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Billion Year Spree – further thoughts


Just finished The Neried. About myths, legends and homelessness; set in Blackpool. Just started Core. Set in the core of the Milky Way, in the Galactic Bar. Explores aliens —lots of aliens —sexuality and that kind of thing. ETA: unknown … Continue reading

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My Fantasy Influences


I sometimes reflect on the circumstances surrounding Michael Moorcock’s New Worlds. It was the premier British SF periodical and at the time had a reach that, though it didn’t rival that of the American offerings, was substantial. Under his stewardship, a significant … Continue reading

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New Worlds


New Worlds …Originally started life as a fanzine: Novae Terrae. It became New Worlds in 1939 when John Carnell became editor and converted to professional publication in 1946. John, who also edited Science Fantasy as well as New Writings in … Continue reading

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