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By substitute on November 29, 2007
I knew Philip Pullman was a fan of my dad’s work; an interview with him that ended up in The Week caused some friendly interest and was much appreciated. Apparently he’s really, really a fan. Woo!
By substitute on April 15, 2007
edit: fixed markup so it actually makes cognitive sense I didn’t like Vonnegut. He had one good book in him (Slaughterhouse-Five) and then he kept writing it again. Norman Mailer had a similar trajectory. The war, then The Naked and the Dead, followed by celebrity and admiration and a string of terrible books. Vonnegut had […]