A Dribble of Ink by Aidan Moher is an excellent look at the field of SF&F, not only by Aidan himself, but from several other big names in the field. It’s an exceptional example of how one can look at science fiction from an online fandom point of view [...] there is some damn fine writing.
- Christopher J. Garcia, co-editor of the Hugo Award winning fanzine, The Drink Tank
Aidan Moher from A Dribble of Ink, [is] one of our favorite Fantasy bloggers.
- Ann Grilo and Thea James, co-editors of The Book Smugglers
[B]y some standards, [he's] a god.
- Melissa McPhail, author of The Dagger of Adendigaeth
[I'm] a big fan of Aidan’s work.
- Mike Glyer, Hugo Award Winning editor of File 770
Everything about A Dribble of Ink is great, from the design to the incredible list of guest posters to Aidan’s own reviews, which have an unquantifiable, epic quality to them.
Aidan’s writing is thoughtful, measured, and casual, and it’s nice to get news from the world of speculative fiction with a personality.
- Clare McBride, The Literary Omnivore
[O]ne of my favorite fantasy-oriented blogs.
- Saladin Ahmed, author of Throne of the Crescent Moon.
A Dribble of Ink, and the editor of that site, Aidan Moher, sets trends, attracts attention and provokes insightful discussions. Aidan is a true genre powerhouse.
- Sarah Chorn, editor of Bookworm Blues
“I continue to be impressed and enthused by the content and enrichment that A Dribble of Ink brings to the community.”
[T]he man has a great eye for finding all this beautiful artwork!
I think the weight of your question crushed my spine.
– Jeff Vandermeer, in an interview with A Dribble of Ink
– Tom Pollock, author of The City’s Son
Aidan Moher [...] is one of my favorite bloggers for several reasons. Chief among them being that he tends to have his finger on the throbbing, sweaty jugular of the fantasy industry, with more interviews, reviews, articles, [and] opinions [...] to his name than nearly any other blogger I ever heard of.
- Sam Sykes, author of The Aeons’ Gate trilogy
[O]ne of the best know names in the blogosphere.
Who is Aidan Moher and why do I care what he thinks of the books cover art?
[A] terrific blog.
- D.B. Jackson/David B. Coe, author of Thieftaker
Aidan’s A Dribble of Ink is one of the best blogs out there (and not just taking into account book-related blogs).
[H]is are among the very best within or even without the blogosphere.
- Niall Alexander, editor of The Speculative Scotsman, on A Dribble of Ink’s interviews and reviews
- R.A. Salvatore, on ‘On Genre Diversity (or, Why Mark Charan Newton Was Right)’