Note, this is by no means comprehensive; it's just the various recs I got via panels and random conversations around the Con that I found intriguing enough to write down. But I hope that people besides me will find the list interesting.
- The Small Change series by Jo Walton
- Coherence, a film from 2013 written and directed by James Ward Byrkit. Per IMDb: "Strange things begin to happen when a group of friends gather for a dinner party on an evening when a comet is passing overhead."
- Harry Harrison, West of Eden -- What if the dinosaurs had survived? Rec'd based on my recommendation of Kate Elliott's Spiritwalker trilogy, specifically regarding the trolls and troll society.
- Visit to a Weird Planet - Star Trek fic, an early entry in the RPF genre.
- Tom Sawyer as a triskter figure -- no specific rec, just an interesting idea to contemplate.
- The French Lieutenant's Woman by John Fowles -- interesting exercise in meta fic.
- Was by Geoff Ryman -- Wizard of Oz metastory.
- Peter Straub, In the Night Room
- Landscape Painted With Tea by Milorad Pavic - "part modern Odyssey and part crossword puzzle."
- The Unwritten - comic series from Vertigo
- MWC2015 - I have no idea what I meant by this. I highly doubt it refers to the Mobile World Conference or Married With Children. Is there a periodical with these initials? A blog? A con? Does anyone know?
- Octavia Butler - Lilith's Brood, Fledgling
- Jewelle Gomez
- Elfquest - which I never did read, and the back catalog is available free online.
- Bridge of Dreams by Chaz Brinchly
- Elizabeth Bear, Eternal Sky series
- Steph Swainston, The Fourlands series
- Martha Wells, City of Bones
- The State of the Art - Iain Banks (the link goes to a collection, but the rec is for the novella of the same title, which the collection includes)
- Blindsight by Peter Watts
- Maria Doria Russell, The Sparrow (this actually got recommended several times)
- Charlie Jane Anders, Love Might Be Too Strong a Word (short story, free online at Lightspeed)
- M.C.A. Hogarth - The Aphorisms of Kherishdar, specifically the calligraphers story (exact title of story not given).
- Doctor Alien by Raj Narvaja -- I can't figure out what this is, either; any guesses?
- Martha Wells, Emilie series
- Joanna Bourne - romance author who blogs about writing
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