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From: "Kevin J. Maroney" <kmaroney@crossover.com>
Subject: Re: (urth) Compleate Wolfe
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 1998 14:07:14 

At 02:12 AM 12/17/98 GMT, Mantis wrote:
>The things that have appeared only in Cheap Street editions, well.
>You either buy it now or continue to have patience and pray that some
>white knight like Bryan Cholfin comes along to provide you with a
>less expensive copy.

I believe that most of the Cheap Street material has been made available in
less expensive forms: 

_Bibliomen_ is available in a new edition from Broken Mirrors Press; 

_Empires of Foliage and Flowers_ was reprinted in _Crank_ #1 and again in
the recent _The Best of Crank!_, from Tor; 

Of the pamphlets, two ("At the Point of Capricorn" and "The Boy Who Hooked
the Sun") were reprinted in the Gene Wolfe issue of _Weird Tales_, Spring

I hadn't realized how many Cheap Street Wolfes there were!

"The Arimaspian Legacy" and "Slow Children at Play", novellas, have not
been reprinted, nor has "The Old Woman Whose Rolling Pin is the Sun"
according to the sources I consulted.

Wombat, a.k.a. Kevin Maroney kmaroney@crossover.com
Kitchen Staff Supervisor, New York Review of Science Fiction

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