Strange Horizons — which has been bringing you short fiction, poetry, articles, columns, art and reviews, every week, for free, since September 2000 — is having its annual fund drive! Strange Horizons is run entirely by unpaid volunteers (one of whom is me), so all your donations go into paying contributors and the upkeep of the site. And hey, if you donate, you could win a prize.
The reviews department (which has a feed you can watch; lj version here) has kicked off the month with a set of reviews of John Crowley’s Ægypt sequence. Abigail Nussbaum reviews book one, The Solitudes; Graham Sleight reviews book two, Love & Sleep; Paul Kincaid reviews book three, Dæmonomania; and John Clute reviews book four, Endless Things. (One of the fund drive prizes, as it happens, is a copy of Endless Things.)