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SF Signal Welcomes Justin Landon!

We here at SF Signal HQ pride ourselves on three things:

  1. Our love of genre.
  2. Our uncanny ability to clear rooms quickly.
  3. Our outstanding team of contributors.

I wouldn’t have thought it possible to improve upon any these traits, and yet we are proud to note that Justin Landon has joined the SF Signal’s blog army!

Justin claims that his acceptance of our invitation was “accidental”…and that he’ll “notify the authorities if we don’t stop harassing him”…but we nevertheless convinced him to talk about himself in bio-like fashion. This is what he gave us:

Justin Landon is the Overlord of the genre blog Staffer’s Book Review (and occasional musings). When he’s not writing things of dubious value, he’s at the gym or being a dad. You can follow him on Twitter (@jdiddyesquire), which is strongly suggested lest you miss out on vital information that could someday save your life.

Welcome aboard, Justin! We’re thrilled you have proven yourself unable to dial 911. As a straightjacket-wearing member of the most questionably civilized bunch of bloggers found on the Interwebs, we may now let you in on one of the web’s worst-kept secrets: New Guy (that’s you) buys everyone else bagels! We’re not choosey when to comes to flavors…but let’s just say that favors are readily distributed immediately following the appearance of everything-flavored bagels in my presence.

While Justin is trying to figure out what he’s gotten himself into…check out the his first installment of his new column: Small Press Spotlight. First up: Small Beer Press!

Meanwhile, please join me in welcoming Justin to the team!

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.

5 Comments on SF Signal Welcomes Justin Landon!

  1. Welcome aboard, Justin!

  2. Thanks for having me. I promise to do my best. Bagels will not be provided. I find them overly filling and lacking in nutritional value. Perhaps an egg white omelet?

  3. Great idea for a column. Sometimes the small presses get lost in the fray, but I am sure there are many diamonds in the rough that remain relatively undiscovered.

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