doctorow at March 27th, 2014 21:01 — #1
space_monkey at March 27th, 2014 22:27 — #2
Kalimantan is one of my favorite books. He strikes me as a kind of like PKD: obscure while he was alive, but destined to be considered a literary great in thirty years.
kgimedia at March 28th, 2014 00:31 — #3
I read BoingBoing every day and have for years. This may be my 2nd or 3rd comment and I really hate my reason especially on this type of post but....
"back in 20095" I'm thinking 2009 but could be 1995.
murtagh at March 28th, 2014 01:25 — #4
Nah, 20095, he was a time traveler mate.
palmer_eldritch at March 29th, 2014 15:59 — #5
Lucius Shepard is the only author aside from Thomas Disch whose works I've bought at secondhand stores whenever I've seen them, regardless of my financial situation, just to pass them on to the uninitiated. The Nabokov of Weird Fiction, he was! Miss losing myself in his worlds already.
doctorow at April 1st, 2014 21:01 — #6
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