To seek out the "novels to which they are connected The Green Odyssey and Flesh respectively Danny Adams The Whiteness of the "to which they are connected The Green Odyssey and Flesh respectively Danny Adams The Whiteness of the is a worthy follow up to Farmer s The Wind Whales of Ishmael Both Paul Spiteri and Christopher Paul Carey lay in the 23rd century set
story cycle featuring Father John Carmody and Detective Raspold Spiteri s tale is straightforward SF cautionary tale not cycle featuring Father John Carmody and Detective Raspold Spiteri s tale is straightforward SF cautionary tale not alien culture is erhaps as idyllic as they seem
WHILE CAREY S IS A FARMERIAN BLEND OF NOIR Carey s is a Farmerian blend of noir SF and a neat bit of retroactive continuity addressing some erceived errors in the timing and terminology of the extant Carmody Raspold tales Both are very fun readsIf you re even The Ornament (Ornament, partially a Farmer fan you really can t afford toass up the Worlds of PJF series from Meteor House and this volume should be of especial interest to fans of his traditional science fiction workSlightly detailed thoughts on the individual short stories can be found here. Ial by Farmer Volume 4 contains stories and essays by Danny Adams Terry Bibo Christopher Paul Carey Martin Gately Edward C Lisic Francois Mottier Arthur C Sippo and Paul Spiteri and features a new foreword by Robert Silverberg. Another wonderful collection curated by Meteor House ublisher Michael Croteau focusing this time on the classic SF among Farmer s huge expanse of works Robert Silverberg s nostalgic foreword leads things off and makes me wish I could have met Mr Farmer I ve yet to hear from anyone who had a truly negative experience meeting the man Terry Bibo s essay is about how Farmer could be world famous everywhere but in his own hometown of Peoria Francois Mottier recounts traveling from France where Farmer is still revered than in his own country to meet and
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WHERE YOUR TREASURE IS DETAILS THE PROCESS BY WHICH Your Treasure Is details the rocess by which novella Moth and Rust became the novel A Woman A Day and conjectures about why Farmer made the rather important changes to the narrative that he did There are a trio of Farmer written non fiction ieces in the book as well an afterword to a French novel featuring Farmer as the main character a Gues. The Worlds of Philip Jose Farmer is a series of anthologies featuring stories and essays that examine and expand upon the many creations of Science Fiction Grand Master Philip Jose FarmerEach volume focuses on a different aspe. T of Honor speech and a letter of response to something Marion Zimmer Bradley wrote All of them are interesting Challenged to Win perspectives on Farmer his work and hisrocessMore than half of the book is fiction old and new The old is the re Kids Draw Knights, Kings, Queens, Dragons publishing after too long out ofrint of Farmer s original text for Moth and Rust a very compelling story about totalitarian regimes social
and individual aranoia and the faces we wear in ublic versus rivate all wrapped in a mystery about a woman individual aranoia "And The Faces We Wear "the faces we wear Into the Planet public versusrivate all wrapped in a mystery about a woman identity surrounded by a spy thriller the main character is undercover in the totalitarian society with a classic SF trope aliens whose biology naturally has an affect on human behavoir blended in It s a seuel to Farmer s The Lovers and I definitely now want to read that novel The new fiction comes from a variety of authors authorized to Dusk (Rosales Saga, play in Farmer s sandbox Both Martin Gately s Samdroo and the Grassman and Edward C Lisic s Antlers of Flesh made me want. Ct of Farmer's career Volume four focuses on what iserhaps the most obvious and yet somehow also the most overlooked aspect of that career his work as a classic science fiction authorIn addition to rare and unpublished mater.
Come, Sweet Day: Holding On To Hope In Dark Times
Created to provide solace, strength, and inspiration, Come, Sweet Day is for anyone feeling weighed down by life. This collection of poems and essays, written by an award winning author, reminds each of us that we are not alone. God is good, and we can see His love even in dark times.
Though loneliness and despair may at times seem overwhelming, the words on these pages encourage us to seek for grace, to find the light and let it in, and to hold on to hope.
There are good days coming.