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From archives[edit]

Here are some sources that I dug up. It's amazing how much stuff from just a year or two ago has been taken down or is behind a paywall: Interview with Locus Magazine about io9 and Writers With Drinks http://www.locusmag.com/Perspectives/2010/08/spotlight-on-charlie-jane-anders-author-editor-blogger-emcee/ Interview about Writers With Drinks: http://articles.sfgate.com/2010-02-11/entertainment/17872914_1_literary-history-magazine-moves Personal essay about grandma dying http://www.freshyarn.com/32/essays/anders_theweek1.htm A somewhat mixed review of Choir Boy http://www2.citypaper.com/arts/review.asp?rid=9118

Times website of week fact unverifiable[edit]

I failed in trying to resolve the following dead link. I can simply find no support for this web citation's existence, as it appeared, or for the historical fact it was attached to (published Times plaudit). The link is a deadlink, and no independent verification could be found for the statement—at this indicated set of web pages (i.e., at the softskull site), or the whole of the Times site, each searched many ways—at these sources or anywhere else.

The closest that could be found was an Anders article at the softskull site, with a self-prepared bio which likewise stated the Times plaudit:

So, the original citation was moved here and sentence tagged [citation needed], The plaudit is left in, for time being, unsourced, but it need of a source, or it needs be removed as unverifiable. Leprof 7272 (talk) 19:57, 19 February 2015 (UTC)