Pixel Scroll 8/19/19 Click, Click, Click Went The Pixel, Post, Post, Post Went The Scroll

The Dublin 2019 juggernaut coasted slowly to a stop today. Here is a sampling of people’s farewell tweets. (1) PROGRAMMING. (2) RIBBONS. (3) MEDALS. (4) T-SHIRT. (5) FEEDBACK SESSION. (6) OOK OOK. Something from the HOAX daily newzine: (7) CLOSING … Continue reading

Pixel Scroll 7/13/19 Our House Hasn’t Collapsed Under The Weight Of All The Books Yet

(1) ARISIA BACK IN THE WESTIN. The convention website indicates Arisia 2020 will return to the Westin Boston Waterfront, from January 17-20, 2020. (2) READERCON. Kate Nepveu compiled a great set of panel notes about the Readercon panel “Translation and … Continue reading

Pixel Scroll 7/9/19 With Mullets Towards None

(1) THOUGHTS ON A PROPOSED HUGO CATEGORY. Neil Clarke explains why he opposes “Hugo Proposal for Best Translated Novel”:  …The biggest problem I have with this proposal is the message it sends not only to domestic readers, but foreign authors, … Continue reading