"Joy and pleasure are as real as pain and sorrow and one must learn what they have to teach. . . ." -- Sean Russell, from Gatherer of Clouds

"If you're not having fun, you're not doing it right." -- Helyn D. Goldenberg

"I love you and I'm not afraid." -- Evanescence, "My Last Breath"

“If I hear ‘not allowed’ much oftener,” said Sam, “I’m going to get angry.” -- J.R.R. Tolkien, from Lord of the Rings

Tuesday, September 07, 2021

What's New at Green Man Review

Holiday weekends always throw me off -- meant to do this yesteray and lost track of what day it was. At any rate, it's the new edition of Green Man Review:
All things whisky; Child ballads and Welsh mythology; demon barbers and swamp things; Rick Danko, singers from Queens and Florida; a rat in a tin can, and much more
As you can see, something for everyone, so click on over and enjoy.

Monday, August 23, 2021

What's New at Green Man Review

I meant to post thos yesterday, but my rain went AWOL. At any rate, it's anoteher edition of GMR chock full of googies:
some Grateful Dead, Lady Astronauts, Swedish and American jazz, a Tenth Doctor tale, and much more
There's lots more, as always, so fid a nice col spot and dig in.

Monday, August 09, 2021

what's New at Green Man Review

Yesterday's eition is up, and chock full of googidies:
Many things Boiled in Lead, several things Ian MacDonald, Elizabeth Bear on chocolate, Peter Gabriel in concert, Danger Girls, Wobblies, and SF-inspired folk music
We're due for some really hot wather, so you may want to find a nic cool place to kick back and enjoy.

Monday, July 26, 2021

Sociopath of the Month

This story's a couple of days old. but I keep coming back to it:
Venture capitalist and Ohio Republican Senate candidate J.D. Vance spoke on Friday about the “cultural wars” being waged by the left and took aim at politicians without children who “don’t have a personal indirect stake” in improving the country. “And why is this just a normal fact of American life, that the leaders of our country should be people who don’t have a personal indirect stake in it via their own offspring, via their own children and grandchildren,” Vance asked, noting that he was not referring to people who are unable to have children.
There's a certain lack of bASIC humanity in evuidebe here -- it is, after all, ,perfectly normal, and actually considrered virtuous, to care about people whether they're relatives or not.

And I can't help thinking there's something very biblical about this --Old Testament biblical, considering how concerned the ancient Hebrews were with inheritance and bloolines.

At any rate, the man's a jerk.

Vias Joe.My.God.

Sunday, July 25, 2021

What's New at Green Man Review

It's that time again, with another knockout edition of Green Man Review:
Jerky; Alice’s Restaurant on film; Roger Zelazny and Stephen Brust; all things Looking Glass Wars; Norwegian death metal, Palestinian oud, early country rock, modern jazz, and much more
So scoot on over for some nice summer reading.

Sunday, July 11, 2021

Catching Up: What's New at Green Man Review

I was all set to post the first of these on the publication date -- and had no internet. For over a week. So, here we go, csatching up: Fort, GMR for June 27:
B-52s live, Beowulf, Fables, Beer, Banks’ Culture series and Its Summer!
Followd by today's offering:
A Pig Roast, Grateful Dead Beer?, Kage Baker on Terry Gilliam, live music from Penguin Cafe Orchestra, another look at Chicago’s Field Museum and Other Summer Matters

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Ber Late Than Never

This biweekly publication schedule at Green Man Reveview has got me completely screweed up. It's late, but here itis: What's New at Green Man Review for June 13:
Oysterband Gone Trad, Constantine Isn’t That Hair Colour, Music to Tickle Your Fancy, Yet More Chocolate, Anthony Bourdain, Gaiman’s Sandman and Other Matters
You know the drill. Enjoy.