Stargate Monuments


Martha Wells

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My email is down, I don't know for how long. So that's a great start to the day.

eldritchhobbit's new book: The Intersection of Fantasy and Native America: From H.P. Lovecraft to Leslie Marmon Silko Now an international, multi-ethnic, and cross-disciplinary group of scholars investigates the meaningful ways in which fantasy and Native America intersect, examining classics by American Indian authors such as Louise Erdrich, Gerald Vizenor, and Leslie Marmon Silko, as well as non-Native fantasists such as H.P. Lovecraft, J.R.R. Tolkien, and J.K. Rowling.

Fun for the Whole Family: Traversing the Texas Book Festival "They fuck you up, your mum and dad," Philip Larkin once famously wrote, and, yes, I suppose mine did me, if not in particularly interesting ways. But what my parents indisputably did right was put books in my hands at an early age.

For marycrawford: Tantor Audio Readies Four Sherlock Holmes Titles

From WebUrbanist: Ten of the Most Chilling Haunted Castles in the World

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Thanks for the shout-out and the castles link!

Hey, thanks for the link! Cool that they're doing unabridged audiobooks of the Holmes novels, that's always a plus; though I will admit to always skipping the Mormon bits in STUD, ahem.

Hope your email comes back soon, that's really annoying.

I think it's finally back now. :fingers crossed:

Wow... I actually worked with Tantor back in 2002 recording the top 5 CliffsNotes titles. I know that they moved back to CT around the time that the owning couple had their first child. Glad to know they're still around!

ooh, thank you so much for the first and last link! I really don't know much about intersectional literary theory at all, and this looks like a great book to check out to start with.

And chilling haunted castles, well. that's just *cool.* :D

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