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In which I return from Canada, bearing gifts

As usual, I had a wonderful time reading at Pulpfiction Books in Vancouver, BC last Friday. Store owner Chris Brayshaw and his significant other Lisa Jean Helps took me out to dinner and let me know that, in the event … Continue reading

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It’s (really!) a book

Last Friday the mailman brought me the first copy of the finished Lovecraft Country. This photo doesn’t do it full justice, but it’s a thing of beauty. Hardcover, with paper pasted over boards, like the Hardy Boy books I had … Continue reading

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Signed books for the holidays

Just a reminder that signed copies of my novels make great holiday gifts. I’m selling signed first editions of Sewer, Gas & Electric, Set This House in Order, and The Mirage; email for details. Signed paperbacks of all of my … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week

After 35 years together, Jane Lighty and Pete-e Petersen become the first gay couple to receive a marriage license in Washington state:

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I get the coolest door prizes

Last weekend I attended the Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair at Seattle Center. One of the exhibitors, my friend Ed Smith, surprised me with this awesome custom-bound copy of The Mirage: The binding and original decoration are the work of Richard … Continue reading

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