Books with an X: Paul LarsenU.
I have known Sam ever since we got in touch around he visited me in Providence at that time, just before I headed off to do further graduate work at Princetonand he has evolved into a fine fiction writer, some of whose tales I have used in my Black Wings anthologies. Aside from this story collection, he has also published a superb Lovecraftian novel, The House of Nodenswhich has just come out in an attractive paperback edition from Dark Regions Press https: A great time to pick up the book at a bargain price!
More of my books appear to be in the offing. I have signed signature sheets for two volumes for Centipede Press—my edition of Robert W.
Chambers in the Masters of the Weird Tale series and a smallish volume of D. My inexorable push toward published books is in full swing! September 15, — A New Mencken Book Let me see if I can write a completely non-controversial blog—unless, forsooth, the very act of setting down the following tokens of my ascending fame causes the growing legions of Joshi-haters out there to gnash their teeth in enraged frustration!
My compilation of H. It has already garnered a favourable notice in naturally enough the Baltimore Sun http: Another tempting item that has come in is a vinyl recording of Robert W.
This has been issued by Cadabra Records https: I wrote the liner notes about Chambers for this item. Speaking of audio, I am thrilled to see that the H. The physical appearance of the item is itself delightful, and I am confident that the readings of the tales by Andrew Leman and Sean Branney are powerful and effective.
I see that a musical score has also been added. Since I do not have a Blu-ray player, I cannot see or hear my brilliant commentary; but I have been informed that my little spiel has garnered some good press here and there—here is an example: I received a slipcased edition of the three-volume set recently.
Eckhardt, as Some Notes on a Nonentity: The Life of H. I will be writing a review of the book for Robert M. This distinctive item belongs in the library of all devoted Lovecraftians! He will issue it as a separate hardcover volume in the fall of That will follow the issuance of my memoirs, What Is Anything?
It will be a humdinger of a volume, let me assure you! In the first place, places like Facebook, Twitter, and so on are such a colossal exercise in time-wasting that my productivity would be vastly reduced if I were to participate in them.
I make the perhaps unwarranted assumption that the people making these posts are actually capable of thinking. This is why I was so easily able to catch St. This same problem apparently afflicted the eminent S. Bagley, who recently posted that my failure to obtain a Ph.
Guilty as charged, my friend! Bagley, I have never claimed to be an academic, real or otherwise. The definition of an academic is simply this: There are many academics who do not publish academic scholarship, and many individuals who are not academics do publish it.
Perhaps this fine distinction escapes Mr. There now emerges a new Joshi-hater, one Paul Tremblay. In response to my recent posts, he thought long and hard and came forth with the pungent remark: The incisive perspicacity of this comment has of course utterly destroyed my arguments and will make me slink away in shame and humiliation.
The moral of this story is: By using any of these tactics you are all but shouting to the world that you have already lost the argument. If you have nothing substantive to say about an issue, just shut up.
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