* I'll be introducing two of The Brattleboro Film Society's Wednesday night movies at the Hooker-Dunham Theater -- sponsored by local filmmaker and teacher Jason Whiton -- starting with October 18th's 8 PM showing of James Whale's The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), and the following week's October 25th 7:30 PM showing of Terence Fisher's The Horror of Dracula (1958). More info, links as those dates approach.
* The Lovecraft in Vermont October 20th weekend event is shaping up. Thus far, the schedule runs roughly:
*Friday night gathering of the guests and attendees for introductions, general Q&A (moderated by organizer Alan Eames), and readings.
* Saturday: Dealers room, 10-12 noon; afternoon events (times to be posted) include a panel with Joe Citro and Faye Ringel, a panel of Lovecraftian media (moderated by yours truly), an afternoon showing of Jayson Argento's The Cthulhu Chronicles, Episode 1: The Ropes (2006), and an evening illustrated lecture (by yours truly) on Jack Jackson and the underground Lovecraft comics, followed by a showing of the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society's feature film The Call of Cthulhu (2005). There's more, to be announced...
* Sunday AM: The Lovecraft in Vermont tour, hosted by Alan Eames -- visit the sites Lovecraft visited in 1927 and 1928. Ends approximately at noon; end of event.
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More later this weekend, as time permits...