The Fleas are Coming

I am having a serious Flea Market jones. I want to go to a flea market and buy some treasures.

Here is the up and coming schedule starting in April. I guess I’ll have to just hunker down and wait through the end of February and then March.

April 2 – Elephant’s Trunk opens. Good junky flea market. Lots of old SF, Vinyl records and an occasional microphone.

April 6-7 – Saratoga: Capitol Region Guitar Show (not a flea, but I’d like to go anyway)

April 21, 22 – Rhinebeck Flea Market. Good early market. Lot’s of commercial ventures and Antique stores, but also a good deal of junk found on the side of the road.

April 29, Stormville Airport Flea Market Opens. 75% socks and 25% Antique dealers, but there is a dealer in old pulp magazines that sells off some of the old stuff cheap. Also an antique dealer with a bunch of old Amazings from the 1920s. She comes a couple of times a year. I am wearing her down on the prices and I will eventually score a box of old magazines if I am patient with her.

 

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I started reading Science Fiction in the 1950s. I started Writing SF in the 1960s. Then, I had a life. Now I am retired, raising chickens and keeping bees. I am still an avid reader and I have sold about 70 stories in the last 20 years.
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