(urth) Suggestions for podcast episode on "Peace"

Fred Kiesche godelescherbach at gmail.com
Tue Nov 12 09:02:15 PST 2013

Thanks, Marc--I've got both "Shadows" and also "Attending Daedalus", so
I'll check them both for the interview.

If you can do anything on Peace, that would be fantastic--but please don't
go nuts on our account it you are pressed for time. I don't expect we'll
record until mid-December and if you can't get to it, I can always add
links as a comment on the post that accompanies the podcast episode if need

Many thanks!

On Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 11:52 AM, Marc Aramini <marcaramini at yahoo.com>wrote:

> I am in 1974 on Wolfe's fiction ... If you want I can write a fairly
> comprehensive essay by the end of November on 1975's Peace along with a
> general "metonymic reading" strategy for Wolfe's work.
> I will have to skip over Forlesen and come back to it, as the novellas
> take too long to thoroughly explore.
> Lots of excellent work has been done on Peace because Wolfe gave away the
> key details in an interview without obfuscation, so there is less room for
> disagreement. I believe it is collected in Wright's Shadows of the New Sun
> (not the tribute anthology)
> Sent from my iPhone
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