Monday, March 09, 2009

Unseen Zelazny

NESFA Press has very kindly sent along the Collected Stories of Roger Zelazny, Vols. I and II (of a projected six).

There are many stories in here that have never been collected before. And an introduction by me, but never mind.

I anticipate nothing but glorious reading pleasure for many days to come.

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Blogger Jvstin Tomorrow said...

And best of all, hopefully there will be four more volumes after these two.

That reminds me--need to pick up these two...

5:42 PM  
Anonymous Rebecca S. said...

Lovely. Just last year I reread the Amber books for the first time in a long time, so I'm primed for more. I know there's a lot of short fiction I've not read, even beyond the short fiction no one's seen. I'm off to . . . .

9:55 PM  
Blogger Jvstin Tomorrow said...

In some respects, as much as I love them, I realize that the Amber books are far from the best things that Zelazny wrote, and he often wrote better at short length than long.

3:28 AM  
Anonymous Lawrence M. Schoen said...

They're gorgeous! The first thing I did when I arrived at Boskone last month was to make a beeline for the NESFA table and buy my copies.

6:46 AM  
Blogger Ty said...

If I one day wrote something 1/100th as good as Lord of Light, it would make me insufferably arrogant.

Good thing that it's vanishingly unlikely.

12:17 PM  
Blogger Ralf the Dog said...

Rodger Z. is one of my favorite authors. My Kindle will arrive tomorrow. I think this book will be the first I download (If it has been kindleated).

3:22 PM  

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