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My friend Donald Williams was out in the Los Angeles area in order to speak at a seminar sponsored by the Southern California C.S. Lewis Society. The seminar was most of the day on Saturday, and unfortunately I had a … Continue reading
After nearly two years of planning, especially the last two months that were filled with tasks, Mythcon 40 finally arrived. I went over to the campus on the day before, as a number of attendees, including our Guests of Honor, … Continue reading
(Originally posted on LiveJournal) There is much that I could say, but for right now, I am facing the last few hours of Mythcon 40. It has been a glorious weekend and one that I shall treasure for a long, … Continue reading
(Originally posted on LiveJournal) Mind you, I never watched The A-Team. It never quite hit the right note for me back in the day. But, the line is a useful one. Anyway, I am pausing in my Mythcon preparations to … Continue reading
(Originally posted on LiveJournal) I really enjoy getting people I know connected to each other, especially when I think they will get along well. Last night, my friend James A. Owen was doing a book signing at Vroman’s in Pasadena. … Continue reading
I’d meant to post about Mythcon back some time ago. But now I’ve misplace the program listings, which I meant to use to describe the things I’d attended. Oh well. I’ll just say, aside from some interesting glitches regarding the location … Continue reading