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May 09, 2011

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I was thinking of you not too long ago - John left a vm saying he was bored driving to see Wolgemut 'with friends'. When he later said he'd been there with you, I muttered about being specific, it wasn't like I didn't know who you or Erick are...

And do I hear rumor I might see you in August in PA?

(What's the first book in the Wells trilogy?)

Also, please think about possible papers for K'zoo next year.

Bravo, Susan!

How exciting! Congratulations!

Congratulations, how wonderful! I approve of your impulse to look for more fantay books with fascinating settings you could be invited to.

Sisuile: The first book of that trilogy is 'The Wizard Hunters', but I would read 'The Death of the Necromancer' first, both because the trilogy is somewhat a successor to it (a generation or two later) and because I consider it one of the best fantasy novels ever.

Congratulations!

Wonderful!

Sisuile:
I second Clifton's recommendation to read Death of the Necromancer before the Fall of Ile-Rien trilogy. I like just about everything Martha Wells has ever written.

August in PA is unlikely due to $$$.

K'zoo, alas, is probably out for me for the next two years because I have a recurring gig second weekend in May which I suspect will continue to recur, and that's when the Congress is in 2012 and 2013.

Re: K'zoo; AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW. Damn. *pout* Good for you on recuring gigs, though. Going to miss you.

Will go find book.

If the gig ever ceases or K'zoo moves weekends (it's not always the same one) I will be back, I promise!

I wish there was some way to send a paper for someone else to deliver.

Or maybe we need our own academic conference...

Wow, great news!

This is excellent. I have to say that if I've discovered anything with blogging, it's that no matter how obscure a topic you post on, eventually someone turns up looking for it. So it is not a surprise to me that your extensive and informed work on Kickery is paying dividends. I'd comment over there, but all I'd be saying is "I didn't know that. Very interesting."

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