Monthly Archives: August 2017

Venera Dreams

Claude Lalumiere‘s Objects of Worship was the first ChiZine title I ever read (I eventually interned there, but not before I read many more of their books), and I’ve tried to read everything he’s done since (I chose Objects… because I had previously read – and loved – an anthology he edited called Montreal Dreams). This past weekend he had a launch event at Toronto’s Bakka Phoenix bookstore for his new book, Venera Dreams: A Weird Entertainment.

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Don’t be a Sucker

There are already a number of better-written (I enjoyed this post by Scalzi and the ensuing discussion), more informed posts on Charlottesville, however, keeping quiet is support, and this all seems crazy to me. I’m horrified by what happened. Here are a few things I’ve come across, and reminders that Canada has a problem too.

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Joe Pulver Fundraising

I’ve just learned that Joe Pulver is seriously ill, and looking at costly medical expenses despite insurance. While I don’t know him, many people I like speak highly of him. 100% of the funds from publication of Dim Shores‘ just announced “The Resplendent Troswoman Below” by Pulver Sr. and Edward Morris will go to the Pulvers. It’s not yet posted, so maybe sign up for the mailing list, or send an email or Facebook message if you’re interested. There’s also a Go Fund Me. Hopefully everything turns out okay.

 

 

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