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Posts tagged ‘romance’

Do K-Tel #20: Rock ’83 (1983)

November 13th, 2017

As I mentioned last week, my current method for sniffing out comps I may have overlooked involves plugging a favorite band name plus “K-Tel” into my search bar and seeing what turns up. My first attempt at this featured the Stray Cats, who were nowhere to be found on the fairly comprehensive stack of early […]

I’ve been working on Armagideon Time for slightly over eleven years. Over the course of that decade-plus, I’m certain there are at least of you out there who’ve wondered about what shape a romance story written by me would take. Well, wonder no more. The second volume of the Strange Romance anthology went on sale […]

A date that will live in infamy

December 7th, 2016

It’s the evening of December 7, 1991. I am sitting on a bench outside the movie theater in Copley Plaza, waiting for my date to arrive. I am terrified. This is more than the typical first date jitters. The woman I’m waiting for is a fellow member of the UMass Boston’s Sci-Fi Club. I’ve known […]

Twelve years ago this afternoon, at the Tufts Chapel in Medford in the shadow of the Red Sox’s 2004 World Series win, the Queen of Animals and I made it official. Recommended listening: Echo and The Bunnymen – The Killing Moon (from Ocean Rain, 1984)

We’ve hit that final stretch of the Halloween Countdown, a magical and macabre cluster of celebrations that begins with the Queen of Animals’ birthday and culminates in our All Hallows Eve revels. There’s not much I can really say that I haven’t already over the past decade of October 28 posts. She’s the love of […]

A Most Modest Flower: Day 27

February 27th, 2016

It has been a while since I’ve done one these posts. What began as a Halloween Countdown hiatus ended up being a five month derailment of whatever momentum this feature possessed. Part of the problem was that I let myself get locked into my original parameters for the project — every record in my collection […]

A Most Modest Flower: Day 19

February 19th, 2016

(from “Good Cop, medical Bad Cop?” by Paul Levitz, Keith Giffen and Karl Kesel in The Legion of Super-Heroes #312, June 1984) “Don’t worry, Doc. I’ll be sending a good number of patients your way in the immediate future.”

A Most Modest Flower: Day 8

February 8th, 2016
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