And before Levi takes it away to start celebrating Katharine Weber's Triangle tomorrow, I thought I'd quickly collect all the links celebrating Nicola Griffith and her wonderful book Always from last week in one handy location for your browsing pleasure (now and in the future).
- The full roundtable extravaganza (featuring Colleen Mondor, Matt Cheney, Dave Schwartz, Meghan McCarron, Kassia Krozser and me): Monday's part 1, Tuesday's part 2, and Wednesday's final installment. Make sure to peek at the comments.
- Nicola's 5X5 Books from Tuesday over at About Last Night, courtesy of CAAF.
- Nicola's guest essay at Booksquare about the difficulties (and joys) of writing a series character who changes and genre expectations.
- On Wednesday, Gavin Grant interviewed Nicola over at the Bookslut blog.
- At Metroblogging Seattle, Melissa Tyler had some lovely things to say about Always.
- Nicola takes the Pivot Questionnaire, best known from The Actor's Theat-ah, over at my own Shaken & Stirred.
- And she guest blogs, with two fabulous, thought-provoking essay-lets, about girl cooties and books by women about women and on how love trumps noir in her work.
- And, last but not ever least, Carolyn Kellogg of Pinky's Paperhaus put together a podcast, featuring Nicola, some music, and yammering by the nominator.
Thanks again to everyone who participated and made the week so much fun and such a smashing success -- that also means you if you commented, or just read along. What else can I say? Read this book.
Oh, and stick around for the next two weeks of discussions of Triangle and Matthew Sharpe's Jamestown.