CLICK HERE for quick access to the materials for the 2016-17 Speculative Fiction Genre Study.
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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

The Corner Shelf Features ARRT!

The newest issue of The Corner Shelf, a free newsletter from Booklist Online and edited by friend of RA for All Rebecca Vnuk, is up.  Click here for past issues and here to see where I have written about this foreword thinking newsletter in the past.

This time around, Rebecca has featured the work the ARRT Steering Committee did on our annual bibliography this past year (which is distributed free to all members). Click here for the article.

On the full list, we provided dozens of titles that we considered “sure bets” but did them in a Tweet inspired format, recommending the books in 40 words or less.  Rebecca has included a few of these annotations [with our permission] in her article.  Feel free to use them when you are in a rush and stuck for a “good read” to suggest to someone, quickly.

Thinking about joining ARRT?  Besides the Crime Fiction genre study led by me, our annual bibliography this year will be YA focused.

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