Stephen Sondheim, Ronald Reagan and Jodie Foster, oh my!
Tue, 10 Feb 2015 05:45:29 GMT
I received a fairly excited call yesterday from my son, William (or "Will" as he's beginning to be known in college) that he was cast in Sondheim's Assassins, playing John Hinkley. He gets to sing a love duet with Squeaky Fromme. It looks like we'll be making an extra trip out to New York (Hofstra University) to catch the play; luckily, it's on the one weekend in April I don't have a convention or some other event.
Excuse me, I have to go listen to the original cast recordning now; I've never listened ot the music before.....
Mon, 02 Feb 2015 22:23:26 GMT
Borderlands Books is a wonderful store in San Francisco specializing in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror, some of the things I myself specialize in. Owner Alan Beatts and manager Jude Feldman have built an amazing structure for the SF community in the Bay Area by running a very tidy store, hosting many events, producing a very useful (and funny) e-newsletter and providing a great place for fans to meet each other and feel a part of something. They even opened a cafe next door a few years ago which serves yummy food.
Sadly, the bookstore is closing before the end of March. I feel as if a dagger is thrust into my heart everytime we lose a fine bookstore like Borderlands. Personally I live ... Read More »
So I might still have a chance to be "Coldhands"....
Sat, 17 Jan 2015 00:05:39 GMT
George R.R. Martin has shot down a favorite fan theory about the character "Coldhands" in his Song of Fire and Ice series.
So I still have a chance at being this mysterious character who is possibly a man from the Wall. George used my name as a character on the Wall on page 466 of the first book ("...but when Hake and Dywen tried to tie one(a dead body) onto a horse, the animal went mad, screaming and rearing, lashing out with its hooves, even biting at Ketter when he ran to help." Next, I email George with my suggestion.....
Earlier news posts are available on the DreamHaven Live Journal.
DreamHaven Books is proud to announce the first US publication of the novelization of the 1954 classic film, Creature From the Black Lagoon. Written by Vargo Statten (John Russell Fearn) in 1954, this book was published only in the UK and has become fantastically scarce, with original copies selling for as much as $6000. We are now offering an enhanced version of the original novel at a very affordable price.
The book will contain the original novel but we have added some new items:
- Stills from the film.
- A new introduction by David Schow.
- A new cover by Bob Eggleton.
Trade Paperback $20.00
Hardcover (Limited to 750 copies) $50.00
Limited Edition Hardcover (Limited to only 250 copies) - SIGNED by Ricou Browning (the original Creature actor) and Julie (Julia) Adams, star of the film. $125.00
Authors & Artists ...
... who have appeared at DreamHaven include: Douglas Adams, Yoshitaka Amano, Barth Anderson, Poul Anderson, Eleanor Arnason, Clive Barker, Donna Barr, Greg Bear, John Berkey, Bruce Bethke, Steve Bissette, Robert Bloch, David Brin, Poppy Z. Brite, Terry Brooks, Steven Brust, Lois McMaster Bujold, Emma Bull, Jack Cady, Orson Scott Card, Jonathan Carroll, Raphael Carter, Chris Claremont, Nancy Collins, Walter Crane, John Crowley, Kara Dalkey, Pamela Dean, Charles de Lint, Samuel Delany, Alan DeNiro, Gordon R. Dickson, Harlan Ellison, Ru Emerson, Raymond E. Feist, John Farris, Phil Foglio, John M. Ford, Alan Dean Foster, Brian Froud, Neil Gaiman, Terry Garey, William Gibson, Roberta Gregory, Tate Hallaway, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Walter Hunt, Shelley Jackson, Phil Jennings, Peg Kerr, E.E. Knight, Ellen Kushner, Joe R. Lansdale, Kelly Link, Brian Lumley, Laurie J. Marks, George R.R. Martin, Robert McCammon, Scott McCloud, Kelly McCullough, Jack McDevitt, Dave McKean, Dennis McKiernan, China Miéville, Elizabeth Moon, Christopher Moore, Lyda Morehouse, Jody Lynn Nye, John Picacio, Nick Pollota, Tim Powers, Terry Pratchett, Alastair Reynolds, John Ringo, Spider Robinson, Joel Rosenberg, Patrick Rothfuss, P. Craig Russell, Robert Sheckley, Will Shetterly, Dave Sim, Dan Simmons, John Sladek, Art Spiegelman, Adam Stemple, Caroline Stevermer, Sheree Thomas, Jill Thompson, Charles Vess, Joan Vinge, Karl Edward Wagner, David Weber, Tad Williams, F. Paul Wilson, Gene Wolfe, Patricia Wrede, Jane Yolen, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Jim Young, and Roger Zelazny.