Tag Archives: Felix Gilman

2012: The Books we Got for Christmas

Between actual books –brightly wrapped packages tied up with string (well, ribbon) – and gift card books, we did all right this year. Above is the pictorial representation of our haul. They include: Hide me Among the Graves, by Tim … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week

              “The natural form of the hallways and chambers seemed to be roughly hexagonal, or sometimes curved, like a vast snail shell; or sometimes complex and unfolding, like a fern.  An elaborate machinery extruded and snapped tightly into place. … Continue reading

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Why Write Fantasy?

 Go here to read Felix Gilman’s humorous confessional about why people really write fantasy.  It’s the December 4th post on the blog (Gilman is guest-blogging on Jeff Vendermeer’s site.)  It won’t take you but a minute.             Go.  Seriously, go … Continue reading

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