“Judge Sn” Review at San Francisco Book Review
Posted on July 5, 2010 Posted by John Scalzi 7 Comments
Oh, hey, this is nice: A review of “Judge Sn Goes Golfing,” by the San Francisco Book Review. Pro reviews of short story chapbooks are fairly rare, so I’m glad the Review made the effort. And it’s a positive review as well:
Judge Sn Goes Golfing is the hilarious chapbook by the Hugo and John W. Campbell award-winning author John Scalzi… Illustrated throughout by The New Yorker cartoon contributor Gahan Wilson, this short story is a side-splitting must read.
Excellent. And I’m happy to say the Subterranean Press still has copies of the chapbook available for your reading and collecting pleasure (it’s also available via Amazon). Each copy comes signed, which makes things awfully convenient if you’re looking for a signed thingie from me.
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Since I’m still not over the Amazon debacle, I’d like to point out it’s also at Barnes & Noble.
I’ll buy one to support the Scalzi legacy. I’d better be mentioned in your will though… and in a good way.
Dang it. I really am tired of buying this stuff from Scalzi, and feel I need some sort of appreciation that I didn’t buy this half size book, but now the URGE IS OVERWHELMING!!
Please get another full size novel written. Soon. My book shelf will be very appreciative. OK, so will I. To be honest, I’m very glad I haven’t found ARC’s of most of the books you write.
Another novel is in fact written and will be out next May.
Judge Sn Goes Golfing was a great read!
Ummmm….. No link to San Francisco Book Review above. Googled it without a problem but an active link would be better. :)
I picked up my copy of JSGG through Bill Schafer at Subterranean Press when he offered up the proceeds of 50 copies to help out Peter Watt’s legal defense fund.
Nothing but Class & Win for everyone there.
Well, keep publishing great stuff like that, and I’ll write you some more good reviews. Thanks for the shout-out to San Francisco Book Review, they are a great publication almost entirely composed of volunteers.
Here is the link, btw: