Paul's collaborative writing on the web

The Inferior 4+1 is a Livejournal community maintained by Paul, lizhand, Paul Witcover, lucius-t and ljgoldstein.

Recent posts:

  • E-Publishing Vanishing Point February 6, 2016
    My second novel Vanishing Point is now officially e-published. It’s only $3.99 and apparently a free read if you have kindleunlimited.  I love the new mysterious cover! The link is: http://mybook.to/vanishingpoint
  • My First Kickstarter! February 6, 2016
    Friends--please drop by the page below and see what an exciting project the fabulous artists Orion Zangara and Derek Chase and I have cooked up!Thanks in advance for your attention.I will be reporting our progress at intervals.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/853786287/the-black-mill-comic-book-issue-zero
  • New Review at LOCUS ONLINE February 4, 2016
    Here's my take on a new best-of collection:http://www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2016/02/paul-di-filippo-reviews-ben-bova-2/
  • Weighing Shadows Made the Locus Recommended List! February 2, 2016
    Yay!Oh, and other fine books and stories are on it as well.  The full list is here.
  • Anonymous Endorsement January 31, 2016
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  • Brackett & Hamilton January 28, 2016
    Courtesy of Mike Resnick's Facebook page.This vibrant photo seems to have been taken just yesterday.

The Weird Universe explores a human and natural cosmos that is not only stranger than we imagine, but stranger than we can imagine. The usual suspects are Paul Di Filippo; Alex Boese, curator of the Museum of Hoaxes; and Chuck Shepherd, purveyor of News of the Weird.

Recent posts:

  • Holland Girl ISO American Boy
    1959: A Holland girl sent a letter to North Dakota addressed "To a Nice Boy" seeking someone with whom she could correspond. You can sense in her letter the kind of suspicions about identity that have become so familiar in the Internet age — that you often don't know people's true identity online. You just know who they're claiming to be. But of course, how do we know that "Holland girl" was really a girl? The Gastonia Gazette (Gastonia, NC) — Dec 31, 1959
  • Wrong Car
    Similar to Alex's post of a day or two ago! How often does this kind of thing happen? Original article here.
  • Fondled while floating to earth
    1997: Cockrell couldn't keep his hands to himself. Bonus: the skydiving school was in Climax, North Carolina. The Des Moines Register - Feb 9, 1997
  • Happy the Cowboy Ventriloquist Dummy
    "Happy" looks anything but, as if he's battling the DTs. Does his cigarette really emit smoke? Original ad here. (Page 35.)
  • Thought he was Jerry
    So who was this Jerry, and what did he do? I guess we'll never know. Arizona Republic - Jan 29, 1953 Man Stabbed With Apology SAN FRANCISCO (INS) — Lawrence Bridges, 32, San Francisco Municipal Railway bus driver, reported to police that he was stabbed by a man who then leaned over him and said: "Oh, pardon me, I thought you were Jerry." He was stabbed twice, in the cheek and shoulder, as he walked on Sutter Street near Fillmore. He will recover.
  • Horsford’s Acid Phosphate
    What was once a patent medicine for "tired brains" and "seasickness" is now a hipster cocktail ingredient. Full story here.