April 10, 2003 There's a new 'society' article that mentions Mr. Handler.
April 9, 2003 I blew my money on the coolest things yesterday! ASoUE "Magic 8 Ball" that can only warn of impending doom, and a Snickety board game that comes with little figures of the Baudelaires, Olaf and Mr. Poe (probably the closest to action figures we'll get until the movie's out). Let the mechandising onslaught begin!
April 7, 2003 Yesterday, Claudia Gonson of Future Bible Heroes mentioned that Daniel Handler will be performing "I'm a Vampire" at the FBH show this Friday in San Francisco. Just something to keep in mind if you can make it there.
Also in Northern California soon:
I just found this audiobook review from Independent.co.uk, By Christina Hardyment, 05 April 2003:
April 4, 2003 I highly recommend that you visit this relatively new site, as I enjoy it quite a bit: The Bad Beginning Think Quest Site.
April 3, 2003 Some Snicket events possibly near you:
The Times Picayune [Louisiana]
The Mercury News [SF Bay area, CA]
March 28, 2003 Just a reminder that you can still vote for Lemony Snicket over at The Red House Children's Book Award 2003. Have a fun weekend!
March 27, 2003 I'm going to interview Claudia Gonson & Christopher Ewen of Future Bible Heroes on my radio show on April 6, 10a-12p PST. You can listen live online: Quantum Foam.
March 26, 2003 I've posted the 5th Japanese cover in the gallery (as well as some French and German covers), there are two new 'articles' available, several new fansite 'links,' and UJilusahdluidg sent in the following fun info:
" It might have been just me, but I have noticed that there is a coded message under the sign for The Caligari Carnival. The sign reads What You Want To Hear, Guaranteed. Mix these letters up you ALMOST get The World is Quiet Here, except 4 a few missing letters. "
March 14, 2003 There's a new article up that's just barely Snickety, but still a fun read.
March 13, 2003 Today, the Washington Post reported the following event:
" Howard Calendar
On Monday, Publisher's Weekly posted the following info:
" As Time Goes By
March 10, 2003 There's a new article up about the difficulty of contacting Mr. Snicket. Also, I've decided to ignore articles that make only a passing reference to Mr. Snicket. Journalists now use ASoUE as a reference point when writing about any old series of unfortunate events. It's kind of bothersome.
March 7, 2003 I just noticed a dark photo of Mr. Handler on Stephin Merritt's website that's now available in the gallery.
March 6, 2003 There's a new article up about phobias that has very little to do with ASoUE. Also, Amy e-mailed me with the following VFD possibility: Violet's Favorite Drink! Amy's so cool.
March 3, 2003 Happy new month! The Times-Picayune reports:
February 28, 2003 I've become so morose over missing the Miserable Message Board, that I've started up my own board: The Lemony Discussion Board. Please behave yourselves here, as I will swiftly delete anything that upsets me. (I don't upset easily, but it can happen.)
If I had a radio for every time you love me so,
Radio Radio Radio Radio
If I had a ceiling fan for every time you made a plan
Hurricane Hurricane Hurricane Hurricane Hurricane...
February 27, 2003 Two new articles. One says that Mr. Snicket is up for a children's book award in the UK. The other reports that people from North Carolina are still working to get the Snicket film production in their neck of the woods.
February 26, 2003 New link, to a fun Edward Gorey fansite.
February 25, 2003 According to amazon.ca, The Slippery Slope will be released on Oct. 16 of this year (thanks to Quazmo). I find this a bit odd, as that date is a Thursday, and books are usually released on Tuesdays. At least, in the US they are.
February 24, 2003 More film news, as well as a couple of changes to the 'dates' page.
February 20, 2003 New director info is now available in the 'films' section!
February 17, 2003 Two new articles, one revealing that the first two Snicket books were originally titled The Miserable Marriage and The Good Guardian.
February 11, 2003 I received the Slippery Slope clue in the mail yesterday. For any of you who want to print out your own copy of the clue, it's now available in the gallery. I've also posted two new Snicket fansites, and I've at last gotten my Kill the Poor movie fansite up and running. It's still kind of empty, but there's more to come! Oh, and the movie's probably gonna be rated 'R', so it's not for little kiddies.
February 9, 2003 Someone finally received the Slippery Slope clue!
February 6, 2003 In fear of increased traffic causing server problems, I've moved 'Verifiable Film Data' over to geocities. All content remains the same. The new URL is http://www.geocities.com/lemonyfilm/
February 4, 2003 Another new but mostly useless article about the film's troubles is up in 'articles.' And for those of you wondering, I have no idea what happened to UE.net either.
February 2, 2003 Yesterday, the New Zealand Herald printed an article by a lady who loves Mr. Snicket's works, now available in 'articles'. He must be huge in New Zealand.
January 31, 2003 I've almost completed my Unauthorized Autobiography section. Please enjoy the results of my labor. Once this is totally done, I'll finally get started on The Carnivorous Carnival.
January 29, 2003 A new but completely useless article concerning Jim Carrey is now up.
January 27, 2003 Here's what I found on Neil Gaiman's site from January 24, 2003:
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