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SF Signal Welcomes John Anealio!

We’re getting even more biggerer!

We’re happy to announce that SciFi Songster John Anealio has joined the ranks of our esteemed Irregulars. Before he could realize the error of his ways, we asked John to talk (or even sing) about himself in the third person. This is what he came up with:

John Anealio writes songs about science fiction and fantasy. Alternate-tuned acoustic guitar picking, soaring synthesizers, and catchy pop hooks power his odes to androids, princesses, and vampires. He posts said songs, along with remixes and podcasts, as free MP3 downloads to his blog, every week. Anealio’s ascent to Sci-Fi music super-stardom began on that fateful day when he composed a catchy tune to John DeNardo’s (SF Signal’s poet laureate) lyrical tribute to Summer Glau. The sheet music to his song “The Ballad of Wilson Cole” will be appearing in the appendix of Mike Resnick’s upcoming novel: Starship: Flagship published by Pyr.

We’re as happy as Grateful Dead groupies to have John on our team. Welcome, John! As you already know (but probably forgot) New Guy buys everyone else bagels! Today I’m in the mood for an everything bagel. Pre-sliced. And toasted. With butter.

While John is taking our orders and running to the bagel shop, listen to his first post: a podcast-review of Terra Incognita: Beyond The Horizon by Roswell Six.

About John DeNardo (13012 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

3 Comments on SF Signal Welcomes John Anealio!

  1. Welcome John! I’ll have a cinnamon sugar bagel, please.

  2. John,


        I just wanted to let you know that it’s now impossible for me to either see Blade Runner or read the book without hearing “Rachel Rosen” in my head. When I first heard it, it was stuck in my head for days. Keep up the good work!



  3. Thanks Cheryl!


    Lisa, I’ll see what I can do about the bagel.  I do live in New Jersey, so we have good bagels here.


    John Anealio

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