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Joseph O’Neill’s Land Under England was originally published in 1935. O’Neill (1873-1953) worked for the Irish Department of Secondary Education where he was the head from 1923-44. He wrote a few novels on the side. Karl Edward Wagner included Land Under England in his 13 best science fiction horror novels. Sometime back, a friend of […]

Karl Edward Wagner’s story, “Neither Brute nor Human” to me, is one of the best satires on fantasy publishing that I have ever read. The story originally published in the World Fantasy Convention Program Book for 1983. ISFDB.org page has a question mark as to whether it is trade paperback size or not. I have […]

One of the strangest pieces of criticism on Robert E. Howard was an essay called “Broadswords and Cardboard Barbarians” by Gary Hoppenstand from a small press publication called Starwind (Spring 1976). Gary Hoppenstand edited the small press magazine, Midnight Sun in the middle 1970s. Hoppenstand published Karl Edward Wagner in Midnight Sun within the first […]

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