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August 22, 2014

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Sergio (Tipping My Fedora)

Fascinating stuff Bonnie - not an author I am even remotely familiar with but I'll have to see if I have some Italian translation lying around at my parents place!

TracyK

Very interesting; I have not heard of Hartley Howard but there are plenty of his books available on Abebooks so will have to try one. Too bad we don't know more about him.

Thanks for picking up my review of The Ivory Grin for the Forgotten Friday post.

Kelly Robinson

Thanks for collecting the links!

BV Lawson

These are really hard to find, Sergio - at least in English. I got lucky that my local public library had a copy!

BV Lawson

You're right, Tracy - there are some used copies up on Abe Books (and maybe eBay and other similar sites). Maybe if you have a good used bookstore nearby, there might be a few copies lurking there, too. :-)

BV Lawson

I'm always happy to help give Patti a much-needed rest, Kelly! Looking forward to your reviews in the future, too. Keep 'em coming!

Todd Mason

Excellent as always, Bonnie! You didn't miss mine, I'm just as late as usual of late:

FFB: THE STORY OF STORY MAGAZINE by Martha Foley (assembled and notes added in part by Jay Neugeboren), W.W. Norton 1980

http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2014/08/ffb-story-of-story-magazine-by-martha.html

BV Lawson

Just added the link, Todd! And it's no problem being late - these posts will hopefully be floating around cyberspace for a very long time....

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