Inhuman Swill : Page 113
Why is my blog called Inhuman Swill? Because you can unscramble the pieces to make William Shunn.

My Himmelblau

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So tomorrow afternoon I fly out to Ohio for eight days of novel-critiquin' good times. This space will likely be pretty silent in the meantime. Looking forward to it, [info]ccfinlay! (And all you other Blue Heaveners out there.)

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Leaky brains on parade

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I'm part of the Brain Parade again at Meme Therapy. Today's topic: Science Fiction's Leaky Memes.

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Well, I wanted to look like Doc Cochran from Deadwood, and it looks like I got my wish.

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In Alcatraz

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Almost every time I go to post in [info]picturetones, I mess up and post the entry to my own journal. Then I have to go in and copy and paste into a new entry. Sigh.

On the plus side this morning, there was soul music in four-part harmony with keyboard accompaniment on the 6 platform at Lexington this morning. I gave the guys five bucks, and they infected me and many other commuters with big smiles.

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Love connection

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I'm slow sometimes, but it just now occurs to me that a Pearl Jam is what comes out of a Mother Love Bone. Oh my!

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ShunnCast #15

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Epidode #15 of "ShunnCast" is now available, in which a young boy named Joseph spins a tall tale about angels, warriors, and golden treasure, and all and sundry learn why it's rarely the wisest of ideas to entrust the only copy of your manuscript to someone who doesn't like you.

I might also add that I spend an inordinate amount of time nattering on about Calvados and other brandies.

http://www.shunn.net/podcast?id=15

See also [info]shunncast.

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Oh, now the New York Times deigns to mention Stephen Colbert's skewering of the president. But only, it would seem, because people are talking about it online.

And you and I are not the only ones who noticed the earlier eerie silence.

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That's good enough for me

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Coming soon...

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Millions of awards

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I learn via Jeff Ford ([info]14theditch) that Rick Bowes won the voting in the Million Writers Award for Fiction! Way to go, Rick!

And of course, though it's old news by now, Jeff himself won an Edgar over the weekend for his excellent novel The Girl in the Glass. Congrats, man!

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