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Archive for January, 2007

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  1. My 30 Seconds of Fame on NPR  • 
    This morning, NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday broadcast a piece by Rick Kleffel of The Agony Column on economics in genre fiction. In addition to snippets with authors T.C. Boyle, Jeff VanderMeer, Charles Stross, and Amir Aczel, the piece also features about 30 seconds of Yours Truly talking about how Infoquake is “the dot-com ’90s turned […]
  2. The Jewish Marxist Werewolves in Bolivia Infoquake Giveaway  • 
    In one of my recent posts, I made a few throwaway comments about a fictitious novel concerning Jewish Marxist werewolves in Bolivia. Since I couldn’t think of anything better to post on the blog today, I’ve decided to come up with a little Infoquake giveaway contest. Your mission, should you choose to accept it (and […]
  3. “Infoquake” Barnes & Noble’s Top SF Novel of 2006  • 
    Paul Goat Allen of Barnes & Noble Explorations has just announced that "Infoquake" is Barnes & Noble's Top Science Fiction/Fantasy Novel for 2006.
  4. A Self-Serving Award Nomination Suggestion  • 
    Since John Scalzi has already gotten the ball rolling by pointedly mentioning that his novels The Ghost Brigades and The Android’s Dream are eligible for the Hugo Award this year, I’m going to follow suit by pointedly mentioning that I, David Louis Edelman, am eligible for the John W. Campbell Best New Writer Award. So […]

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