Most people I know who are fans of some kind or another collected stuff that kept getting more and more popular: Star Trek, Star Wars, comics, certain SF writers. Not so with the stuff I went for: Harlan Ellison’s still a cult writer, the Flashman books never made it big … Continue reading
Around 2010 or so, Anthony West, editor of the Philadelphia Public Record, asked me to suggest revisions to the newspaper’s website. At the time, the paper maintained two websites. One contained an archive of older issues in the “Issuu” format (a way of displaying PDFs as an animated … Continue reading
Took me long enough, but the Romeo and Juliet project is completed. I’ll be spending the next few weeks getting them out the door for the Kickstarter supporters. I’m not sure if or how I’ll be getting copies to people who weren’t part of the Kickstarter project, but I have lots … Continue reading
My friend Chris Lombardi is closing in on the finale of her long-in-the-works book, I Ain’t Marchin’ Anymore: Soldiers Who Dissent, from the Boston Massacre to Bradley Manning. I’m privileged to have a part in this project.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been prepping a video for the Kickstarter … Continue reading
The Philcon 2009 Program Book and Pocket Program were high points for me. I really enjoyed doing them, and I like to think that I set a high point for such things. But I have to say up front that, to explain my enthusiasm, I have so say some unflattering … Continue reading