Dateline: Anastasia Klimchynskaya
My mind rebels at stagnation. Like that of Sherlock Holmes, it is always racing like an engine - with the result of severe and prolonged cases of word-vomiting, which generally result in the things you will read. When not writing and overthinking things, I tend to be busy obsessing over them.
Rothfuss is one of those new voices in fantasy literature that actually lives up to the hype; The Name of the Wind is his first book.
The second of several long days at Chicon 7, the 70th World Science Fiction Convention.
The world's most prestigious science fiction and fantasy award announces its winners at Worldcon.
An exhausted fan recounts a convention's first day.
A Blogcritics writer plunges into five days of geekery and writes about it.
The game is afoot for Oscar Wilde and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, on a case infused with secrets and secret passageways, ambitions and manipulations.
Martin Firrell releases a first look at his science fiction-based project and chats with Blogcritics about what to expect.
A chat with Baker Street Babe, Sherlockian, and author Amy Thomas.
A story of Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler, The Detective and the Woman winds believably through a beautiful setting interspersed with historical figures.
Gorgeously illustrated, London Unfurled is a work of art that both depicts and replicates the banks of London's Thames River.