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From: "Roy C. Lackey" <rclackey@stic.net>
Subject: Re: (urth) 3 new chapbooks from Sirius Fiction
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 00:04:59 

>From: Adam Stephanides <adamsteph@earthlink.net>
>Subject: Re: (urth) 3 new chapbooks from Sirius Fiction
>Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 11:10:14 -0500

>I helped proofread the Crowley and PEACE chapbooks, and I can recommend
>of them (nothing against the CERBERUS chapbook; I just haven't had time to
>look at it closely).

>The PEACE chapbook is more of a reference.  It has a good essay by Doug
>Eigsti, family trees, a map and a timeline; but most of the book is taken
>with two lists: one of characters (six pages long!) and one of various
>people, places, things and words mentioned in PEACE.  Both lists have page
>and line references for each item: I was proofreading this while the big
>PEACE discussion was going on, and I found these lists invaluable for
>finding stuff in PEACE.

    As long as we're making commercial endorsements here, I might as well
chime in. I, too, did a bit of proofreading for the PEACE chapbook, and,
other than an unsolicited mention with regards to the timeline therein, I
have no vested interest in Sirius Fiction, so I feel free to endorse these
booklets. Mantis was kind enough to send me the PEACE and CERBERUS chapbooks
last month and I recommend them. I ordered the Crowley chapbook last week,
on faith, because I like Crowley's work and most of the articles were
written by list members. And hell's bells people, they're cheap! Buy them!

Catalog and errata sheet at http://www.sirius.com/~mantis/


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