Archive for October, 2008
I voted today. (Early voting = happy voters)
New Dark Voices, the Delirium book with three novellas (including Michael Oliveri and Gene O’Neill, as well as my novella, Beneath Midnight, the first Midnight story) was originally released many years ago as a limited edition and is long out of print. But demand has grown. And Delirium is now offering a trade paperback version. […]
I have a fairly large pile of books I haven’t yet read. Most are gathered together on a shelf, hanging out, laughing, ribbing each other, hoping to be the next pulled out.
Some have been there a long time. Veterans, you might say.
Some have been waiting to be read for so long, they never made it […]
My godmother, who happens to be my mother’s cousin, lives in Chelsea, in New York City, in an apartment that’s rather like a square. Through the front door, there’s a bathroom immediately to the left, and a hall that leads to the end. On the right, there’s a kitchen. Beyond that (the end of the […]
You do what you must.
Ages past, on some northeastern island, before I traveled any of the world beyond the shores of New Jersey and Connecticut, a group of friends decided it was movie night. And the movie decided upon was The Prince of Darkness. I don’t remember the year (google it, if you’re curious), but I do remember being […]