Catching Up

We have reviews for you. Yes, indeedy, so, since it’s been a while, let’s get right to it.

Comics creator Joe Mignola ventures into the realm of “illustrated novel” with collaborator Christopher Golden in Joe Golem and the Drowned City.

Elizabeth Bear is back with another tale of Bijou the Artificer and her fellow adventurers, . . . → Read More: Catching Up

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro: Night Pilgrims

In literature, films, and television virtually choked with vampires, Yarbro’s Count Saint-Germain remains the suede, the elite, the unique. You won’t find Saint-Germain gnawing on bloody kills, wallowing in gratuitous violence, or throwing blatant sexuality around either. No. His vampiric encounters are tastefully erotic, and the very detail that the Count is a vampire is . . . → Read More: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro: Night Pilgrims

More This and That

And when I say “this and that,” I mean it.

Let’s start with some traditional Scottish music, courtesy of the Paul McKenna Band and their new album, Stem the Tide. Sounds pretty hardcore.

And from there to some traditional American music, more or less, of the country/bluegrass kind, with a release from Nell Robinson, On . . . → Read More: More This and That

2012 — Day Two at GMR

Yes, it’s January 2nd here at GMR, and as I promised yesterday, we have more to keep you occupied on those long evenings.

First, Brian Lumley’s The Fly-By-Nights, a slightly different take on vampires.

And as long as we’re looking at vampires, we have Jeaniene Frost’s One Grave at a Time, in which the heroes . . . → Read More: 2012 — Day Two at GMR