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Keith R.A. DeCandido
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Here's what's new on DeCandido.wordpress.com, which I update way more often than I do this one................

More from the eSpec Books reading series, including me reading from Supernatural: Bone Key, plus Michael A. Ventrella, Robert E. Waters, and Brenda Cooper.

With the release of HBO's Watchmen on home video, I reprint my review of same from Patreon.

The official statement from the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers regarding Black Lives Matter.

Friday fanfare is "Lonesome Road/Up Above My Head" by Rhiannon Giddens.

A nice review of my 2010 Star Trek comic book Captain's Log: Jellico.

Finishing the first draft of "The Gorvangin Rampages: A Dragon Precinct Story," which I crowdfunded.

Monday music is "Which Way to America?" by Living Colour.

My reading from Star Trek: Klingon Empire: A Burning House, which I did for KAG Kon 2020: Home Invasion.

Midweek music is "Alabama Bound" by Leadbelly.

The Dragon Precinct Chronology, a new pinned post that arranges all the "Precinct" novels, short stories, and vignettes in chronological story order.

Friday fanfare is two versions of "St. James Infirmary," by Cab Calloway in 1950 and Trombone Shorty in 2012.

Me on "Author Reads" from FAE Productions, reading from A Furnace Sealed and answering viewer questions.

New stuff I've posted to Patreon, including a movie review, a bunch of TV reviews, a ton of cat pictures, two vignettes, four excerpts from works in progress, and completed chapters.

Monday music is "Walk This Way" by Aerosmith & Run DMC.

A nice review of Dragon Precinct.

A piece on StarTrek.com listing ten essential Jean-Luc Picard stories in prose and comics form, including my 1999 comic book Perchance to Dream.

Midweek music is Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder, and the Dixie Hummingbirds doing "Loves Me Like a Rock."

I never could get the hang of Thursdays, on being incredibly domestic.

Friday fanfare is Rhiannon Giddens doing "Under a Harlem Moon."

Happy Fathers Day!

Monday music is "Crossroad Blues" by the great Robert Johnson.

Tuesdya's dead, on an overly eventful day.

Midweek music is B.B. King performing at Sing Sing Prison on Thanksgiving Day 1972.

Friday fanfare is Muddy Waters in a Chicago club performing "Baby Please Don't Go," during which he's joined by audience members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ron Wood.

Monday music is "Township Jive," performed by Paul Simon, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and Hugh Masekela.

Midweek music is Hugh Masekela's "Stimela."

Friday fanfare is Paul Simon and Miriam Makeeba performing "Under African Skies."

Why we celebrate Independence Day.

Monday music is another version of "Township Jive," this time by Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

Announcing the latest from Star Trek Adventures, the Klingon Empire Core Rulebook with lots of material by me!

My Christmas present from Stan Lee.

The compleat bibliography of Keith R.A. DeCandido.

Two online events I'm doing this weekend: Shore Leave 41.5 and "Day of Honor."

As part of "ConTinual," Gail Z. Martin interviews me about tie-in writing in general and Supernatural novels in particular.


Star Trek: Voyager Rewatch entries: "The Thaw," "Tuvix," "Resolutions," "Basics, Part I," Second Season Overview, "Basics, Part II," "Flashback," "The Chute," "The Swarm," and "False Profits."

KRAD COVID readings: "The Ballad of Big Charlie" Part 3 from V-Wars, "Broken Oaths" from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Prophecy and Change, "I Belive I'm Sinkin' Down" from Tales from the House Band Volume 2, "Fire in the Hole" from Dragon's Lure, "Sunday in the Park with Spot" from Furry Fantastic, "House Arrest" from Bad-Ass Faeries, "Meiyo" from Battlecorps.com, "Deep Background" from Aliens: Bug Hunt, "Recurring Character" from The Further Adventures of Xena Warrior Princess, "Editorial Interference" from Circles in the Hair, "-30-" from Viral Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 3, "Ràn for Your Life" from Unearthed, and "Undine the Boardwalk" from Bad-Ass Faeries: It's Elemental.

4-Color to 35-Millimeter: The Great Superhero Movie Rewatch: Bloodshot, Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), and Faust: Love of the Damned.
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