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“The Elderly Gentleman’s Song” by Peter S Beagle

Peter Beagle plays  "The Elderly Gentleman's Song." Peter Soyer Beagle (born April 20, 1939) is an American novelist and screenwriter, especially fantasy fiction.[1] His best-known work is The Last Unicorn (1968), a fantasy novel he wrote in his twenties, which Locussubscribers voted the number five "All-Time Best Fantasy…
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Peter S. Beagle interview – many adventures in a life of writing

Author Peter S. Beagle talks about his life and writing career, including socializing with the poetry and theatre crowd in his teen years, crossing the US on a motor scooter, and his work as a musician and dishwasher. He also…
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Naomi Novik interview – here there be dragons!

Author Naomi Novik talks about Her Majesty's Dragon and Throne of Jade, the first two books in her Temeraire series. The series is a fantasy version of the Napoleonic Wars - but with dragons functioning as an air force. She…
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Laurell K Hamilton interview – Danse Macabre

Best selling author Laurell K. Hamilton talks about Danse Macabre, the 14th book in her Anita Blake series. She discusses the relationships of the major characters in the series, both human and vampire, and how she manages the large cast…
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Maria V. Snyder interview -Storm Glass

Author Maria V. Snyder talks about her book Storm Glass, the first volume in the Glass Book series. This series follows characters in the same fantasy universe as her popular Study Book series. The interview was originally shown as part…
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Michael Swanwick interview – a look at the life of Hope Mirrlees

Award winning author Michael Swanwick discusses Hope-in-the-Mist, his non-fiction book about the life of Hope Mirrlees. He talks about her aristocratic life, her influential 1926 fantasy novel, Lud-in-the-Mist, and her poem, Paris. He also discusses his own recent fiction projects.…
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