Calling Pittsburgh - in Lord of the Fantastic: Stories in Honor of Roger Zelazny

Steven Brust
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Lord of the fantastic : stories in honor of Roger Zelazny

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Fantastic, 5 stars. The afterword deserves another 5 stars. Gaiman concludes with, " What a testament to the man. A pretty good story, although a bit long for what it contained, I thought. As a testament to Zelazny, it deserves the highest rating possible. View all 9 comments. Jul 06, Gala rated it it was amazing.

Jul 20, Joy H. Jim's review contains an excellent reading list of the short stories included in this collection written by the authors who were influenced by Zelazny.. It was about a werewolf, as far as I could figure out. I didn't get it. Not much plot. Pretty gory stuff! What was that part about "under the sea", in italics, all about? A dream? What did it mean? I didn't understand the meaning of the title either. I then wrote the following: Jim, I've studied the links you provided to help me better understand the short story by Neil Gaiman about Larry Talbot the Wolf Man werewolf.

Wiki explains: " Also, I now understand the part about "under the sea". It was a reference to "a malevolent entity trapped in an underwater city", as explained in a Wiki article. I read the short story, "The Outling", by Andre Norton, which you recommended from the Lord of the Fantastic short story collection.

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I found that story easier to understand, about a half-human, half-wolf child trying to survive among humans. As you said in your review, it's a "morality story". It brings out one's sympathies as the child tries to be loyal while risking his own life. The title of the story is "Lethe".

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Lethe / Walter Jon Williams -- The story Roger never told / Jack Williamson not yet dead / Nina Kiriki Hoffman -- Calling Pittsburgh / Steven. Anthology Title: Lord of the Fantastic: Stories in Honor of Roger Zelazny • () story by Steven Brust; 82 • Afterword (Calling Pittsburgh) • () • essay by.

Lethe is a technique which enables man to live forever by programming his mind and genes. Reproduction is done differently. The concept is fascinating but I couldn't get into the story. I skimmed a bit but never finished. I will struggle on to find a story in the book which is more my level. I too thought the story was too long If it could have been boiled down, I might have been able to digest it.

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Dec 24, Tom rated it it was amazing. I am re-reading this book, yet again. Since Zelazny is my favorite author, I had to check out this tribute book. And since I was looking to find new science fiction authors, this seemed like an excellent place to look. I enjoyed the book very much.