Category Archives: Chet Gottfried

A Little Fun in the Times of Coronavirus By Susan Hanniford Crowley

I hope Dragon’s Lair Comics and Fantasy doesn’t mind me sharing their poster. They are superb as I’ve bought things from them in the past at conventions. It demonstrates a lot of happy ways to say hi and keeping your … Continue reading

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Science Fiction Author Chet Gottfried With Monster Selection Part 2

From science fiction writer Chet Gottfried, author of the hiliarious SF novel Into the Horsebutt Nebula. In my previous piece, I discussed various types of monsters, from dinosaurs to snapping turtles. Today’s piece takes a different direction: bugs. When it … Continue reading

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Science Fiction Author Chet Gottfried With Monster Selection Part 1

Nights of Passion welcomes back my favorite science fiction writer Chet Gottfried, author of the hiliarious SF novel Into the Horsebutt Nebula. Monster selection is a specialist occupation, generally the providence of writers and artists, but almost everyone has views … Continue reading

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