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It was a nightmare, getting out of L.A. . . . The desert would be bad enough all by itself. Something big and batlike swooped through the tunnel of lights and was gone. He ignored its passage. Five … Continue reading
Arrived this afternoon courtesy of the fine folks at Continuum Press. A read-n-review is already in the works.
This just in from bookstore proprietor, publisher, and editor extraordinaire, Otto Penzler: I’m pretty jazzed right now. After two years of hard and often frustrating work, the website of my electronic publishing company is up and running. Click this link … Continue reading
Assurances were made that a review would be posted on the 24th. It’s still Monday for a few more hours and, after a day of brawling with myself over issues peripheral — but bearing no direct relation — to the … Continue reading
Returned Saturday from a research trip into the city and found two — count ’em! TWO! — books on the doorstep. I knew Rolling Stone was being shipped, but The Rum Diary re-issue was a sweet bonus. Special thanks to … Continue reading
October is shaping up to be the officially unofficial Hunter S. Thompson Month. Two big bits of Gonzo action are slated; one, no doubt, orchestrated around the the other. FEAR AND LOATHING AT ROLLING STONE is due to hit bookstores … Continue reading