Tag Archives: Edgar Rice Burroughs

Some Thoughts on “Snow White and the Huntsman”

The days between Christmas and New Year are traditionally the time when the TV stations trot out the Hollywood blockbusters or wannabe blockbusters from two or three years ago in what they term “German free-TV premiere”. It’s also a time … Continue reading

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Bear on Grimdark, Burroughs on Writing and some Pretty Covers

I was going to post some photos of my daytrip to Celle on May 1st, but something’s come up, so have some links instead: Elizabeth Bear remarks upon the relentless darkness of the SFF genre and of its inability to … Continue reading

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An interview, John Carter and what is wrong with Hollywood these days

First of all, I am interviewed by John Warner at the Indie Book Spot today. Come on over and say hello. Furthermore, I am also quoted in this Huffington Post article by Jim Kukral about the pros and cons of … Continue reading

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John Carter of Mars and why Edgar Rice Burroughs is so difficult to adapt

The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has an extensive interview with Michael Chabon in which he talks about Edgar Rice Burroughs and John Carter of Mars (he wrote the screenplay for the upcoming movie), about anti-genre prejudice and about selling … Continue reading

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