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Promenade with Square Dancing Book

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Teddi Robinson's new book Do-Sa-Do, The Dance of a Lifetime, includes her experiences and a full instruction set for fifty type of square dancing moves. If you don't know a half sashay from an allemande, or your wheel around is in a twirl, then peel your ferris wheel and slide on through.

Grab your partner!

Written by: dave
Thursday, April 03, 2014
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Interview with Gear-Up's Christy Smallwood

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BlackWyrm is sponsoring the Gear Up business training in Louisville on March 25. Christy Smallwood, owner of Arkham Executive and chief organizer of Gear Up. Christy talks about the conference and her book, The No Rules Way, in this interview.
Written by: dave
Friday, March 21, 2014
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Sci-Fi and Fantasy at MidSouthCon

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Georgia L. Jones and Michael D'Ambrosio will represent BlackWyrm at MidSouthCon, in Memphis, TN, March 21-23.

Besides BlackWyrm, be sure to visit with our friends Allan Gilbreath, Alan Lewis, David Blalock, Melissa Gay, Lee Martindale, J.L. Mulvihill, Kimberly Richardson, Sean Taylor, M.B. Weston, and the inimitable Stephen Zimmer.

Written by: dave
Friday, March 21, 2014
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Cry Havoc and Let Loose the Hounds of Horror

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Come see BlackWyrm at HorrorHound Weekend in Cincinnati, March 21 - 23. We'll have several booths full of horror, fantasy, and science fiction novels from local and regional authors. Plus we'll have a selection of horror-themed games as well.
Written by: dave
Friday, March 21, 2014
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Game Manufacturers Association (GAMA) Trade Show

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BlackWyrm's Vice President of Game Development is at GTS this week. Hundreds of distributors and retailers are there to see the latest thing in games, and to plan out their inventory orders.

Our focus this year is our erasable gaming maps. Fantasy, historical, modern, and science fiction erasable vinyl maps with one inch squares (compatible with most miniatures) are on hand. Some are ready for immediate order, and some are prototypes that will roll out as the year progresses.

Written by: dave
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
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