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THE DEEP ONES: Spring 2019 Discussion Schedule

The Weird Tradition

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1paradoxosalpha
Mar 20, 2:30pm Top

3-Apr "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe (1843)
10-Apr "The Mask" by Robert W. Chambers (1895)
17-Apr "The Night Wire" by H. F. Arnold (1926)
24-Apr "In Amundsen's Tent" by John Martin Leahy (1928)
1-May "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward" by H. P. Lovecraft (1943)
8-May "The Snail Watcher" by Patricia Highsmith (1964)
15-May "The Shadowy Street" by Jean Ray (1965)
22-May "The River Styx Runs Upstream" by Dan Simmons (1982)
29-May "A Redress for Andromeda" by Caitlín R. Kiernan (2000)
5-Jun "Herbert West in Love" by Molly Tanzer (2013)
12-Jun "The Coffin House" by Robert Aickman (2015)
19-Jun "Neithernor" by Richard Gavin (2015)
26-Jun "The Intoxicated Years" by Mariana Enriquez (2015)

We had 5 nominators, at least 13 selectors, and only 15 nominations, so this schedule excludes only two of the nominees. The top net vote was 11 for "The Shadowy Street" by Jean Ray.

2KentonSem
Mar 20, 2:34pm Top

Thanks, paradoxosalpha! I count 7 first-timers! Guess I might as well start "Charles Dexter Ward" now. :-D

3elenchus
Mar 20, 2:35pm Top

A strong slate despite the short list of nominations.

Thanks to paradoxosalpha for feeding the DEEP ONES yet another cycle ....

4AndreasJ
Mar 20, 3:15pm Top

Thanks again for keeping the circle running :hatsoff:

Strong showing by the 21st century: in particular, three 2015 stories! Record for the most stories of a single year in a season?

5WeeTurtle
Mar 31, 7:52pm Top

I've been having some trouble getting at some of the previous stories, or finding time to read them on computer. Hopefully this round will be a little more forgiving. School ends soon, so I'll have more inclination to spend spare time reading from screens if I can't get print or audio.

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