David Speakman wrote a new blog post: Diana Wynne Jones discontinues chemotherapy Thumbnail

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Noted British fantasy and science fiction  Diana Wynne Jones has decided to stop treatment to fight the lung cancer she was diagnosed with last summer, according to Ansible 275 .
According to tor.com you can send well-wishes via her publisher:

You can email at the address (e-mails to meredithxyz at googlemail dot com) where well-wishes will reach Diana.

A prolific writer […]

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Noted British fantasy and science fiction Diana Wynne Jones has decided to stop treatment to fight the lung cancer she was diagnosed with last summer, according to Ansible 275.
According to tor.com you can send well-wishes via her publisher:

You can email at the address (e-mails to meredithxyz at googlemail dot com) where well-wishes will reach Diana.

A prolific writer and Hugo winner, among her better-known works are:

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David Speakman wrote a new blog post: Stieg Larsson Unpublished Work Discovered After Death Thumbnail

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Of course his first love was science fiction – and these two stories are, indeed SF. I’m hoping that they do get translated into English. Read the Article at HuffingtonPost Related articles by Zemanta Stieg Larsson’s unseen stories discovered in local library (telegraph.co.uk) Stieg Larsson’s early stories found (cbc.ca) ‘Lost’ Larsson stories unearthed (news.bbc.co.uk) […]

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David Speakman wrote a new blog post: Today in SF – June 10, 2010 Thumbnail Sci-fi icon named UC San Diego grad speaker

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San Diego Union Tribune Maybe this is what comes of being a utopian science fiction writer-people tend to share with me their hopes. It’s a great thing to experience. Wired News ‘Predators’ Comics Boot Up Film’s Sci-Fi Mercenaries Wired News So it’s no surprise that Predators ‘ is also riding on the strength […]

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This article is very poorly researched.

An open-source system called EPUB – which has been around since 2007 – is already supported by Apple (iPad,iPhone,Ipod), Google (Android) and RIM (Blackberry) as well as any gadget running on Windows, Linux, OS X, iPhone or Symbian OS and can run a browser (IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, etc.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EPUB

Only the Kindle does not support the format – yet.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost