Variety Post

Thanks to Dark Sky for including a Fun Camp, in this week’s Recommended Reading roundup!

Lots to like in the new issue of elimae. Christy Crutchfield’s What if I Told You I Lost the Baby Again is getting deserved attention–Orange Alert likes it and Mel Bosworth reads it.

Wear contacts when seeing 3D movies. The double-glasses approach is headache-inducing  and weighs down the bridge of your nose. Doubt I’d have loved Alice in Hero’s Journey Autopilot anyway, but the double-glasses thing soured all chances.

The inaugural issue of NOO Weekly went up this week with Nat Otting as guest editor. My issue is coming later this month. Not going to give anything away but it’s going to be sweet.

Related–NOO #11 has a great story in it: The Only Thing Good is the Moon by Craig Greenman

Also coming soon: A couple of camp collaborations between me and Lydia Conklin for the DVD-style Bonus Features of Hobart #11.

Got back from a road trip on which I listened to Stanley Tucci reading Vonnegut’s Breakfast of Champions. Really well done. I didn’t finish, though, so I started reading from where the CD left off and it’s just not as good on paper. The drawings feel too jokey and the jokes themselves read as blunt and more obvious. Made me respect the reading all the more.

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4 thoughts on “Variety Post

  1. Craig Greenman says:

    Hi Gabe,

    Thanks for your kind words above about my story — and for your comments on the NOO web page. I really appreciate it. I’m glad that you liked the story.

    Take care,

    Craig

  2. Gabe Durham says:

    My pleasure, Craig. Again, nice work.

  3. Hey Gabe,

    I’m giving this blogging thing a shot. Check mine out.

    Peace

  4. Gabe Durham says:

    I like it, Chris. Clean template. I wish you the best. Just remember the golden rule: If blogging stops being fun, reevaluate.

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