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Jonathan Janz wrote:In case any of you are interested, I blogged about this wicked little gem tonight.The Lonesome PlaceHave a good one!
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rileybooks wrote:I always enjoyed reading August Derleth's tales, especially his non-Lovecraftian ones when he was speaking with his own voice.[...]
Oct 21 11 3:24 PM
On another issue, hands off my jockstrap! (It's okay, we Brits don't have them.)
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It was a series of stories he claimed to have written one a day for a week or so to make money.
Oct 24 11 12:54 AM
rileybooks wrote:I always enjoyed reading August Derleth's tales, especially his non-Lovecraftian ones when he was speaking with his own voice.There was one collection in particular that I liked, though I can't offhand remember its name. It was a series of stories he claimed to have written one a day for a week or so to make money. Oddly, they worked. I wish I still had that paperback now; I'd certainly reread it.
Oct 24 11 12:56 AM
Shrews wrote:Great blog. I liked August's non Lovecraft too, but some of the mix ups as well. Geek I guess.
I liked Mr. Campbell's completed Solomon Kane tales of Howard, too, but always wanted to know why he didn't run with the prompts left by REH in HAWK OF BASTI about the weird metals mentioned & alt racial structure of the tribe in the first parts of the tale. Ramsey, always meant to ask you that, but I liked the tales. SK and Bran Mak Morn were treasure troves unmined for a furtile mind.
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