Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Too Graphic

ONE WEEK FROM TONIGHT, mofos, it's N@B with a graphic novel spin! Matt Kindt, author of Super Spy, 3 Story and the brand new Revolver will read. We'll have a preview of Scott Phillips's comic The Paradise and Tim Lane, author of Abandoned Cars and Happy Hour in America will screen his short film The Passenger - it's a very cool dramatic/animated/live-action mash up, (and if you losers can't get to N@B August 4 at the Delmar Lounge, you can catch Tim screening the film again along with author Joe Meno at Subterranean Books, Friday August 6).

Tell your friends and enemies! N@B wants you.

At Ransom Notes I call for all literature dealing with Florida to have its own section in bookstores. Carl Hiaasen's got a new out today and I revisited some of my favorites of his over the weekend, especially Skin Tight 'cause the new one Star Island brings back one of my favorite of his creations Chemo, the one handed, one weed-whackered, walking electrolysis cautionary tale. And here's a link to last week's Ransom Notes piece where I collected anticipation notes from Daniel Woodrell, John McFetridge, Roger Smith and Anthony Neil Smith.

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