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September 27, 2006

Wednesday Author Interview: Jo Walton

Having finished The Last Colony and sufficiently depressurized therein, I'm back on the stick with my Wednesday Author Interviews over at By The Way. This week I've got Jo Walton talking about her superultramegafabulous new novel Farthing, which you need to read, like, right now, and also other topics of interest as well. Here's the link to the interview. Go!

Posted by john at September 27, 2006 02:49 PM

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Q | September 27, 2006 03:10 PM

Ahh... a Novel only a single "H"-ectomy away from rivalling the first chapter of The Android's Dream... or so I'm led to believe.

David Goldfarb | September 28, 2006 03:36 AM

Er, you might want to re-edit the first paragraph of the interview....it's got some problems.

I was one of the people from California at the Farthing Party and can testify that it was indeed a lot of fun. You should go to the next one. (Assuming there is one. Of course, it's already got a snappy name: "Ha'Party".)

Sharon | February 19, 2007 01:46 PM

[deleted because the poster cleverly tried to disguise a spam as a comment about the book, not knowing that I would recognize the review of the book as having been written by a commenter here on this site. Nice try, spammer! Don't do it again]

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