End Notes

1. My last Blog Gate post of the year is up, part of what is turning into a running conversation with Judith Berman about fantasy and realism. (Here’s her latest post responding in part to my post last week.)

2. Will the universe end in a Big Rip, a Big Crunch–or will it bounce?

3. Enjoy the year’s end and beginning. Not order in that necessarily.

About JE

James Enge is the author of the World-Fantasy-Award-nominated novel Blood of Ambrose (Pyr, April 2009). His latest book is The Wide World's End. His short fiction has appeared in Swords and Dark Magic (Harper Collins, 2010), Black Gate, the Stabby-Award-winning anthology Blackguards and elsewhere.
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6 Responses to End Notes

  1. newguydave says:

    Holy Dyna, James! Congrats, congrats, and congrats on being in an anthology with Cook and Erickson.

    After reading your stuff in Black Gate and “Return of the Sword” I look forward to picking up your novel AND reading your story in “Conquering Swords.”

    Congrats again and all the best in the new year, now off to read your post.

    • JE says:

      Thanks! The novel has a nearly reformed Morlock, the story has one behaving pretty badly. Both have a certain entertainment value, if you ask me, but I’m biased.

      I was a little freaked to see my name yoked with Cook and Erickson.

  2. burger_eater says:

    Terrific blog entry, yours and Judith Berman’s.

      • filomancer says:

        I had another post on the tip of my electronic tongue, but I felt I had to start with Garth Nix or embarrass myself. Just remind me if I forget: Shakespeare in the Bush (not the one you may be thinking of, gentle reader) and what people are willing to accept as something that could possibly happen.

        • JE says:

          I liked the Nix post, even though it’s going to cost me some coin (though nothing like what you guys are paying for books in Dubai, of course).

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