I have just received the email with the schedule for the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Portland. I am excited to say that I will be a guest! If you are interested in seeing me, here is my schedule. It seems I will also be part of a signing so bring anything you want signed!
Reading 1: John Shirley (main stage of EOD) - Saturday 5:15 pm
Reading 2: Bullington, Martin, Nicolay - Saturday 8 pm
Reading 3: Goodfellow, Griffin, Rawlik - Sunday 3 pm
Reading 4: Bolivar, Opperman, Thomas - Sunday 4:30 pm
Reading 5: Burk, Lockhart, Morris - Sunday 6 pm
Reading 6: Brock, Dioses, Myers - Sunday 8 pm
Reading 7: Fuller, Wagner, Glancy Sunday 9:30 pm
Panel 3: the efflorescence of weird poetry - Friday 10 pm
H. P. Lovecraft considered himself a poet first and foremost: on the
1930 census form, he listed his occupation as “poet.” Yet, weird
poetry is largely overlooked by Lovecraft fans in favor of prose.
Poets in the weird poetry movement posit that poetry (particularly
formal metred poetry) is the most Lovecraftian medium of all, and the
best for expressing spectral moods and effects—for conveying the
vastness of cosmic horror. Joshi (M), Bolivar, Dioses, Brock, Myers,