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tgwnhlaunchFacebook has just reminded me that today’s  the anniversary of The Girl WiTGWNHth No Hands and Other Tales!

To the left is Russell B. Farr of Ticonderoga
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2010: The Year in Review, or 2011: The Year Ahead

It’s a Saturday morning and I’m sitting on the couch, surveying the remains of yesterday’s shred-fest (I cleaned out the spare room, which used to be my study) and waiting for the coffee to kick in. It seems
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And so, post-book launch

So, Kaaron Warren and I had our joint book launch Friday last at WorldCon. It was awesome.

Publisher Russell B. Farr wore his kilt
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Last Day of WorldCon

Have fallen victim to the con-lurgy that’s been circulating since 1953. Packing up the hotel room so it doesnt look quite so much like a bomb crater. Periodic drive-bys will resume eventually.

All Russell’s con stock of The Girl with No Hands & Other Tales has sold out, as has his stock of Tartarus Press’ Sourdough & Other Stories. And so has TP’s
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This is the launch invitation for Kaaron’s and my TP books. We know there are lots of panels on at the same time … but there will be Haigh’s choclit frogs at our launch … so come along.

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Russell B Farr looking like a happy publisher with Kaaron’s and my books 🙂 :-).

More stuffly goodness is here.

ToC for Dead Sea Fruit

Squeal of excitement – the ToC for Kaaron Warren’s Dead Sea Fruit collection with Ticonderoga Publications has been announced:

Introduction by Lucius Shepard
Dead Sea Fruit
Woman Train
Down to the Silver Spirits
Fresh Young Widow
Buster and Corky
Cooling the Crows
Edge of a Thing
Guarding the Mound
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Here’s teh covah for Kaaron Warren’s Ticonderoga collection, Dead Sea Fruit – gorgeous!

Today's Drive-By: Kaaron Warren and the lace of rot …

The first thing I ever read of Kaaron Warren’s was The Grinding House and I was struck by the raw power of her prose. The woman knows how to write a good scare. The next thing that found me was Dead Sea Fruit, reprinted in one of the Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror anthologies, which was one of the most
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