(urth) Borski's 5HOC site

Dan'l Danehy-Oakes danldo at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 16:30:22 PDT 2007

OK, and there's also this family tree in there, in which it appears
that Severian is his own grampaw.


On 7/10/07, Rex Lycanthrosaurus <lycanthrosaurus at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> Several months ago I was able to touch base with Mr. Borski via the
> strangehorizons site, where quite a bit of his poetry has been appearing
> lately, and he told me Cave Canem has always been available as a
> download from a gmail account he set up expressly for that purpose.
> Apparently, someone here is supposed to pass the word every time a
> request comes up. I just tested the link and it remains valid, so for
> those interested, after you go to gmail.com, login with the following
> particulars:
> Username = rborski
> Password = CaveCanem
> I was also told that hard copies of the Concordance remain available
> from siriusfiction "for a pittance" and that a synthesis of the Cave
> Canem essays, containing Borski's most recent thinking about Fifth Head,
> can be found in his second book.
> Wonder at the same time if there's any way the Cave Canem material--with
> permission--could be wikified?
> On Mon, 9 Jul 2007 10:30:27 -0400, "aaron" <aaronsingleton at gmail.com>
> said:
> > Just curious to see if Borski's 5HOC site works for anyone here.  Each
> > time
> > I have tried to visit, I get a forbidden message.  It is very frustrating
> > as
> > I really want to read some of the content there.  If the site is dead,
> > are
> > there any places on the web where I can read some of the essays etc. that
> > were once kept on the site?  Thanks in advance for any help.
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