Thursday, April 29, 2010

End of Blog (For Now)

I've been a bit busy lately, so haven't kept up with blog postings (or cryptozoology news list postings) in the last month.

Because Google is shutting down their FTP service this week, I'll have to end this blog for now; I may add a different blogging platform in the future, but I'll keep the past postings up. For now, if you want to keep up with announcements, join the StrangeArk news list linked above.

I'm trying to finish up Varmints, which will be the next book in the series surveying North American mystery animals. This one focuses on North American mystery carnivores. It should end up between 650 and 700 pages, and is a larger book size than my typical 6x9 formats.

I'm also discussing the possibility of putting together a cryptozoology conference here in the Mid-Atlantic region, possibly this Fall. I still have to work out details, but I'd like to see a conference where researchers can present their work.



At 12:23 PM, Blogger Loren Coleman said...

Let me say that I, for one, look forward to this book. The subject of felids, canids, and other cryptic carnivores is one of the most neglected, yet clearly most popular topics among the general public.

The encounters with "mystery cats," for example, must outnumber any sort of Bigfoot-type sightings by a factor of 10 to 1, at least.

I certainly feel that having Chad on the case, due to his excellent bibliographical survey skills, will add much to the analysis of this segment of North American cryptozoology.


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