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Thank you for your compliments. My extensive reading on the Holocaust has attracted the notice of a man who wrote a bibliography of Holocaust lit in the nineties. He wants to put out a second edition but needed help, and noticed I had read like 400+ Holocaust books and asked me. And we don't even know each other, but we're about to sign a publishing contract together. Life is sweet.
Nice Michael McClure collection. He is one of my inspirations.
- Joseph.
Thanks, I have been collecting them since 97.....check out my BFI blog...
thanks, john
Hi How are you?

Was wondering if you'd be interested in reviewing my new novel and posting your comments here as well as a few other book-related sites. Saw you liked Butcher Boy, and I thought you might like my novel since it's also about a disturbed adolescent and a bit dark. I could e-mail you the novel in an e-book format if you'd like. Let me know if you're interested. Here's a link to a summary in case you're interested:

Thanks for the note, no plans to update Dylan again, the Da Capo second edition brings it up through more current releases from the 2000s... look for a new book next year... watch this space ! Tim

Yes, I have also read Dick's mainstream novels - they were published in England back in the Eighties. Also all the short stories. I like the biography Divine Invasions, and also the recent book I am alive and you are dead.

Clarke didn't seem quite as cool after reading PKD. No I haven't read any Farmer novels.Other than Dick, I rate Vonnegut, Silverberg, and especially Ballard.

judging by your moniker i assume you like a certain Spanish film director too?
Thank you for the friend add. Sorry it was a hassle for you. I hadn't seen the Bob Dylan book before. Interesting. I hope all your reads are good ones. Have a great weekend.

Ed Lynskey
thanks for your comment: but i no longer read Clarke. I see you have a number of books by PKD - I started reading him aged 16 and didn't stop till I'd read everything.

then he died and i cant fill the void.

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