OK, blog seems to be at last up and running as it once did -- thanks to all who responded via comment postings, as those let me know something was indeed visible and functional during the weeklong 'blackout.'
Dashing off to Dartmouth College to attend Scott McCloud's lecture this afternoon, and juggling the weekend tasks associated with the Friday/Saturday/Sunday
I was on
For those of you in Brattleboro, I'll also be on Steve Twiss's 7-9 AM local radio program, spinning some of the rare Les Baxter LP score for the 1970 Daniel Haller film The Dunwich Horror, the James Bernard Horror of Dracula score (to promote the upcoming Wednesday 7:30 showing of that film at the Hooker-Dunham Theater, intro by yours truly), and more. Sorry, it's not available online; just a heads-up for locals.
More later -- see some of you this weekend at the Lovecraft fest? I'll be manning a table part of the day Saturday, selling some books, comics and DVDs with my friend Joe Citro, and handling at least one afternoon panel and the 5:15 movie showings, including intros (and possible interviews with visiting filmmakers involved with The Cthulhu Chronicles, shown first at 5:15).
Anyhoot, I'm outta here, and more later...