Welcome to the Week in Links, a roundup of the latest articles for fantasy, sci-fi and horror readers and writers.

I’ll be moving The Week in Links to Saturday. Because of work, it’s been difficult for me to publish it every Friday.

So, Spider-Man is officially out of the MCU. It was nice while it lasted.

On Wednesday, Nintendo Direct announcements dominated my feed. I had to curb the links I include here of it would own The Week in Links as well.

Lots of chatter about IT Chapter 2. Some mixed reviews but overall, it seems people are happy with it. I planned on seeing it this weekend and blogging my own review. Then, I remembered I spent more money this week than usual and I still have groceries and laundry….adulting can suck.


This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: A Warning from Deep Space, a Holy Assassin, and Ancient Myths Reimagined
The Mary Sue Book Club September Edition: Lesbian Necromancers In Space, Black Gamer Girls, & Warrior Heroes
School Bans Harry Potter Books Because They Contain “Actual Curses and Spells”
Ursula Le Guin’s Earthsea Cycle being adapted for TV
The GRETEL & HANSEL Trailer Is Delightfully Grim
Tomb Raider Movie Sequel Gets A Release Date And Director
New Lord Of The Rings Show Casts One Of Its Leads
Behold the Map From Warrior of the Altaii, Robert Jordan’s Never-Before-Seen First Novel
Tamsyn Muir’s Gideon the Ninth Is Your One-Stop-Shop for Space Necromancy, Sarcasm, and Bones



The Joker Gets an Eight-Minute Standing Ovation at its World Premiere

Every Switch Game And DLC Surprise-Released During The Nintendo Direct

Cult Classic PS1 ‘Anti-RPG’ Moon Is Coming to the Nintendo Switch in English

Want to see your post in the next The Week in Links? Email me at audendjohnson@gmal.com. The post needs to be published between today, 9/7 and next Saturday, 9/14.


William Kendall · September 7, 2019 at 9:51 pm

Thanks for sharing!

Lydia · September 8, 2019 at 12:26 am

I'm glad you were able to find a day to publish this series that works better for your schedule. You always find such interesting links. 🙂

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