Quay Brothers (Stephen + Timothy Quay, identical twins, b. 1947 Pennsylvania): On Deciphering the Pharmacist’s Prescription for Lip-Reading Puppets exhibition from Aug. 12,  2012 thru Jan. 07, 2013 at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC


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You don’t start out writing good stuff. You start out writing crap and thinking it’s good stuff, and then gradually you get better at it.
That’s why I say one of the most valuable traits is persistence.
Octavia E. Butler (via fictionwritingtips)

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Space Age fashions from Mademoiselle magazine, September 1965

Space Age fashions from Mademoiselle magazine, September 1965

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unlimitles asked: I'm so happy that tumblr is like a direct line to you mr kadrey. And I have a question, I love your books, I love the whole angel and demon thing going on I love stark but as you know I am just slain by mr Macheath you made him such an interesting character. I just recently after 26 of my life denounced Christianity. I don't quite want to call myself an atheist due to my interest in Buddhism...(babbling) anyway, what would be mr macheaths first name if you had to give him one?

The name comes from Brecht and Weill’s The Threepenny Opera. Macheath is also known as Mack The Knife and Mackie Messer.


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judgmentflavored asked: Please tell me someone's gonna make a Sandman Slim video game.

If and when the movie happens, yes. And a comic.

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camp-koala asked: Any chance at knowing more about the next Sandman Slim? Stark is by far my favorite literary character. I was also wondering how often you do conventions since the Atlanta Comic Con is coming up.

Book 6, The Getaway God, takes place right around  the one year anniversary of Stark’s escape from Hell. The book finds Stark helping to track down a magic-fueled serial killer, which brings him into a head-on confrontation with the old gods, the Angra Om Ya. The Getaway God will be out in late August.

I’m pretty busy this year, so I won’t be doing a lot of conventions. However, I will be at both the San Diego and NY Comic Cons.



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hey! remember my first post on the cemetery fandom?


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Announcing The Wil Wheaton Project


Announcing The Wil Wheaton Project

About a year ago, I had a meeting with a production company, who wanted me to host a show for them. The concept was simple, I thought it had the potential to be incredibly funny, and I really liked the people I met with.

“I can’t just be a host, though,” I explained. “I’ve been producing Tabletop for two seasons, and if I’m going to be the public face of a show, I need to have a hand in its…

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