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Lush Seperation

Graham alerts me to the fact there is another, better report of that panel. I need to read through it to make sure he is still wrong but two things first:

1) Each panelist has submitted a list of the best 50 or 100 works of fiction of all-time that are in some important way non-mimetic or fantastic, but would not ordinarily be regarded as sf, fantasy, or horror. We've compiled the lists and provided you all with a handout

Well, we've seen Graham's list but where is my handout?

2) Drummond says he’s going to play a Jethro Tull song during the panel! He says he doesn’t like the implication that slipstream has to be a downer.

Christ.
Tags: criticism, sf, slipstream
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