- The Telegraph asks Why are artists poor? Self promotion and making money in the new digital economy.
- Unreality has posted a gallery of comics that speculates on what happens When Comic Book Villains and Heroes Get Old.
- News: Meth Ring Suspects Used Comic Books To Launder Money.
- Tor.com reflects upon the increasing frequency with which publishers are Resurrecting Television Through Comics.
- DailyFill has compiled a list of 16 Movie Directors Who Have Also Claimed to be Actors.
- The new trailer for the upcoming Wolfman movie makes it look fairly good.
- Stephen King names his 20 Favorite Movie Rentals, including Die Hard and The Blair Witch Project.
- With Halloween II hitting theaters, Rotten Tomatoes runs down some of the better horror film follow-ups in its clip gallery of Respectable Horror Sequels.
- College Humor has posted a gallery of movie posters that speculate on what might happen If the Internet Named Movies.
- Interview: Authors by Design interviews Karen Miller.
- Interview: Dark Fantasy interviews Lev Grossman, author of The Magicians.
- Interview: I Should Be Writing interviews Neil Gaiman.
- Interview: The Nebula Awards interviews Jeffrey Ford, author of The Drowned Life.
- Interview: Pan MacMillian interviews China Miéville, author of The City & the City.
- GalleryCat asks What’s Urban Fantasy? What’s Paranormal Romance? and what’s the difference.
- It’s a bit dated now, but Book Business Magazine published some really eye-opening statistics on the book industry back in June.
- The latest literary bio of L. Frank Baum, The Real Wizard of Oz, offers up some insight into the influences that lead to The Wizard of Oz.
- The latest trend in publishing is Books without Dust Jackets.
- MTV suggests Horror Franchises That Rob Zombie Should Tackle After Halloween.
- The Publisher Files declares Urban Fantasy Undead. That’s right, dead, then returned from the dead.
- In Stranded? Three Books To Save Your Life, NPR takes a look at three of the leading title in the increasingly popular survival genre of non-fiction books that has been flooding the market lately.
- Wikipedia’s List of fictional books are imaginary books that do not actually exist. There are quite a number.
- Unreality has posted An Awesome Collection of Star Trek Bloopers.
- Editor Unleashed offers up this tip to writers: Start with a Promise.
- In Darkness offers up Ten Tips for Writing Horror, beginning with hitting the booze.
- The SFWA suggest some Random name generators and lists for writers.