Linda Nagata: the blog at Hahví.net

Links & Last Calls

August 25th, 2015

Women in Science Fiction StorybundleI’m just back from the mainland and much is going on. Here are two time sensitive happenings. (Act now! Deadlines are imminent!) is hosting a sweepstakes. They’re giving away five copies of The Red. Comment on the post to enter. Sweepstakes ends 12:00 PM ET on August 26th. Open to legal residents of 50 United States and D.C., and Canada (excluding Quebec).

The Women in Science Fiction Storybundle ends on August 27. This is a chance to buy a lot of ebooks for not much money, including my novel Memory. Follow the link for details.

The Red - Saga EditionAnd here are some links to posts of mine around the web:

At the Women In Science Fiction blog, run by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, I talk about my novel Memory. This is in relation to the Storybundle.

At John Scalzi’s blog Whatever I have a Big Idea post in which I talk about both The Red and its sequel The Trials.

At, I have a post titled Wired Soldiers: The Technology Behind The Red.

At Charles Stross’s blog, Judith Tarr, Nicola Griffith, and I have each posted on women in science fiction, looking at things from different perspective. Here are links to all three posts.
Where Have All the Women Gone? by Judith Tarr
Data, books, and bias by Nicola Griffith
Chilling Effects by Linda Nagata

And finally, one more review of The Red, this one at LitStack Review.

Posted on: Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 at 4:58 pm
Categories: Guest Posts, Promotion.
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