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April 23rd, 2010

Darin Bradley is all over this page, so I'm going to stop identifying him every time I have to mention him. If you don't know him by now, you haven't been paying attention (and judging by our traffic numbers, you haven't!).

And I'm going to start responding to the things he says over on Suvudu, where he has begun a new blog series about the Pox Eclipse in all its myriad forms.

This first post is just a hello, so we'll see what happens next. I'm not above a little recreational trolling ...

April 21st, 2010


Drollerie Press has announced a new 31-day digital author conference called CoyoteCon. Farrago-founder and novelist Darin Bradley will be a part of a chatroom discussion with Lucy Snyder on May 14 about "The Book Deal and Publishing Process." Drop by.

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April 12th, 2010

Due Congratulations

Congratulations to Bruce Boston and Lee Ballentine, whose story "Wasp Light" (Farrago's Wainscot, Issue 10), was honorably mentioned in Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year. Additional congratulations to Bruce, whose poem, "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Vulture" (Farrago's Wainscot, Issue 11), was also honorably mentioned.

March 29th, 2010

NX35 Day 2 - March 12, 2010

Friday March 12

Denton, Texass NX35, originally a panel for Denton bands at SXSW, celebrated and produced a formidable first in what one could only hope becomes more in-town annuals March 11-14. I had attended the first Denton-anchored event and was experiencing this bloated annual with every bit of awe and elation as, I expect, those who had put it together must have also felt.

March 25th, 2010

Thursday night at NX35. Opening night. Denton is not a 9-to-5 kind of town, but even the indiest community feels the workday pinch when putting on a ruckus, even one as all-consuming as NX35.

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March 23rd, 2010

NX35 Video Binge

Rob King, who has some experience with local music, made the trek to Denton, Texas for NX35, a music conferette and cultural explosion. I, however, got sick and missed most of it. Rob will tell you the full story of NX35 later this week.

What I did experience was two febrile nights of venue-hopping greatness, a video dump of which I'm providing here.

For what it's worth ...

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March 16th, 2010

As committed as we at Farrago's F.M.I. are to the history of things that aren't, parallel realities, and the inexorable blending of fact and fiction, it appears as if the Texas State Board of Education is way ahead of us.

Kudos, bureaucrats, for what promises to be the most expansive experiment in unreality ever achieved. If only F.M.I. had the reach and the budget ...

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February 13th, 2010

More Micro Film Reviews

Some things I've seen since the last update, complete with micro reviews to make your life easier at the video store:

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February 6th, 2010

Agricultural Resistance

This article about Big Ag v. Small Ag appeals to my apocalyptic, down-with-the-huge sensibilities. Thus begins a new tag: "resistance:

Via Fair Food Fight (a favorite go-to blog of mine for all my food-fighting news): "Who's Afraid of the Family Farmer?".

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