Linkblogging for 07/06/11

I’ll probably be doing a proper post tonight about Faction Paradox: A Romance In Twelve Parts, and I’ll definitely be going through the comments that have piled up over the last few days, but while I’m finishing reading the FP book, some links.

Corn Mo, one of my favourite outsider musician songwriters (and one whose music I unfortunately lost in a hard drive accident recently. Must rebuy it at some point soon) has released a new song as a free download. Called Emily Fusselmans Rabbit, it’s inspired by Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said by Philip K Dick, and is far more baroque pop than Corn Mo’s usual stuff, sounding like a depressed, low-budget American Barry Booth (this is a good thing to be).

Debi on why rebooting Batgirl is a bad idea


James Ward thinks Grandpa Joe from Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory is a psychopath


Big Finish’s one day sales continue
. Today’s Doctor Who stories that can be bought for a fiver include The Holy Terror (one of the best BF audios), The Shadow Of The Scourge (one of the worst) and Storm Warning (average, but introduces BF’s longest-lasting companion).

I’m currently three and a half stories in to FP:ARITP. Will be reviewing it in a few hours, but so far it’s great.

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