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Gcw (Gcw)
Username: Gcw

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 86.145.240.86
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 11:46 am:   

Just so you poor authors believe I read your books, I thought I would just update you on my recent reading, with review snippets.

Since gorging myself on new books at September's Fantascon, I have read...

The Lost District - Joel Lane -Amazingly bleak, not really horror in the style of many others here, but all the more welcome for that, skewed & dark, sweetly brief, perfectly formed for workday lunchtimes. Loved it.

Coffin Nails - JLP...A polar opposite!_ Full of JLP touches, humour & a lightness of touch the man excels at, slightly long, I prefer my JLP in shorter burst a la Faculty, just seems to work better that way,maybe better as two volumes? though it would be churlish to complain at too much JLP (like having too much fine wine!). I had to forbid Soozy from reading this until I had - down girl!

Thieving Fear - RC. Prose as brilliant as ever. I didn't feel the plot and structure held together as well as some Campbells...But this is bearing in mind the almost impossible high standards that I, and I am sure the man himself sets himself. The amazing run of books RC has had lately, culminating in the near career best of Secret Stories and Grin Of The Dark, is difficult to beat.

Duma Key - Stephen King. My evening read, and has been for some time, I will beat it. This one feels a little like a hard meal to digest. The usual King warm & personal style of writing, but an arduous & slightly pretentious (ouch!) plot which makes this a lesser King. A shame after the superb Lisey's Story & the taut-to-the-bone Blaze.

Currently reading Simon Strantzas Beneath The Surface, with Zed's How To Make Monsters, and Ally's Bull Running For Girls to follow. Also have two Conrad William's novels to read for when I go on a much needed holiday to Mexico in May...

After that, I restock - Please arrange your release dates to suit ..!:-)

gcw

(PS - No particular reading order to the short story books incase anyone feels left to last...:-))
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.166.188.81
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 11:49 am:   

Nobody ever reads my 'Weirdmonger' book(2003)! :-(
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Gcw (Gcw)
Username: Gcw

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 86.145.240.86
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 11:51 am:   

Sorry Des, I ain't got it!

Where is it available?

gcw
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.166.188.81
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 12:06 pm:   

GCW, Amazon etc.

Info; http://weirdmonger.blog-city.com/weirdmonger_book.htm
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Gcw (Gcw)
Username: Gcw

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 86.145.240.86
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 12:46 pm:   

I will check it out Des.

gcw
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Zed (Gary_mc)
Username: Gary_mc

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 81.96.242.126
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 01:48 pm:   

Des - I just ordered a copy of WEIRDMONGER. For some reason I thought I'd already read the book, but I haven't.
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.166.188.81
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 01:51 pm:   

Thanks!!
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John Llewellyn Probert (John_l_probert)
Username: John_l_probert

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 90.208.214.38
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 06:07 pm:   

GCW - thanks for that! I'm delighted Coffin Nails did the business for you and I hope its does the same for Soozy as well. And you'll be pleased to hear that three out of the next four books (of which Catacombs of Fear is the first) will be a bit shorter.

Des - I've read Weirdmonger after I won it in one of your competitions! It gave me a headache, some weird dreams and a skewed sense of reality. I would therefore suspect that it succeeded admirably in its intentions.
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.166.188.81
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 06:57 pm:   

Thanks, John. The headache was not an intention. Or maybe it was. :-)
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Joel (Joel)
Username: Joel

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 91.110.159.51
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 11:34 pm:   

WEIRDMONGER rules. It's best read in smallish doses (otherwise you get punch-drunk), but the structure (many short-short stories) makes that easy. It's a measure of the DFL talent that even in this omnibus there are notable omissions, and choices among versions with which one might disagree. The only thing it lacks is illustrations, but your dreams after reading the stories will compensate for that.
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Joel (Joel)
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Posted From: 91.110.159.51
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 11:35 pm:   

Anyone who says there's no good weird fiction to read these days knows nothing. Not that anyone here would say that.
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Joel (Joel)
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Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 11:40 pm:   

GCW it's a source of real pleasure to me that John's book is not 'the polar opposite' of mine in any sense that implies conflict. In that we both believe in a wide-spectrum and inclusive genre in which quality and passion are what really matters, we're totally on the same side.
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John Llewellyn Probert (John_l_probert)
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Posted From: 90.208.214.38
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 11:44 pm:   

GCW it's a source of real pleasure to me that John's book is not 'the polar opposite' of mine in any sense that implies conflict. In that we both believe in a wide-spectrum and inclusive genre in which quality and passion are what really matters, we're totally on the same side.

Absolutely.
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Steve Bacon (Stevebacon)
Username: Stevebacon

Registered: 09-2008
Posted From: 90.213.27.228
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 11:45 pm:   

I've had 'Weirdmonger' for years. I have to say that I found it quite the opposite; the dreamlike quality of the prose tends to add to the overall sense of unreality. Due to the short length of the stories, I kept thinking, 'just one more', and I read it fairly quickly.

The gestalt of the book is like a warped dream, and you'll return to the imagery long after you finish the stories.
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Richard_gavin (Richard_gavin)
Username: Richard_gavin

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 65.110.174.71
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009 - 02:06 am:   

It's high time that the fiction of Des Lewis is shown some love, since not only has he been extremely generous with his thoughts on other people's work (mine included), but he is also an unequalled writer.

I have read WEIRDMONGER as well as "Agra Aska", and dozens of old 'zines from the extraordinarily obscure, Canadian 'zine "Lost" to "The Book of Dark Wisdom". I've been a huge fan of Des's for many years, ever since I discoverd "Flints" in Peter Crowther's TOUCH WOOD anthology. Des is also one of the few authors I wrote a fan email to back in the '90s.

When Colin Wilson described the stories of Guy de Maupassant, he said they were like oysters, meant to be devoured in great amounts. Des is like that for me. His stories are dense seeds which we take in and tend by our reading of them. Inside us they hatch and we realize just how potent that little two-page tale really was.

Des's sentences come at you like spears flung from obscure peripheries. He is the architect of tiny stories that house massive ideas and massive chills.

Long live the Weirdmonger!!!

Best,
Richard
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.166.188.81
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009 - 09:21 am:   

Thanks Richard, Steve and Joel. I didn't know who (beyond revieweres) had read (let alone 'enjoyed') "Weirdmonger". It's good to know at least you three did.
Sorry, I didn't really mean to *elicit* opinions. It was just a throwaway line in the context of the first post on this thread.
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Gcw (Gcw)
Username: Gcw

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 86.145.240.86
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009 - 08:05 pm:   

Des,

Selling books (or even music)involves the creator having to do a bit of 'nudging' -If you are like me, you love the process of creation...And loathe having to sell it.

I can't afford anymore books just yet, but Weirdmonger will be on the list of the next batch.

See! -it IS worth nudging us now & again!

gcw
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.166.188.81
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009 - 08:09 pm:   

Nudge, Nudge, Know what you mean, Live in Purley? :-)

(I lived in Purley area 1971-1994)
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Gcw (Gcw)
Username: Gcw

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 86.145.240.86
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009 - 08:12 pm:   

"...Say n'moere"

gcw
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Joel (Joel)
Username: Joel

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Posted From: 91.110.175.65
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009 - 08:24 pm:   

Des was the angel at the Purley gates.
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Des (Des)
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Posted From: 86.166.188.81
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009 - 08:27 pm:   

Joel was the Piper at the Gates of Dawn.
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Joel (Joel)
Username: Joel

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Posted From: 91.110.175.65
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009 - 08:30 pm:   

That was Lenny Henry. Bless.
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Des (Des)
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Posted From: 86.166.188.81
Posted on Monday, January 12, 2009 - 05:42 pm:   

Why Lenny Henry? Something to do with Tiswas?
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Joel (Joel)
Username: Joel

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Posted From: 217.37.199.45
Posted on Monday, January 12, 2009 - 06:33 pm:   

Married to Dawn French.
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.166.188.81
Posted on Monday, January 12, 2009 - 07:10 pm:   

Blimey! That's a good joke! But am I the only one who didn't understand it?
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.29.170.223
Posted on Sunday, April 19, 2009 - 11:55 am:   

I've just written a review of ISLINGTON CROCODILES by Paul Meloy:
http://weirdmonger.blog-city.com/islington_crocodiles__paul_meloy.htm
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.168.160.222
Posted on Sunday, August 30, 2009 - 09:53 am:   

Des - I've read Weirdmonger after I won it in one of your competitions! It gave me a headache, some weird dreams and a skewed sense of reality. I would therefore suspect that it succeeded admirably in its intentions.
==========================
It does that to me, too.
Actually I don't know if this thread needs to know but I recently real-time reviewed 'Weirdmonger' as objectively as possible here:
http://weirdmonger.blog-city.com/realtime_review_of_weirdmonger_by_df_lewis_by_d f_lewis.htm
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Carolinec (Carolinec)
Username: Carolinec

Registered: 06-2009
Posted From: 82.38.75.85
Posted on Sunday, August 30, 2009 - 08:26 pm:   

I can't believe anyone here hasn't read "Weirdmonger"! If you haven't, READ IT! It's one of the most amazing experiences you'll ever have.

PS: I'm not on commission or anything, am I Des? I'm just a huuuuuuuge DFL fan.
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 86.168.160.222
Posted on Monday, August 31, 2009 - 11:25 am:   

Well, thank you, Caroline, and can confim no commission was paid. :-)

However, I can count on two hands those who have told me they have read 'Weirdmonger' including those who I know by other means have read it without telling me directly!
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 217.43.29.197
Posted on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 12:16 pm:   

As the Weirdmonger book is mentioned a bit above, I thought I would formalise the fact here that this book is now out of print and I have thanked various people for this wonderful gig here:
http://weirdmonger.blog-city.com/weirdmonger_out_of_print.htm
Apologies to any I've forgotten.
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Joel (Joel)
Username: Joel

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 91.110.234.177
Posted on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 05:05 pm:   

You didn't thank Lettuce Weggs! Put that right quickly, before something that used to purr is deep-fried and then sent to you in the post. Lettuce has issues. (Mostly of small press magazines with your stories in.)
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Joel (Joel)
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Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 91.110.234.177
Posted on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 05:07 pm:   

P.S. I know you think Lettuce is a character if yours. She thinks you're a character of hers. Or if not, it could be arranged.
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Des (Des)
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Posted From: 217.43.29.197
Posted on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 05:28 pm:   

Done it, Joel.
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Carolinec (Carolinec)
Username: Carolinec

Registered: 06-2009
Posted From: 82.38.75.85
Posted on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 10:09 pm:   

You've called your cat Lettuce Weggs, Joel? That's brilliant! I think my next cat might just be called Feemy.

Sorry "Weirdmonger" is going OOP, Des. Glad I've still got mine! In fact, being the autograph-collecting freak that I am, I was thinking of bringing it along to WHC to see if you'd sign it for me?

Oh, and thanks for thanking me!
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 217.43.29.197
Posted on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 10:35 pm:   

Don't feel sorry, Caroline. It was me who decided it was out of print. :-)
All print rights have been withdrawn and the print facilities at printer have now already been destroyed.
I thought six years was enough. It was a good gig.
I shall be pleased to sign your copy of Weirdmonger. But don't make your suitcase too heavy. I'm sure you will have priorities of actual book buying when in Brighton.

PS: the above is about the paperback. The limited 50-copy Hardback of Weirdmonger (Prime / Cold Tonnage 2004) was sold out I believe some time ago.
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Steve Bacon (Stevebacon)
Username: Stevebacon

Registered: 09-2008
Posted From: 90.204.111.236
Posted on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 10:41 pm:   

And even though you thanked me, Des, I'd just like to say 'thank you' in return, for inspiring me in so many ways.

Apologies to the RCMB for all this mutual thanking...
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Craig (Craig)
Username: Craig

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 75.16.76.59
Posted on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 10:49 pm:   

Lettuce pray. The others ketchup.
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Stephen Theaker (Stephen_theaker)
Username: Stephen_theaker

Registered: 12-2009
Posted From: 62.30.117.235
Posted on Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 12:12 am:   

I don't think my copy of Weirdmonger is signed, but my copy of The Best of D.F. Lewis is. And better than that, I've got a signed submission from Des in a box of old fanzine materials, from August 1995. It's "A Little Girl Forever". If only the zine had kept going for one more issue I'd have had the honour of publishing him...
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Joel (Joel)
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Posted From: 91.110.240.10
Posted on Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 12:26 am:   

Caroline, Lettuce is not a cat. She's been a nine-year-old girl for nearly thirty years. She has unconventional ideas regarding literature and cuisine. She's the evil twin of Loretta in Nick Cave's 'The Curse of Milhaven'.
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Joel (Joel)
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Posted on Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 12:29 am:   

Des, Lettuce thanks you for the acknowledgement and promises not to cook you any pets unless you have pre-approved the recipe.
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Clive (Clive)
Username: Clive

Registered: 10-2009
Posted From: 81.104.165.168
Posted on Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 12:30 am:   

Sadly, i have to say that i did have a copy of Weirdmonger, and read about half of it and loved it. Wonderful tales Des. But then i moved away and had to be quite ruthless and sell most of my books. So, the sad news is that i don't have it anymore. But the good news is that the book was sold quite quickly from the shop i sold it into in Notting Hill (i know because i was working there at the time) and has gone off into a strangers hands and eyes. Plus, i fully intend to get another copy and carry on where i left off. So, a big plus really. I like anticipation.
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Joel (Joel)
Username: Joel

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 91.110.203.228
Posted on Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 12:48 am:   

P.S. There's now a Lettuce Weggs biopic. It's called Let Anyone In If They Bring Sherry Trifle.
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 217.43.29.197
Posted on Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 09:48 am:   

Thanks everyone above. Lettuce Weggs is Chelly Mildeyes' alter ego and relative of Padgett Weggs. She does grow up to be an old lady in Watch The Whiskers Sprout in 'Weirdmonger' (a recent reader's review of that story at that link).

Clive, presumably any spare copies of Weirdmonger available fort buying will now slowly diminish. Good to hear that at least one stranger has read or at least owned this book. :-)
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Clive (Clive)
Username: Clive

Registered: 10-2009
Posted From: 81.104.165.168
Posted on Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 01:46 pm:   

Well, i've just bought a new copy so i'll be looking forward to getting stuck into that when it arrives next week. :-)
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 217.43.29.197
Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 11:00 am:   

Thanks, Clive. It now seems 'Weirdmonger' has an 'out of stock' sign on Amazon UK that didn't exist a few weeks ago.

A query to you all.
I noticed yesterday - with some surprise - that 'Weirdmonger' is at least partially on Google books. Is this normal? Any of you with books out - are they on Google books?
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Ramsey Campbell (Ramsey)
Username: Ramsey

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 195.93.21.74
Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 12:01 pm:   

It sounds as if it has been digitally stored by Google, Des - is that your understanding?
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 217.43.29.197
Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 12:21 pm:   

Hi, Ramsey. Yes, the first 120 pages out of 400 are available to read on Google books. As I've recently asked for this book to reach a natural 'out of print' status after seven years, I have now asked for this Google book to be removed, too.

It was simply surprising. And I wondered how many of you have met the same situation.
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Allybird (Allybird)
Username: Allybird

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 80.47.103.170
Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 01:29 pm:   

'I noticed yesterday - with some surprise - that 'Weirdmonger' is at least partially on Google books. Is this normal? Any of you with books out - are they on Google books?'

I looked up Bull Running for Girls and unexpectedly found a review. I know that is not what you were asking but it made my morning to see a good review. Writers - needy - never : >).
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 217.43.29.197
Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 05:28 pm:   

Well done, Ally. :-)

Regarding my own point - a further question. Does an author have any say whether googleBooks reproduces his or her work. As I say, I was surprised when I stumbled across it yesterday.

Doesn't matter so much now, I suppose, as I'd already made WEIRDMONGER 'out of print'.
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Joel (Joel)
Username: Joel

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 91.110.211.146
Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 06:04 pm:   

If Google steal our work without permission, are we legally entitled to smash their avaricious faces and burn their premises down?
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Allybird (Allybird)
Username: Allybird

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 80.47.103.170
Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 06:04 pm:   

Thank you Des. I've had many excellent reviews of my collection now, including the six honourable mentions from Ellen Datlow, so all in all, I think I've done well with my first book.

As for GOOGLE I think that the publishing company gives or denies permission and there is an opt scheme.
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Allybird (Allybird)
Username: Allybird

Registered: 03-2008
Posted From: 80.47.103.170
Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 06:05 pm:   

Crossed posts with you there, Joel :>).
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Carolinec (Carolinec)
Username: Carolinec

Registered: 06-2009
Posted From: 82.38.75.85
Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 07:52 pm:   

Re this Google thing, I thought the situation was that an author had to "opt out" of having their books electronicaly available, otherwise they were put on there automatically. I seem to remember some discussion (possibly here?) about this when it first happened (not too long ago, if I recall correctly). The general feeling seemed to be (where ever it was I saw it) that Google were "stealing" an author's work. But then they're Google - I guess they don't care, they just think they're big enough to do anything they want?

Perhaps, Des, if you've now requested its removal, they will do so.
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 217.43.29.197
Posted on Monday, March 01, 2010 - 10:47 pm:   

No sooner is Weirdmonger out of print than I discover a quote from it in a Lexicon along with Keats, MP Shiel, James Joyce, Shakespeare and Clark Ashton Smith:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/reader/0982429649/qid=1267479540/ref=sib_books_pg?ie= UTF8&keywords=weirdmonger&p=S0FK&checkSum=s9CN0iyjvqpIcRWYTP6e6SuxaemAmhBhp3CO7R bke70%253D#reader-page
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Des (Des)
Username: Des

Registered: 06-2008
Posted From: 217.43.29.197
Posted on Tuesday, March 02, 2010 - 12:41 pm:   

A competition to win a now possibly rare 'Weirdmonger':
http://www.britishfantasysociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=2338.msg14914#msg1491 4

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