Tag Archives: Neil Gaiman

Sunday Links, October 27, 2013

The winner of the Man Booker Prize has been announced: The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton, who was only 25 years old when she wrote the book. I’ve been a mystery reader for a long time, so I’m a bit dismayed to find that I haven’t read any of Thomas H. Cook’s ten best mystery novels. […]


Sunday Links, September 1, 2013

The Association for the Recognition of Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Translation announced the winners of the 2013 Translation Awards. Kirkus has named nine of the most overlooked books of the year so far. As I haven’t even heard of a single one of them, and I follow what’s being published fairly closely, I […]


Sunday Links, June 23, 2013

The nominees for the British Fantasy Awards have been announced. I find I’m curious about Lou Morgan’s Blood and Feathers, though I also must note that I really enjoyed Graham Joyce’s Some Kind of Fairy Tale — which has been double-nominated, for best fantasy and for best horror, which seems like quite a feat to […]


Sunday Links, April 21, 2013

The longlist for the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award for 2013 has been announced. I could happily spend the rest of the year just reading books on that list. The shortlist for the Commonwealth Book Prize for 2013 has been announced. This prize is awarded for works written in five geographic regions: Africa, Asia, […]