Atlanta's going to be a happening place this weekend. First off, there's the Decatur Book Festival, which will have more authors than you can shake a stick at, including an interesting looking panel featuring Con Lehane and James O. Born, which I plan on attending.
In the other direction, geographically and intellectually, downtown Atlanta will be host to Dragon Con. I'm not actually going to attend DragonCon because I'm afraid that I might hit the first grown man I see dressed as a Storm Trooper. I am, however, going to interview Seth Harwood, who will be in town for the event. Seth has garnered a loyal following with his Jack Palms podcasts, and recently landed a book deal for his first Palms novel, Jack Wakes Up, which will be published by Breakneck Books next year. Look for the interview here early next week.
Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Argosy, November 7, 1936 - "A Novel of Strange Adventure" says the cover blurb about the lead novel in this issue of ARGOSY, and it's got a strange but effective cover to go with it....
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