Ansible 329, December 2014

December 1st, 2014

Another Black Monday, with many crushed in the teeming frenzy as they struggle to escape the latest Ansible.

SFX 249-252 columns

November 19th, 2014

Ansible 328, November 2014

November 3rd, 2014

At last, the special post-cataract-surgery issue. Those aren’t typos, they’re floaters.

Ansible 327, October 2014

October 1st, 2014

Brilliantly combining the themes of Hallowe’en and my late-October cataract operation without even being told about the latter, Ansible‘s regular artist Brad Foster gives us Angus the Myopic Ghost.

Ansible 326, September 2014

September 27th, 2014

Just noticed that I either forgot to announce Ansible 326 here, or somehow messed up the posting. Either way, I blame the post-Loncon whooping cough (which still lingers). Sorry.

Post-Loncon 3 Pub Meeting

August 9th, 2014

There’s to be an extra post-Loncon 3 pub gathering on the evening of Thursday 21 August in the usual First Thursday venue, for the benefit of visitors still in town. All welcome. TAFF delegate Curt Phillips hopes to be there.

SFX 245-248 columns

August 2nd, 2014

A few more added to the archive at the usual discreet interval after publication. The current SFX is #251 dated September 2014 (#249, between July and August, was dated Summer).

Ansible 325, August 2014

August 1st, 2014

With the speed of a striking sex-crazed strooka (a favourite Thog simile), here comes the pre-Worldcon issue.

Ansible 324, July 2014

July 1st, 2014

Almost as inescapable as death and taxes, but maybe not so much fun: it’s another Ansible.

Kickstarter for BLIT film

June 20th, 2014

Nikolai Hamel, the chap who hopes to film my 1988 story “BLIT” as a graduate thesis project (this is code for “Langford doesn’t get any money”) begs me to tell the world about his Kickstarter page for the film. See below. I’d be interested to see the result but alas, the fund-raising is a long way short of its goal.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1145326779/basilisk

Later: alas, this fundraiser failed. But the film project continues on a shoestring budget because our man still needs to graduate …