The OF Blog: Reviews that you have missed if you have not followed me to Gogol's Overcoat

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Reviews that you have missed if you have not followed me to Gogol's Overcoat

As I said last month, not many reviews will be appearing here on The OF Blog in 2012 due to commitments elsewhere, namely Weird Fiction Review and Gogol's Overcoat.  But for those of you unaware of what I have written review-wise for the first 18 days of this year, here are some bits for you to consider:

Weird Fiction Review:

Article on Augusto Monterroso

Article on Julio Cortázar (goes live sometime in the next 1-2 weeks; draft completed this morning)

Gogol's Overcoat:

Faulkner Friday:  As I Lay Dying (1930)

Zora Neale Hurston, Jonah's Gourd Vine (1934)

Faulkner Friday:  "A Rose for Emily" (1930)

1961 Nobel Finalists:  J.R.R. Tolkien

Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937)

Scheduled for Review January 20-31:

20 - William Faulkner, Sanctuary (Gogol's Overcoat)

22 - 1961 Nobel Finalists: E.M. Forster (Gogol's Overcoat)

24 - Ben Marcus, The Flame Alphabet (Gogol's Overcoat or OF Blog)

25 - Zora Neale Hurston, Mosses, Man of the Mountain (Gogol's Overcoat)

27 - William Faulkner, "Barn Burning" (Gogol's Overcoat)

28 - Draft due of article on Mercé Rodoreda (Weird Fiction Review)

29 - 1961 Nobel Finalists:  Robert Frost (Gogol's Overcoat)

30 - Zora Neale Hurston, Seraph of the Suwanee (Gogol's Overcoat)

31 - Saladin Ahmed, Throne of the Crescent Moon (OF Blog)

A couple of these might move up or down a few days (minus the Faulkner pieces, which will be set in stone for Fridays), but I think this ought to get some readers excited.  So if you want to read more review pieces by me, be sure to bookmark the sites above and to visit frequently (should note WFR is updated almost daily and my contributions are a very small part to that wonderful site).  Also, if you happen to like one of the reviews, feel free to leave a comment or to forward it onto others, as it'd be nice to have more word of mouth for Gogol's Overcoat, new as it is and all.

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