Byron Preiss was a writer, compiler, editor and publisher of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and graphic novels. As a fan of those genres, as well as comics and pulp fiction, among other things, he tried to innovate ways to present and publish similar materials for a wider reading public – something he did throughout his life.
I talk with my old friend Anne about her journey from writing online fan fiction to becoming a professional writer and editor.
This is a few days late, but I hope you’ll join me on a tour through some trades I read, some arcs I finished, and some prose books I found time to get through. So much fun!
Yes, it’s that time again, when I review a bunch of trades and other stuff I might have gotten around to this month. Let’s boogie!
Wrapping up the Oregon trip, in which we discover new favorite bookstores and stumble upon rarities in the oddest places. Also, cats.
In which we investigate various thrift stores and bookshops in the Willamette Valley along the old Highway 99E in Oregon, and come up with some cool stuff.
I’ve been getting a lot of nifty mysteries and related items in here lately. Here’s a quick rundown.