Selena Chambers

I imbibe words and consume past minds. As a result, I often awake next to strange sentences and forgotten meanings. I am the Bas Bleu Zombie.

I hate to just drop a bunch of links and not hang, but I have been in serious FULL_HERMIT MODE, where I’ve mostly been reading for STEAMPUNK PARIS when my cat will allow me, and all the other [INSERT VAGUEBOOKING BLAH-BLAH HERE]. Well, that’s not entirely true. I have ventured out every now and then to …

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The Paris-based Steampunk band Victor Sierra is currently crowdfunding for their third album DARK PASSENGER at Indiegogo. I’m not very good at describing music, but If you can imagine taking the world of Sam van Olffen, orchestrating it with strains of Abney Park, Concrete Blonde, and some Rockabilly/Bluegrass Americana–that may come close to describing their sound. They …

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So Molly Tanzer has written this AMAZING weird-western called VERMILION (Word Horde Press). It was released last April and has been blazing trails of both the critical and selling-like-hotcakes paths. If you don’t believe me, check out NPR’s review here. Anyway, it just so happens Molly Tanzer will be in Tallahassee (if you didn’t know, …

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I am crawling out of my hermit crab-shell this weekend, and will be rolling into Hawtlanta to tangentially participate in the World Horror Convention. And by tangentially I mean via pool and/or bar-conning as well as a special group reading with friends: Jesse Bullington, J. T. Glover, Orrin Grey, and Molly Tanzer. While I haven’t quite pinned …

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