I answered some FAQs, which you may want to go and check out, including a particularly incoherent answer to a question about writing which contains a small chunk of an imaginary phrase book for tourists.
One thing the arrival of American Gods on the mass-market bestseller lists has shown me is how many newspapers no longer list mass-market paperback bestsellers, listing only the larger-sized, more expensive trade paperbacks. I like trade paperbacks, and I love hardbacks (only because I'm old enough that too many of my paperbacks cannot be read without the pages falling apart; hardbacks last longer), but I'm starting to feel nostalgic for mass-market paperbacks -- it seems like we're entering a world in the US where there's less and less intelligent stuff to read in mass-market form, and that has to be a bad thing. Good books should be cheap and accessible.
I fixed the archives so that May is now in there.