Humpday Links for October 12

Even though this is a short work week for most of us, that is no excuse to skimp on the links!  I have spared no effort or expense in bringing you the finest cuts of URL to be found on the internets.  Dig in, and let me links whisk you through your humpday…

– There are still tickets left for this month’s Edmonton Girl Geek Dinner!  This month’s guest speaker is Victoria Arbour, and she will be talking dinosaurs!  Dinner with geek girls and dinosaurs; what’s not to love?

– Apparently sci-fi authors have a job to do, and they need to start doing it.

Extra Life is your opportunity to raise money for charity by doing something you love: playing video games. You can do that for 24 hours, right?

– The voting deadline for the Aurora Awards is this Saturday and you should get your vote in.  If you vote for me, groovy.  But voting is the important part, if you want to show your support for Canadian SF and fandom.

– And if you want some behind-the-scenes looks at the Aurora Awards, check out their eFanzine.

– While we are still on sci-fi, if you have a Holiday themed SF story inside you, Carina Press wants to see it.

– If, like me, you weren’t at PAX 2011, you may have missed out on a truly momentous D&D event.  Here is your chance to watch the heroic antics of Acquisitions Incorporated.

– I found this site for the Creative Play Project, based out of Tucson AZ, and I think this is pretty great.  It has actually made me consider setting up something similar here…

– The next Media Camp Edmonton is coming in 2012, and they would like your input!

– If you are a newbie writer, LitReactor is a site worth checking out.

– Think you know everything about Star Trek: The Next GenerationHere are some things you might not know…

– Adam Levermore is starting a new poster series that looks awesome, and you robot-lovers should get in on it!

That is all for this week!  If you have links to share or wish to laud/lambaste me for mine, the comments are below.

 

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