Daily Archives: July 30, 2007

The Black Gate Opens (a little)

John O’Neill has put up a preview of Black Gate 11 (which will include a Morlock novella, “The Lawless Hours”). Things I never knew (or forgot about) until recently: There are “Black Gates” all over the world: in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, in … Continue reading

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Omnia mutantur, nihil interit.

Ingmar Bergman has died. Fritz Leiber (one of the world’s great fantasists) considered him one of the world’s great fantasists.

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