Happy Holidays–and Thank You (returning Jan. 9)

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(Thanks to Jeremy Zerfoss for the WFR holiday e-card.)

I would just like to wish everyone happy holidays, and thank you for reading both here and at Weird Fiction Review (where we just published our last, very exciting, posts for the year.)

It’s been a long year, but a productive one, and it has been enriched by knowing so many creative, talented, wonderful people.

This blog will be on hiatus until January 9. In the meantime, feel free to use this thread to tell me what you’re up to.

Also check out Omnivoracious.com, where some of my pre-scheduled posts, including overlooked books from 2011, will run over the holidays.

Much Love,

JeffV

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