Good Grief, It’s OryCon Again!

Thanks to the astonishingly kind and forgiving folk on OryCon 39‘s programming staff (you’re better off not knowing the details), I will once again be a busy and active panelist this coming weekend.  For the four and a half people who may be interested*, here’s where I’ll be: Friday, Nov. 17 2:00 pm • Voice …

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Review: Spellcast and Spellcrossed (Barbara Ashford)

As at least some of my readership is aware, I have been a theater junkie — if a somewhat undernourished one — ever since junior high school (which is to say, for a scarily long time now).  I have, of course, also been an avid reader of fantasy for even longer than that.  And it’s …

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Role of Books: The Riddle of the Wren

from Dragon Magazine #92 (December 1984) The Riddle of the Wren Charles de Lint Ace Books Someone at Ace Books apparently decided that The Riddle of the Wren was destined for obscurity; I first saw a copy at a local 7-11 store, and the book still hasn’t shown up at most of the bookstores in …

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