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Clarkesworld Books Peralogue | joined 08 March 2004 | 75 posts


Any horror fans here? posted 29 September 2004 in Literature DiscussionAny horror fans here? by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

Hmm... don't think I've heard of Shaun Hutson. What kind of horror does he write?

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First Word that Comes to Mind posted 02 October 2004 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

Stolen. view post


Mindless Amusement: Type your Username with your elbows posted 02 October 2004 in Off-Topic DiscussionMindless Amusement: Type your Username with your elbows by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

clkarkeasworld books

Not bad. I seem to be better with my left elbow.

-Neil view post


Any horror fans here? posted 02 October 2004 in Literature DiscussionAny horror fans here? by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

I probably wouldn't like it if he is repetitive. That's a pet-peeve of mine.

Anyone read Thomas Ligotti?

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International Spec Fic posted 11 October 2004 in Literature DiscussionInternational Spec Fic by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

Quote: "Aldarion":3mtscwsk
Hey, just thought I'd poll people here for any outstanding works of fantasy, sci-fi, or horror that you know of that's been published outside North America or Great Britain.[/quote:3mtscwsk]

I have to give some credit to Prime Books for publishing some foreign authors I probably never would have heard of. Zoran Zivkovic is probably one of the better examples.

By the way, I'm assuming that you're also including Australia in with the US and United Kingdom. Lots of good stuff coming from there.

Small Beer published Kalpa Imperial: The Greatest Empire That Never Was
by Angélica Gorodischer, translated by Ursula K. LeGuin. Very good.

-Neil view post


Malazan.com posted 30 October 2004 in Off-Topic DiscussionMalazan.com by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

FYI: I was able to get to the Malazan forums tonight. Looks like they are back up.

-Neil view post


The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant posted 30 October 2004 in Literature DiscussionThe Chronicles of Thomas Covenant by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

I read the original Chronicles back in the 80s and enjoyed them. Can't say they shaped what I'll read. That honor goes to Harlan Ellison and Philip K. Dick. Still, this has a special spot in my memories and now that I have my hands on the new book, I'll definitely read it. I might wait a while though since I hate cliffhangers.

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Release Dates posted 06 November 2004 in The Warrior ProphetRelease Dates by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

Actually you only have to wait a couple of months for the US hardcover.

-Neil view post


First Word that Comes to Mind posted 15 December 2004 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

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US Trade Paperback Cover posted 02 June 2005 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeUS Trade Paperback Cover by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

So, it looks like Overlook switched to the cover on the US trade paperback. Look [url=http://www.clarkesworldbooks.com/book_1585676772.html:1opldhxv]here[/url:1opldhxv].

I liked the original cover better. I wonder why they switched to this. Am I the only one?

-Neil view post


Olympos by Dan Simmons... posted 02 June 2005 in Literature DiscussionOlympos by Dan Simmons... by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

I read a copy a little more than a month ago. (The perks of being a bookseller!) Excellent book. Simmon's continues to impress.

-Neil view post


US Trade Paperback Cover posted 05 June 2005 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeUS Trade Paperback Cover by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

Penguin Canada chose the original cover. This is one of the few occasions that I don't like the UK cover of a book. The French, however, wow... what were they thinking? <!-- s:) --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- s:) -->

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Books that have induced a mindfuck posted 19 August 2005 in Literature DiscussionBooks that have induced a mindfuck by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

How about the Illuminatus! Trilogy by Shea and Wilson? view post


Readercon posted 03 June 2006 in Tour and Signing InformationReadercon by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

It looks like Scott will be one of the authors attending ReaderCon this July. Seems like I'll finally get to meet him.

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Readercon posted 13 July 2006 in Tour and Signing InformationReadercon by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

No photos, but I can confirm that Scott was at Readercon. Great finally getting to meet him. ...and he was nice enough to sign a pile of books for my store.

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