First off, there's a new review of Knight of the Blazing Sun up, and it's a good 'un. 'Probably the most easygoing sword and sorcery tale you'll ever stumble across' is a good way to describe it, if I do say so myself. On that note, if you've read the book and feel up to it, I'd appreciate a review or even just a rating or some-such on Amazon, Goodreads, Twitter or wherever.
In other items of interest, recordings of panel discussions from the First World Fantasy Convention, 1975, moderated by Gahan Wilson and featuring, among others, Robert Bloch and Manly Wade Wellman. Courtesy of the gentlemen at the HP Lovecraft Literary Podcast, which you should really check out.
Speaking of podcasts, the guys and gal over at The Double Shadow podcast have recently done a two-parter on my absolutely favourite Clark Ashton Smith story, "The Colossus of Ylourgne" which I swear, here and now, that I will write a sequel to somehow, somewhere.
And that's that for Thursday.