godelescherbach at gmail.com
Sat Sep 21 11:51:37 PDT 2019
"How to Read Gene Wolfe"
In that fancy Folio Society edition:
Quality is bad on the video, but they even rode a merry-go-round together.
On Sat, Sep 21, 2019 at 11:41 AM Mo Holkar <mo at holkar.net> wrote:
> Wolfe and Gaiman were good friends, see eg:
> And worked together on A Walking Tour of the Shambles:
> At 14:49 21/09/2019, you wrote:
> >Hi there,
> >I just read Uncaged a story by Wolfe collected in 'Rags and Bones'
> >about a shape shifting lady. It seems a rather straightforward story
> >but maybe it isn't. Neil 'American Gods' Gaiman is one of the
> >collectors. What was his relationship with Gene Wolfe? He acted once
> >the great defender of George 'Winter where art thou' Martin after
> >complaints by fans about the next installment who feared Martin
> >would do a 'Robert Jordan' on them.
> >Urth Mailing List
> >To post, write urth at urth.net
> >Subscription/information: http://www.urth.net
> Urth Mailing List
> To post, write urth at urth.net
> Subscription/information: http://www.urth.net
F.P. Kiesche III
Husband, Father, Good Cook. Reader. Keeper of abandoned dogs. Does not fit
into a neat box or category. "Ah Mr. Gibbon, another damned, fat, square
book. Always, scribble, scribble, scribble, eh?" (The Duke of Gloucester,
on being presented with Volume 2 of The Decline and Fall of the Roman
Empire.) Blogging at Bernal Alpha. On Twitter as @FredKiesche
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Urth