Born and raised in Texas. In Boulder, Colorado now. Forty-five. Blackfeet. Into werewolves and slashers and zombies. Would wear pirate shirts a lot if I could find them. And probably carry some kind of sword. More over at http://demontheory.net or @SGJ72
Meanwhile, back at the ranch . . . I plan on never getting tired of using that transition. Anyway, before getting to all the many and perfect and wonderful pics and words about the yellow book, here’s all-what came before: click to get the dropdown one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty twenty-one twenty-two twenty-three twenty-four This bounced to me through one of my brothers, who has a friend, who—
Wow. Haven’t done this for a couple weeks now, I guess, meaning? I have WAY too many of these for a mere & measly (does that word come from “measley,” as in, ‘one who has the measles?’) single post. So I’ve tried to eyeball what might be the middle-ish, and snipped it off, pushed it forward to what’s going to be part 25, if numbers and sequence and progression don’t fall apart between now and then. Which is completely possible. Could be some, um, person is signing an executive order regar
Man, been nine months since Mongrels went live, and it’s still getting words. Like these, over at LARB: “One of Them Now: Stephen Graham Jones’s Mongrels“ And, those nine months ago, of course, LA Times was already on the yellow book: “The Wild Boy Wants his Fangs“ Honored. Thanks, Kristina Baudemann (LARB) and Steph Cha (LAT). And, any post with Mongrels in it is a good-enough excuse to post a werewolf gif:
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Top row: Nnedi Okorafor, Kij Johnson, Steven J. Mariconda and Peter Straub Bottom row: some dude, Ellen Datlow, Richard Stanley and John Jude Palencar Artist: Michael Bukowski
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This may turn out to be the absolute coolest thing I see all year. Not just these four in a single conversation, these four all talking WHEN they’re talking.
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Just noticing that the old pano of my office at Cutbank, it’s out of date—I’ve gone standing-desk. But there’s some Q&A there, still, that’s not here. Anyway, to update, with TWO panoramics, as I can’t seem to spin slow/fast enough to do it with just one: Yeah, I think I suck at keeping the phone at the same level/height. So it goes. But that’s me standing over in the middle. Here’s what I usually see, rice bars and basketballs and Chris Ware and all: And here’s what everybody in t