Interviews with Holly Black and Kelly Link; SF/F among The Atlantic’s Great American Novels; Reviews and an Essay by Lisa Tuttle, Charlie Jane Anders, and Michael Dirda – Locus Online

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» Slate, Shasha Leonard, 18 Mar 2024: Two Decades in, the Queen of Faerie Fantasy Is Doing Just Fine, subtitled “Author Holly Black reflects on the rise of ‘romantasy’ novels, explicit sex scenes, and BookTok.”

» The New Yorker, Katy Waldman, 17 Mar 2024: Kelly Link Is Committed to the Fantastic, subtitled “The MacArthur-winning author on the worthwhile frivolity of the fantasy genre, how magic is and is not like a credit card, and why she hates to write but does it anyway.”

» The Atlantic, 14 Mar 2024: The Great American Novels from the last hundred years include titles by Bradbury, Jackson, Dick, Vonnegut, Le Guin, King, Butler, Crowley, Danielewski, Chabon, Jemisin, and Serpell.

» The Guardian, Lisa Tuttle, 8 Mar 2024: The best recent science fiction and fantasy – reviews roundup covers titles by Natasha Pulley, Sierra Greer, Katherine Arden, Hao Jingfang, and Adrian Tchaikovsky.

» Washington Post, Charlie Jane Anders, 18 Mar 2024: In these science fiction novels, love really is a battlefield, reviews of Natasha Pulley, Sierra Greer, and James Goodhand.

» Washington Post, Michael Dirda, 15 Mar 2024: The two best American fantasy writers you’ve probably never heard of, subtitled “A new look at the works of Manly Wade Wellman and Avram Davidson”

» Scott Edelman dines with Glenn Hauman.

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