Editorial Matters - July 2011
by Gayle Surrette
Review by Gayle Surrette
SFRevu.com *Editorial ISBN/ITEM#: EM072011
Date: 10 June 2011
Links: Gayle's Blog / Astronomy Picture of the Day /
Welcome to our July issue of SFRevu. The end of the previous month is always a bit stressful as the new issue's schedule looms on the horizon. Most of the time, I'm amazed that we manage to get as much done as we do. A few reviews will be arriving tomorrow, so check back later. Remember news items get added throughout the month.
Our staff is extremely small so if you have a genre convention or conference upcoming and it's not on our Convention Calendar, send us email (editor at sfrevu dot com -- you know the substitution) and give us the details and your website URL. If you have a news item that would be of interest to those in the field, again send us email and we'll get it in our news column. Some things we see and put up, but don't expect us to find all that's going on without your help.
This month, John Berlyne fills us in on what's coming out in the UK Books column. I'm sure you'll find items to add to your to-be-read list. There's also the US Books Column to wet your appetite for reading material.
Sam Tomaino has done his usual great coverage of short fiction in printed magazines and online. Check out his Zines & Short Fiction column which also includes links to information about the magazines he reviews.
Drew Bittner has turned in two interviews this month. The first is an interview with Michael Stackpole. Then he managed to get a group interview with Melinda Snodgrass, Stephen Leigh, Victor Milan, John Jos. Miller, Cherie Priest, Mary Anne Mohanraj, and Kevin Andrew Murphy -- writers of Fort Freak, the newest entry in the Wild Cards universe.
So, enjoy our July issue. Check back for additions to our convention calendar and news column. And let us know how we're doing in meeting your needs to learn about new books, authors, and other genre related topics.
Now for our regular announcements:
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