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November 01, 2013

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Todd Mason

My redux stack for today:
FFB redux: Richard Lupoff, ed. WHAT IF? (Vols. 1-3); Avram Davidson, MASTERS OF THE MAZE; Robert Bloch, COLD CHILLS; Alfred Bester, STARLIGHT; Fritz Leiber, SHIP OF SHADOWS; Peter Haining, ed, THE FANTASTIC PULPS; Jessica Amanda Salmonson, ed. WHAT DID MISS DARRINGTON SEE?; Joanna Russ: HOW TO SUPPRESS WOMEN'S WRITING (UTP 1985), TO WRITE LIKE A WOMAN (IUP 1995), THE COUNTRY YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN (LUP 2007); Vivian Gornick, THE MEN IN MY LIFE; Algis Budrys, BENCHMARKS CONTINUED

Richard R

Great Job doing FFB this time. Thanks.

Todd Mason

Seconded!

BV Lawson

Got it, Todd! Had to truncate the title a bit to make it fit.

BV Lawson

And thanks very much, Todd and Richard, for the kind words. Glad to help Patti out so that she can take some time off. Looking forward to Ross Macdonald next week!

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora)

Thanks for the Roos review (have read too few of their efforts) and for hosting the FFB.

BV Lawson

And thanks to you, Sergio, and Todd and Richard and all the other faithful FFBeans for your contributions through the years. I have such a huge TBR pile from new-to-me FFB books, I will need a couple of additional lifetimes to get through them all.

Kelly Robinson

I'll have to look for those Rue Morgue reprints. The series sounds charming. Thanks for playing host this week.

BV Lawson

Husband and wife duos seemed to fall out of favor for awhile, Kelly. Not sure why, because they can be a lot of fun.

Patti Abbott

Thanks so much, Bonnie. We had no Internet so I couldn't change your name until now.

BV Lawson

No internet? Sounds absolutely heavenly right now, Patti! I could use a little computer break for awhile - I think it does the soul good. Glad you got a nice vacation!

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