*Checks calendar* What, it’s that time of the year already? Why yes! It’s time for:
If you told me back in 2015 that this blogathon would be going strong almost a decade later…well, I would’ve been darn pleased!
I’m excited about the variety of topics our participants chose this year (not that every year isn’t exciting) and I hope you are, too! My fellow bloggers always do a lovely job and I know our readers appreciate it. So let’s get to it!
Bloggers: Please send me the link to your post whenever it’s ready today or tomorrow! I’ll be updating the roster throughout the blogathon. Don’t forget that I’ll be holding a drawing for all participants, the winner receiving a copy of Buster’s talkie Doughboys (1930). The drawing is scheduled for March 15.
Readers: Drop by periodically to see the latest posts–and don’t forget that we bloggers love to read comments!
Wondering what the previous ‘thons were like? Here are the links to the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh aaaaand Eighth Annual Buster Blogathons–okay, I should really start a BK Blogathon Library page at this point!
Silent-ology | “Buster and ‘Big’ Joe Roberts, a Lasting Friendship” essay
Classic Film and TV Corner | Sherlock Jr (1924)
Silver Screenings | One Week (1920)
Cinematica | The Cook (1918)
Nitrateglow | “A Spotlight on Kathryn McGuire” essay
The Thoughts of One Truly Loved | “Inaudible Melodies” tribute video
Welcome to My Magick Theatre | Our Hospitality (1923)
Big V Riot Squad | “Buster Keaton’s Silent Shorts–Reel Two and a Half” essay
Taking Up Room | Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (1931)
Whimsically Classic | “Buster Keaton’s Influence on Lucille Ball” essay
The Inimitable BK | “Natalie Talmadge: The Early Years” essay
Hi Lea. Thank you for doing this blogathon again. Great idea about making a library page. My post:
Big V Riot Squad
Buster Keaton’s Silent Shorts — Reel Two and a Half
Thanks Joe, looking forward to reading this!
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Here’s my entry:
Thank you Kayla!
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