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Member: Revenant

CollectionsYour library (313)


TagsShort Fiction (6), Fantastic Literature (6), Magical Realism (5), Mythology (3), History (3), Folklore (2), Beat (2), Ireland (2), Celt (2), Biography (2) — see all tags

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About my libraryStill working on my catalogue, my frantic acquiring has left me with a serious backlog. Lots of fantastic literature to add and a heap of reference books...

GroupsA Pearl of Wisdom and Enlightenment, Algonquin College, Altered States, Cheating The Ferryman, Cthulhu Mythos, Esoterica, Magical Realist and Fantastic Literature, The Chapel of the Abyss

Favorite authorsJorge Luis Borges, Italo Calvino, M. R. James, Danilo Kiš, Gabriel García Márquez, Cormac McCarthy, Kenzaburō Ōe (Shared favorites)

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LocationOttawa, ON

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/Revenant (profile)
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Member sinceNov 6, 2007

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Thanks!. Yes, I have a lot of CAS, but I think when Scott Connors gets his all entered, he'll be the man!
Thank you for adding me to your interesting libraries list. I'm always very proud to show people my library. People rarely show much interest in it- except here on the internet, of course.
Hey Revenant,
I completely agree on your wish that Lord Dunsany and Lovecraft had somehow melted their worlds together. Lovecraft's dream tales are by far my favorite of his works. I've also been a huge fan of L.D. since I was a teenager, but consider most of his early tales more of a combination of poetry and prose instead of straight fiction. I've noticed you have quite a selection of unusual authors in your library. I'll have to check it out for some suggested reading.

Thank you for your message on the Kis page, I am very glad other people find it useful and interesting. I do regret falling behind on this project--the tagging and editing--but I promise it won't take too long now.
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