Links from around the web: 2-9-2016

Carved fairy tale forest in Ukraine, aka goodbye I’ll see you all later.

You can knit your own BB-8! And the pattern is even free!

I thought this was an interesting interview with Lois McMaster Bujold, and it turns out she likes Megan Whalen Turner’s books! (I’m not surprised–the Vorkosigan saga was originally sold to me as Gen in space.)

I wrote a post on Tumblr about ways to reset your day, mostly as a reminder to myself.

Great update on the results of Marley Dias’s #1000blackgirlbooks drive!

Chachic talks about the awesomeness of the Lion Hunters series & adds some information on why we don’t have the last book yet.

Natalie Luhrs looked at the patterns of gender & race in the Locus Recommended Reading list–her post has lots of data and is well worth taking the time to read.

Kelly Jensen wrote a really important post about the issues with using bibliotherapy as untrained library professionals. I agree with her whole-heartedly.

The cover & blurb for this new Star Wars novel about Leia look AMAZING.


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3 responses to “Links from around the web: 2-9-2016

  1. Thanks to linking to my post about the Lion Hunters books!

  2. Pingback: February 2016 round up | By Singing Light

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