Monday music: "St. James Infirmary" by Rhiannon Giddens & the Silk Road Ensemble. (This is the first of many versions of this song you'll see in this post....
The table of contents for the upcoming Crazy 8 Press anthology They Keep Killing Glenn, which includes my story "House Hunting."
Happy book birthday to Baker Street Irregulars: The Game is Afoot, which includes my second Shirley Holmes-and-Jack Watson story, "Six Red Dragons."
Midweek music: this time it's the Speakeasies' Swing Band's version of "St. James Infirmary."
Me on the Enterprising Individuals podcast talking Deep Space Nine's "Tacking Into the Wind."
4-Color to 35-Millimeter covers the terrible 2005 adaptation of Elektra.
The Scribe Award nominees are announced, and I've got two of them!
On a particularly crazy weekend that included two karate promotions and a huge-ass party at our house.
New on Patreon: my spoilery review of Avengers: Infinity War.
Midweek music: in honor of Wrenn's birthday, it's one of her favorite songs, "Ordinary Day" by Great Big Sea.
Unicorn Precinct and Goblin Precinct reissued by eSpec Books.
Friday fanfare: starting a run of David Bowie with "Space Oddity."
4-Color to 35-Millimeter looks at Hellboy.
Looking back at a great karate spring camp and looking forward to a week-long business trip to Los Angeles.
Monday music: continuing a run of Bowie with "Ashes to Ashes."
Midweek music: "Life on Mars" by, yes, Bowie.
Friday fanfare: still Bowie, this time with Queen (and also with Annie Lennox at the Freddie Mercury tribute after his death) doing "Under Pressure."
4-Color to 35-Millimeter: Hellboy II: The Golden Army.
My Balticon 52 schedule (which, erm, already happened -- sorry).
Monday music: in honor of Mothers Day, my mother's favorite Bruce Springsteen song, "She's the One," a particularly stellar live performance, showcasing both Roy Bittan and Clarence Clemons.
On the 20th anniversary of my going freelance.
Midweek music: more Bruce! This time it's "The River," complete with lengthy monologue.
Tales from Dragon Precinct re-released by eSpec Books.
4-Color to 35-Millimeter: the Witchblade pilot movie.
My Sunday feeling, mostly on gun violence.
A new Kickstarter: Release the Virgins!, which will include a new Dragon Precinct story by me.
Tuesday's dead, on finishing a project and what's ahead.
Midweek music: "The Obvious Child" by Paul Simon, inspired by a comment by baseball writer Joe Sheehan on Twitter.
I've signed a contract to write more Super City Cops novellas.
On the 13th anniversary of the release of Star Trek: Articles of the Federation.
4-Color to 35-Millimeter: Catwoman.
Me on two podcasts: Warp Five talking zombies and Star Trek and Pint O' Comics talking about, well, everything.
Midweek music: more "St. James Infirmary"! This time it's Eric Clapton and Dr. John.
My review of Mary Shelley for Tor.com.
From the archives: my review of "The Modern Prometheus" episode of Highlander: The Series from 1997.
Friday fanfare: this time it's Joe Cocker's version of "St. James Infirmary."
4-Color to 35-Millimeter: Constantine.
Signal boosting a GoFundMe for two dear friends want to send their daughter to "Hawai'ian Hogwarts," and they need help with the airfare.