The Weekly Roundup is a collection of links to stuff we found on the Internet that week. They might or might not have been published that week. Mostly it will author interviews and articles about the craft of writing, and whatever else we think is interesting and relevant. It will reflect our preferences and biases, as it will come largely from what we are reading. Feel free to send us suggestions at editor@snackreads.com, and also feel free to notify us if you have published something you think might be a fit.

Sincerely, The Staff


This is TV stuff

-Daniel Abraham, one-half of the writing team under the pseudonym James SA Corey, discusses The Expanse series and the Syfy show based off of these novels

 

Naren Shankar, Executive Producer/Showrunner of The Expanse, talks about getting it wrong, GUEST POST: Losing Science in Drama (and Finding Drama in Science)


Mapping the Fairy-Tale Heroine’s Journey, Theodora Goss

Red as Blood and White as Bone, Theodora Goss, suggest reading this story in conjucntion with  “Mapping the Fairy-Tale Heroin’es Journey”

It’s Time to Give Female Monsters a Voice, Theodora Goss

THE MAD SCIENTIST’S DAUGHTER , Theodora Goss


Hooking a Reader, Jane Lindskold

MIND MELD: What’s The Best Writing Advice You Ever Received?, an oldie but goodie from the much missed sfsignal.com