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Myths for the Modern Age
Subtitle: Philip José Farmer's Wold Newton Universe.
Anthology edited by Win Scott Eckert.
With 19 essays by different hands, and another 9 items by Farmer himself:
"Introduction: Myths for the Modern Age" - Win Scott Eckert
"Wold-Newtonry: Theory and Methodology" - Dr. Peter M. Coogan
"The Arms of Tarzan" - Philip José Farmer
"The Secret History of Captain Nemo" - Rick Lai
"From Pygmalion to Casablanca: the Higgins Genealogy" - Mark K. Brown
"A Reply To "The Red Herring"" - Philip José Farmer
"The Daughters of Greystoke" - Chuck Loridans
"The Green Eyes Have It–Or Are They Blue?" - Christopher Paul Carey
"The Two Lord Ruftons" - Philip José Farmer
"Kiss of the Vampire" - John A. Small
"Name of a Thousand Blue Demons" - Cheryl L. Huttner
"The Great Korak-Time Discrepancy" - Philip José Farmer
"Asian Detectives in the Wold Newton Family" - Dennis E. Power
"This Shadow Hanging over Me is No Trick of the Light" - Jess Nevins
"The Lord Mountford Mystery" - Philip José Farmer
"The Magnificent Gordons" - Mark K. Brown
"The Legacy of the Fox: Zorro in the Wold Newton Universe" - Matthew Baugh
"From ERB To Ygg" - Philip José Farmer
"Who's Going to Take Over the World When I'm Gone?" - Win Scott Eckert
"Jungle Brothers, or, Secrets of the Jungle Lords" - Dennis E. Power
"A Language For Opar" - Philip José Farmer
"Watching the Detectives, or, the Sherlock Holmes Family Tree" - Brad Mengel
"Fu Manchu Vs. Cthulhu" - Rick Lai
"Jonathan Swift Somers III" - Philip José Farmer
"John Carter: Torn from Phoenician Dreams" - Dennis E. Power and Dr. Peter M. Coogan
"D is for Daughter, F is for Father" - Mark K. Brown
"The Monster on Hold" - Philip José Farmer
"Travels in Time" - Loki Carbis
"A Review of Final Menacing Glimpses" - Art Bollmann
"A Biographical Note about Philip José Farmer" - Mike Croteau.
COVER TEXT:
In his classic "biographies" of fictional characters (Tarzan Alive and Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life), Hugo- and Nebula-award winning author Philip José Farmer introduced the Wold Newton family, a collection of heroes and villains whose family-tree includes Sherlock Holmes, Fu Manchu, Philip Marlowe, and James Bond. In books, stories, and essays he expanded the concept even further, adding more branches to the Wold Newton family-tree. Myths for the Modern Age: Philip José Farmer's Wold Newton Universe collects for the first time those rarely-seen essays. Expanding the family even farther are contributions from Farmer's successors—scholars, writers, and pop-culture historians—who bring even more fictional characters into the fold.
PUBLICATION HISTORY
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FIRST PUBLICATION
Austin, TX: MonkeyBrain Books
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ISBN 1-932265-14-7
trade paperback (23×15cm)
10/2005
392
$ 14.95
John Picacio
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