Have you ever wondered what Wonder Woman ate for breakfast? Wonder no longer. Insight Editions has published Wonder Woman: The Official Cookbook, due on Nov. 17 (you can pre-order now).
What is the difference between a Genre Traveler and a Genre Tourist? Is one “better” than the other?
That second question was a trick question because neither one is better than the other. Traveling as a tourist is great, and so is hitting the road as a traveler. In this post, I’ll go over what the difference is and provide some tips for making the most of either modality.
The Black Monarch Hotel has revealed its newest room: Bela Lugosi’s Dracula, a hotel room themed around the icon and cult phenomenon whose unique characterization of Count Dracula forever transformed pop culture’s portrayal of vampires.
Ancient Jewish legend tells of 36 righteous ones, tzadikim, people born into every generation who, even unknown to themselves, save the world through their own good deeds. In the near future, someone is murdering the righteous ones one by one and detective Eric Lonnrot and his friend, a traumatized genocide survivor, Nahum Applefeld, are racing to save them and, in turn, the world.
At least, that’s how the book starts out.
Due to the COVID pandemic, many vacation destinations are closed and most — if not all — SF/F/H conventions are either postponed until next year or going virtual (not same). What is a genre traveler who is chomping the bit to get out of the house to do? I’ve got some ideas for you …
Did the government orchestrate John Lennon’s murder? Did FDR withhold information that could have prevented the tragedy of Pearl Harbor? What really can be found in Area 51? These conspiracies and many more are considered in Paul Simpson’s That’s What They Want You To Think: Conspiracies Real, Possible, and Paranoid.
Bitter cold. Wild animals. Running out of food. Turning into a monstrous cannibal. These are all things you need to fear when trapped in an Ontario outpost in the middle of winter. At least you do if you inhabit the world of Brian Moreland’s horror novel, “Dead of Winter.”
You’ve planned your science-fiction-, fantasy- or horror-themed vacation. You know where you’re going and when. You’ve created a list of not-to-be-missed sites to see. And, of course you’ll have your handy cell phone camera to document your trip. But what about your genre travel journal?
Ghosts are everpresent in Baltimore…and there are several tours you can take to hear ghostly tales and explore haunted Baltimore.