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Gene Wolfe for N00bs - An Interview with Marc Aramini

I haven’t read much of Gene Wolfe’s work, even though everybody tells me it’s fantastic. There are 25 novels and almost 10 short story collections, so deciding where one should start feels like a chore in itself (maybe we can christen it as the Moorcock Dilemma). 4,595 more words

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mraf reblogged this on Hoof&Hide and commented:

I thoroughly enjoyed this interview with Marc Aramini and can't wait to get my hands on a hard copy of his book (and volume 2 for that matter). Whether you've read Gene Wolfe or not this interview is certainly worth a few moments of your time.

Gene Wolfe for N00bs - An Interview with Marc Aramini

I haven’t read much of Gene Wolfe’s work, even though everybody tells me it’s fantastic. There are 25 novels and almost 10 short story collections, so deciding where one should start feels like a chore in itself (maybe we can christen it as the Moorcock Dilemma). 4,595 more words

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The Time Traveler's Almanac: The Lost Pilgrim by Gene Wolf

The Lost Pilgrim by Gene Wolf

Section: Mazes and Traps

Genre: Science Fiction

Rating: 3/5 Rating

That was strange… 969 more words

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Review of The Lost Pilgrim by Gene Wolfe

I found this a bit of a dry read. And yes, I had to finish it once I began. In some ways it was interesting. Clearly the main character and narrator, Pilgrim, was meant to be on the Mayflower, but ended up on a completely different boat heading in what appeared to be very much the opposite direction. 253 more words

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Swanwick on How To Read Wolfe

Another great post by Michael Swanwick over at Flogging Babel in honor of Gene Wolfe’s birthday. He shares the essay he wrote for the special Gene Wolfe issue of Science Fiction & Fantasy back in 2007.

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Happy Birthday Gene Wolfe!

I’m a couple days late mentioning it this year but Gene Wolfe celebrated his 85th birthday on Saturday, May 7th. So a very happy birthday to Mr. 21 more words

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Wolfe a 2016 Locus Award Finalist

The 2016 Locus awards finalists were announced yesterday with A Borrowed Man up for best Science Fiction Novel. Wolfe’s book about a clone of a long-dead author will be pitted against four others including Anne Leckie’s novel Ancillary Mercy, which is also up for a Hugo award this year as well. 105 more words

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