Another busy week in our Pornokitsch parts. In case you missed anything, here's a recap:
- The 2010 winner of the Golden Tentacle for debut author: Maurice Broaddus. He picked up the prize for King Maker.
- Reviews of our last two Kitschie finalists: KJ Parker's The Folding Knife and Jean-Christophe Valtat's Aurorarama.
- Monsters & Mullets endured David Carradine in The Warrior & The Sorceress (1984).
- Underground Reading suffered through Edward Moore's Flight 685 is Overdue (1960).
- Some tips on packing for the upcoming SFX Weekender (plus some bonus discussion on convention attire).
- Some chat about half-remembered books and great recent book covers (no corsets or hooded men were allowed).
Next week, we're announcing the 2010 Kitschie winner (as well as one special Kitschie). We'll do our best to squeeze in all the reviews we can before hitting the road for SFX.