As a break from thinking about the film Yesterday, I threw in a plugin to help me manage the link order in my blogroll. I deleted a couple of links I no longer visit — some just because, some because the things I’ve seen at the far side of the link has infuriated me — and I have moved a bunch of links from one category to another.
Plenty of links could have gone into a few different categories. If I know you personally but stuck you under “Writers” it’s because I am thinking you might benefit from this exposure. If I put you in “Clarion West Folk,” you’re still a writer, but you’re in my gang. Unless you’re a famous author or editor, then I didn’t put you there. Anyway, there’s a logic to it, but believe me — your link could have gone to a few different places.
Also, note the “scare quotes” around the category “Korea blogs” — this is a catch-all for blogs written by people in (or seemingly in) Korea, but not always about Korea.
- Animal Rescue Korea — a place where pets and animal lovers can find one another… oddly all in English
- Buhay Sa Korea — blog by a Filipina married to a Korean
- io9 — an SF group blog
- Korea Gig Guide — who’s playing when and where; mostly Korean rock music, but hey…
- The Mecha Fetus Visual Blog — brain-smashingly weird animation
- Transcriptase — a spontaneous response by SF authors to some sad dumbassery. (Visit the site to learn more, and check out the free fiction.)
- Tor Podcast — part of Tor’s new SF super-site
- Darcy Pacquet’s koreanfilm.org — the place to go for info (in English) on Korean films
- NeoAsie (Korean film previews) — preview upcoming films in Korea
- Indieful ROK – excellent coverage of indierock in Korea
- JoySF (Korean SF fanclub) (in Korean — Korea’s biggest SF fanclub)
- 오멜라스 (Omelas Publishing Co.) (in Korean — the New Great Hope of SF publishing in Korea)
- Hong Insu’s blog (in Korean — a Korean SF fan and translator mentioned here)
- Bae Yoon Ho’s blog (in Korean — a Korean SF fan also mentioned here)
…plus tons of author links and a few new links for publishers, and a few I’m sure I’ve missed. I’ll be adding more, but my fit of blogger’s myopia has passed, and I’m now ready to get back to work!