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From: "Jeremy W. Crampton" <jcrampto@gmu.edu>
Subject: (urth) Wolfe News--from the Horse's Mouth
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 1999 12:08:35 

This interesting report on Wolfe's workplace, coupled with a piece in the
latest _London Review of Books_ on the advantages of properly purchasing &
archiving literary manuscripts while the author is around to enjoy the
benefits, prompts me to raise the issue of how the Wolfe manuscripts might
be archived. It is more and more common to see sf authors depositing their
materials in libraries (eg., Philip K. Dick). The LRB article also mentions
how Iris Murdoch and Stephen Spender made living archives.

Of course Wolfe may not wish to do this or may have already made other
arrangements, but I would encourage us to think about how his work can be
preserved while he is around.

Jeremy W. Crampton		         http://geog.gmu.edu    jcrampto@gmu.edu
Dept. of Geography & Earth Science
[MS 1E2]
George Mason University
Fairfax, Va 22030

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