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Bob Dylan Winner of Nobel Prize in Literature Yes, it’s true. For my generation — us Boomers — most of our great writers are our Singer-Songwriters. They sang our lives. So I cheered at the Announcement. Nobel … Continue reading
The Walter Lantz Story: Woody Woodpecker, Andy Panda, Chilly Willy & the Beary Family – A Tribute “Guess who? Ha-Ha-Ha Haaa Ha!” “Everybody thinks I’m crazee-ee-ee. Yessiree, that’s me, that’s me. That’s what I’m cracked up to be. … Continue reading
L Sprague de Camp’s ZEI Novels in the Edgar Rice Burroughs Tradition “On a fine clear morning, the sun rose redly over the rim of the Banjao Sea. The rising sun, which the Krishnans call Roqir and the … Continue reading
Growth of the Soil by Knut Hamsun My rating: 5 of 5 stars Over the years, I’ve discovered writers who take you into the very heart of Humankind: which means they really took me into the living heart of all … Continue reading
For many of us Boomers, our introduction to Chimpanzees was in the old Tarzan movies. Cheeta (based on Nkima the monkey in Edgar Rice Burroughs’ stories) was a tame, comical companion who readily sought out help when a human … Continue reading
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS: A Tribute to Tarzan’s Creator Most of my boyhood heroes were writers. As I’ve said before, my first literary hero was Sir Charles G D Roberts. Almost forgotten today, Canadian Roberts was once as … Continue reading
Farley Mowat Tribute to a Hero When Farley Mowat first announced that he had written his last book, I was mad at him. “How dare you, Farley?!” Not as mad as I was when Kurt Vonnegut made … Continue reading
We’ll go Out There, of course. And we’ll colonize. We’ll do whatever it takes. We’ll adapt. Genetic engineering, if necessary. We’ll have wings. Or gills. Maybe not WHEELS (Ejler thought that one was over the top). And Someday… … Continue reading