Category Archives: Anne McCaffrey

Rest well, Anne McCaffrey

Too many good people have died this year. I was stunned to hear that Anne McCaffrey passed on 21st November 2011, and more stunned that she had passed without some sort of out-cry in the areas of the net that … Continue reading

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Poetry in Fantasy

So, this is a divisive thing. I’ve heard a lot of complaints about random poetical interludes in fantasy writings. The use in fantasy is no surprise, really. Much early fiction we know about was poetical. That’s how you got your … Continue reading

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