I've posted the seventh and last excerpt from my conversation with James Patrick Kelly at Renovation. This one is titled A Quiet Place to Work While God Finishes Eating Our Brains. In it, we discuss what we expect to accomplish in what remains of our careers.
Oh, and speaking of Dragonstairs . . .
I am not going to be overblogging Marianne's Dragonstairs Press because that would make her enterprise look like a subset of my own. However I thought I should mention that A Midwinter's Tale is sold out, and that she only has four complete sets of the Darger & Surplus chapbooks left. This is one of the advantages of being a nano-press -- you don't have to devote a lot of space to storing the inventory.
I just wanted to let those who moved fast to buy the items they wanted know that their alacrity was not wasted.
Thanks to Marianne to shipping those chapbooks with all due haste. Very nice additions to the shelves, sitting cheek-by-jowl to suspicious books about Puck Aleshire and soem Faustian stuff.
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