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Reviews22 reviews

TagsSF (560), history (144), unfinished (so far) (130), fantasy (120), bought Montreal (106), anthology (105), short stories (94), bought Seoul (93), bought Whatthebook (92), classic (91) — see all tags

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About meI'm an SF writer living in South Korea at the moment.

About my libraryThese are just the books I have with me in Korea. Which is plenty enough! But there are more, in other places, too (mostly in Canada).

GroupsELT Instructors, Science Fiction Fans, The Culture

Favorite authorsPatricia Anthony, Greg Egan, T. S. Eliot, Graham Greene, Nalo Hopkinson, Langston Hughes, Søren Kierkegaard, Ian McDonald, Maureen F. McHugh, Paul Park, Ezra Pound, Michel Rabagliati, Rudy Rucker, Geoff Ryman, Bruce Sterling, Charles Stross, Brian K. Vaughan, Vernor Vinge, Peter Watts, H. G. Wells, Connie Willis (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://gordsellar.com

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Real nameGord Sellar

LocationBucheon, South Korea

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 20, 2006

Currently readingThe Cantos of Ezra Pound by Ezra Pound
Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoe
Swords Against Death (Lankhmar) by Fritz Leiber
The Brewing Industry in England, 1700-1830 (Modern Revivals in Economic & Social History) by Peter Mathias
The Steampunk Bible: An Illustrated Guide to the World of Imaginary Airships, Corsets and Goggles, Mad Scientists, and Strange Literature by Jeff VanderMeer
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Hi Gord!

I just entered a Korean book that I bought this morning and saw you were the other owner. I am from California, but have lived in Vienna for 49 years! It would really be great to meet you - my grandfather worked for Jack London!
I do hope you look at the LibraryThing now and then. But I will copy this and send it to your e-mail just in case this doesn't reach you.
If you have time I would like to invite you to dinner - you could give me some tips about Korea and I could tell you about Vienna and give you a small book about it too. My cell phone here is 010-8659-3341.

Hope to hear from you soon. See my profile for more information about my travels and museum work!

greetings, john

PS: Like your picture - zou look very friendly!!!
I enjoyed your astute review of Bikeman. But would you consider re-editing the version that appears on LibraryThing? I imagine you must have cut-and-pasted it, perhaps from a blog, but phrases such as "Land to Light On by Dionne Brand ImageEpics are very difficult to write" are difficult for the reader to cope with, and there are a number of them.

I enjoyed your astute review of Bikeman. But would you consider re-editing the version that appears on LibraryThing? I imagine you must have cut-and-pasted it, perhaps from a blog, but phrases such as "Land to Light On by Dionne Brand ImageEpics are very difficult to write" are difficult for the reader to cope with, and there are a number of them.

Hi Gord:

Thanks for "friending" me (I'm still unable to use that word as a verb without the quotation marks.

And I enjoyed the gin post over at your blog.

David
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