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From: m.driussi@genie.com
Subject: (whorl) Urth-Man Extraordinary
Date: Mon,  2 Jun 97 21:15:00 GMT

[Posted from WHORL, the mailing list for Gene Wolfe's Book of the Long Sun]

Reply:  Item #4111204 from WHORL@LISTS.BEST.COM@INTERNET#

Ron Crown,

I'm happy to have helped out and find myself quite impressed that you
already possess the artifacts (after all, =that= is the hard part!).
By all means start on that annotated list of secondary sources

"It's not just for me," he said selfishly, drooling with open
avarice.  "Think about all the others . . . there must be

Since I got in trouble with Galactic Central UK for the incomplete
info I gave in AE&2, my albatrosspenance is to write that:

Outside of the US, "Urth-Man Extraordinary" is available (2.50 pounds
sterling) from

Phil Stephensen-Payne
25A Copgrove Road
West Yorkshire

(Tell him I sent you and maybe they'll take this stinking bird off my

Everybody who does not already have it must buy this Gene Wolfe bibliography
=right now=.  That means =today=.

I can't remember how I ever found out about it (probably it was Dan Knight of
United Mythologies who mentioned it?), but once I got a copy I discovered
many things for the first time, including: Crampton's "Book of Gold" fanzine,
obscure Wolfe stories, and more.  Galactic Central has forty-two titles or
more--I've also bought copies of their biblios on Jack Vance and Edgar Pangborn,
both are excellent.  (I'm just about due to buy some new ones--who next? <g>)

They are inexpensive; they are good; they are good for you.


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