Today — before the migraine of the week hit, thankfully! — I did an interview with Alex C. Telander of BookBanter, a site with a wonderful and varied collection of book reviews and interviews with authors. My interview will likely run in the May 15 podcast, and I’ll post a link here when it’s live, but you should definitely go check out Alex’s reviews and podcasts now, as well.
I’m now pretty brain-drained from migraine medication, but I do have links to share:
- This video of a 99-year-old woman with glaucoma reading and typing on her new iPad is pretty heartwarming. I remember reading on another blog about somebody’s elderly mother having similar success with a Kindle. Accessibility is a good thing.
- Kabul nightlife (link via Lisa Brackmann on Twitter, I think?): just as crazy as it sounds.
- Time-lapse photography of the Milky way rising over Texas. If that doesn’t make you want to write science fiction, I don’t know what would.
- A brilliant new story by Maureen McHugh, about — you guessed it — zombies: “The Naturalist.”