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Sue Burke
“Semiosis” is released today 
6th-Feb-2018 09:59 am
In celebration of that, there have been some interviews and posts around the internet.

At the Tor/Forge blog, I answer the question of whether your neglected houseplants want revenge. Short answer: no. Consider the fate of the osage orange…

At Mary Robinette Kowal’s website, I share “My Favorite Bit” about Semiosis.

At the Chicago Review of Books, I talk about where science fiction writers get their ideas, and how Semiosis started with my houseplants.

SFRevu has a review of Semiosis and an interview with me.

At Shelf Awareness, there’s a review of the book and an interview.

At the Cartesian Theatre, Andrew Leon Hudson asks me some questions, not all of them somber and serious.

The Qwillery has an interview asking writing-related questions.

A review in Spanish is at the Dreams of Elvex blog.

For the latest Semiosis news, visit https://semiosispax.com/.

— Sue Burke
6th-Feb-2018 07:16 pm (UTC)
Yay, congratulations! Looking forward to reading these when I get the chance; a lot in the queue just now. "Consider the fate of the osage orange..." is a really good hook; I might have to read that one out of turn just to answer the burning question, "Do what?"

Edited at 2018-02-06 07:16 pm (UTC)
6th-Feb-2018 07:26 pm (UTC)
The osage orange made bad life choices.

I know what you mean about the queue.
6th-Feb-2018 09:41 pm (UTC)
Haha, the "bad life choices" shot your essay straight to the top of the queue! Fascinating; there are Osage oranges all over Ohio where I used to live; I never considered that something had to eat their fruits (once) or they wouldn't have evolved them. Alas for the mega-fauna; they weren't such a great design themselves.
6th-Feb-2018 09:33 pm (UTC)
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