The first reading from the book is what Neil calls “liner notes”. I know what he means here. The writing you used to get with vinyl LPs back when Neil and I were kids was often very impressive. Music journalists seem to get away with so much more style. Every time I tried to do something creative with a review in Emerald City I’d get a stern talking to from people who thought that book reviews must always be serious and objective. Anyway, I would have been a useless music journalist. Neil, on the other hand, would have been rather good. Here he is.
13 thoughts on “Amanda & Neil at Chapters”
What. So now *I* have to live *my* life on the wrong side of an Ampersand?
Nope, you had your turn in the earlier posts. Equal opportunities and all that.
Besides, they’d never let me back into WisCon again if I hadn’t spotted that.
BTW, the original video is much better quality. If you and/or Amanda would like copies, let me know.
Please can you bring this review copy to p-con or must you return it???
That’s down to Neil and Amanda. If they would like me to do so then I will.
wish i’d been there! thanks for putting the photos in!
My pleasure, thanks for dropping by, and also for taking such great photographs. (I love the one of Greg Frost in the library too.)
Thanks for putting up the videos and pics- my son couldn’t quite see or hear all of the proceedings so its great to have everything in one place!
If that’s any comfort, the French spell it “ukulele” as well.
Just pronounced differently.
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