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Interesting Writings

1) Wil Wheaton, famous forever as young Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: New Generation — something he sends up well on Big Bang Theory — but also a very good writer in his own right, is doing a guest spot on SF t.v. show  Eureka and blogging about it:


2) SFF writer A. Lee Martinez has some posts on the issue of respect toward SFF and toward satiric SFF that are funny but also make some decent points:



3) Really excellent blog posts from Jay Lake on e-books, which touches on points that came up once and again on John Scalzi’s Whatever blog:




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