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The Worlds of Philip José Farmer (1):
Protean Dimensions
Anthology edited by Michael Croteau.
With 11 stories, 10 essays, and an interview:
"Editor's Preface" by Michael Croteau
"Foreword" by Paul Malmont
LOST WORLDS
"The Bite of the Asp" by Randall Garrett
"Newly Born, Newly Dead" by Philip José Farmer
"It Could Make a Great Fantasy" by Laura Wilkes Carey
"My Summer Husband" by Philip José Farmer
CLASSIC WORLDS
"Sail On! Sail On!" by Philip José Farmer
"Read On! Read On!" by James Gunn
"Comment on Sail On! Sail On!" by Philip José Farmer
PEORIA-COLORED WORLDS
"The Legend of Mishiwapo" by Philip José Farmer
"Philip José Farmer’s Adventures in Hollywood" by Jack Mertes
"Bordering on the Absurd" by Danny Adams
PARALLEL WORLDS
"Infamy" by Edward Morris
"Le Maréchal" by Paul Spiteri
EXPANDED WORLDS
"The Pollinators" by Rhys Hughes
"Is He in Hell?" by Win Scott Eckert, with a note:
"The Blakeney Family Tree" by Win Scott Eckert
"No Trees of Earth" by David Bischoff
"A Kick in the Side" by Christopher Paul Carey
"Flesh Endures" by Dennis E Power
"The Final Flight of Greatheart Silver" by Chris Roberson
POSTLUDE
"A Writer's Prayer" by Philip José Farmer
FROM THE EDITOR'S PREFACE:
Protean Dimensions. Two words attempting to describe a writer who eluded the conventional, side-stepped expectations, and denied even the need for boundaries. Philip José Farmer liked to kick down the walls that defined--and enclosed--genre fiction. When that wasn't enough, he blurred the lines between reality and fiction; just ask Sir Richard Burton, Mark Twain, Tarzan, and Kilgore Trout...
...Here's hoping The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 1: Protean Dimensions and subsequent volumes not only prove to be of historical value, but will help to spark the imaginations of new generations of writers and readers. That Phil's works will continue to splinter off new worlds, ensuring his legacy will endure far into the future.
PUBLICATION HISTORY
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FIRST PUBLICATION
(Lilburn, GA): Meteor House
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ISBN 978-0-615-37005-7
trade paperback (23×15,5cm)
06/2010
263
$ 20.00
Keith Howell
Limited to five hundred numbered copies.


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