A Short Note
This Short Note has assorted links and relies on content from other places.
Salon.com has just completed running the first four chapters of Sean
Stewart's fantastic new novel, PERFECT CIRCLE (linked below). Read, email
them on, say thank you to wonderful Salon, avoid ghost roads:
Buy the book:
-- of Mr. Richard Butner's reading of "Ash City Stomp":
-- of Kalpa Imperial:
A good writer now has a decent website:
"My DY" by Brian Bieber still makes us laugh a little too long, a little too
In Seattle, smart friends took us to see http://www.circuscontraption.com/
If you are Left Coasters, maybe you can go, too. A little trapeze, a little
trombone, a little variety.
What is this thing people are following? http://www.ilovebees.com/
Three signed art prints by Terri Windling are now available for purchase on
the Internet: Green Woman and Child, The Storyteller, and Brother & Sister.
These prints are being offered as a fund-raiser to support the costs of
putting Endicott's quarterly Journal of Mythic Arts on line. To see the
prints and for more information: http://www.endicott-studio.com/friends.html
(Click on the thumbnails of the art to see larger versions.)
Dreamhaven Books, Minneapolis
Thursday, Aug 12, 6:30-8:30 PM
Mark Rich will be reading. This event is part of the Speculations Readings
Series, a co-production of SF Minnesota and S.A.S.E. - The Write Place.
FFI: eheideman@... or call Eric at 612-721-5959.
Only 14 days left to receive! Your friends will jealous! Reap the
Now! Read your copy of LCRW in Air Conditioned Comfort! For $723 we will
send you the latest issue of our zine (packed with fictive goodness) and an
air conditioner. Send checks to the usual address or use the Send Money
function of Paypal. "Cool" factor at this point not quantified by the FDA,
ABA, DNC, or TTA.
14 days Remain!
Lastly, an apology. Earlier this month Gavin J. Grant and two compadres
traveled to seven cities on the Perpetual Motion Roadshow
(http://www.nomediakings.net more on this some other time when we get
everything added to the website).
Mr. Grant apparently promised chocolate to those hardy, witty, sensuous,
good-looking, and smart souls who attended the shows.
Mr. Grant did not provide said chocolate and would like to offer an apology
to those disappointed attendees. Also, if those attendees would like
chocolate, Mr. Grant promises (although we know how much that is worth) to
send some. Email or write with address, disappointment factor, ticket stub,
photographic proof, reason why you have signed up for West Coast rather than
East Coast Perpetual Motion Roadshow, and so on and chocolate may at last be
Small Beer Press: http://www.lcrw.net