Thanks to Peg Aloi, I’m going to be appearing with her (and possibly some other folks) on a panel tonight after the documentary She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry on 2nd wave feminism of the 60s & 70s. Join us for a lively discussion. See The Linda’s site for more info.
Necon E-Books and the New England Horror Writers are conducting a blog tour in honour of the late Les Daniels, a Necon stalwart and indefatigable writer on a wide range of pop culture topics.
The fabulous Maura McHugh’s comic Jennifer Wilde is now available at ComiXology, so get stuck in! I love this comic. Be sure to check out Maura’s lovely photography, too — much of it the natural glories of Ireland.
I laughed out loud several times reading Anne Billson’s account of Brannagh’s career of ham and hubris (and really dodgy accents). Her film criticism always gives you plenty to chew over: get several feasts’ worth in the Billson Film Database. And speaking of photography, check out hers, too over at Multiglom.
Guerilla gardener and baker supreme Peg Aloi is giving a go at crowdsourcing a new headquarters for her activities. Help beautify the capital region and get some baked goods or gardening in the bargain. If you’re watching American Horror Story: Coven, be sure to catch up on the Media Witch blog.
Of course my pal Mr B has always got something going on: check out the interviews, acclaim and forthcoming works at You Would Say That, Wouldn’t You? and keep your eyes peeled for some exciting news about a new anthology coming soon from Blackwitch Press. Brazill has kicked off a new feature of a free Story for a Saturday with his classic tale “The Tut” — drop by for a chuckle and a grimace.
And hey — it’s almost Burns Night, so here’s a fine doco on the poet.
My latest translation and meditation on Hávamál is up, too.
What else? Tell me in the comments what you’re up to —