If you have an interest in obtaining from me a copy of the very, very fucking nifty "collector's edition" of A Menina Submersa, the Brazilian, Portuguese-language edition of The Drowning Girl, this is likely your only chance. Ever. I'm auctioning one copy.
Yesterday was spent at the Hay proofreading Houses Under the Sea: Mythos Tales. I made it through “Pickman’s Other Model (1929),” “The Thousand-and-Third Tale of Scheherazade,” and “The Bone’s Prayer.” Also, Sirena Digest #113 went out to subscribers yesterday.
I have a 25,000-word novella and a 125-page screenplay to write. Currently, these are priority #1.
Last night we saw the beautifully filmed and incredibly charming A Girl Walks Home Alone in the Dark (2014), directed by Ana Lily Amirpour. I never expected to see an Iranian vampire film that felt like a Mexican surrealist fairy tale. It goes on my list of favorite vampire films.
And now, we're gonna go see Teminator Genysis, which may well suck, but, then, I'm a sucker. We're talking Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor. Fuck yeah.