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From: "Christopher R. Culver" 
Subject: (urth) Getting permission for translation of Wolfe story
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 19:58:31 +0100

Hello all,

I've translated "The Tale of the Town that Forgot Fauna" into Esperanto
and am hoping to submit it for publication. Knowing that getting
permission from the author would be the right thing to do, I wrote to
Tom Doherty Associates twice but never received a reply. I'm getting
rather impatient, and would hope to soon get an answer on whether I can
get this published or not (I stand to make no profit and, judging by the
reactions of my proofreaders, the appearance of this story would make
people buy Wolfe books, thus creating business for Wolfe and Tor). I
know Wolfe ocassionaly publicizes a PO Box to which one can write to get
copies of old Wolfe books, etc. Would writing to that be appropriate for
getting permission? If so, can someone please post the address?

Christopher Culver

TEJO-volontulo en la Centra Oficejo de UEA kaj TEJO
Retposxto privata: christopherculver@hotmail.com
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