Tag Archives: Avram Davidson

Rediscovered: PulpFest 2015 — On the Whole, I’d Rather Not Be in Philadelphia

Got to the airport predawn on Thursday August 13, plenty of time to fly to Phoenix, catch the connecting flight to Columbus, Ohio, so I’d hit this year’s PulpFest by 4p.m., before they even cracked open the doors of the … Continue reading

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Tour: Sons and Daughters

On the tour for May 17 Angela Crider Neary introduced herself, specifically as the daughter of Texas writer Bill Crider, who gets mentioned here from time to time. Crider and I agreed that the John Carter of Mars movie was … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: PKD, 30 Years After

For the thirtieth anniversary of the passing of Philip K. Dick, today, my occasional Guest Blogger Brian Leno has put up a post about how he’s finally getting around to reading that titan of science fiction — and, yes, better … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Digging Out the Dannay

I’ve never been interested in the fiction of author “Ellery Queen” — nom de guerre for the cousins Frederic Dannay and Manfred B. Lee. The only Queen titles I ever recall reading were some of the 1960s novels ghost written … Continue reading

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