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About meA slow but savouring reader. I sometimes read so slowly I end up with cobwebs on my face, as per my photo...

A slow, savouring writer, too. (It tastes _goooood_.)

I write speculative fiction, including science fiction, slipstream, magical realism. But I read all kinds of things.

Non-booky things...I live with cats, and I love them. I don't live with other animals, but I love them, too. People are among the many interesting creatures on earth; not sorry I ended up being one.

Though I'm not THAT old, I've now lived long enough to have my roots in history. That's quite an interesting experience. There are so many things I grew up with that my nephews and nieces can't even imagine. The changes have been slow and subtle, the most important ones. I miss some of the things I didn't even like when I was little, or didn't think I liked. And I appreciate many of the things that replaced them. Change. Not good, not bad. Interesting.

As a writer, I’ve been influenced most notably by: Ursula K. Le Guin, Eileen Kernaghan, Margaret Laurence, Barbara Pym, Farley Mowat, Victor Hugo, Dr. Seuss, Hinterland's Who's Who, the Catholic liturgy, Frank Zappa, and National Geographic. I am also a great admirer of Dav Pilkey, especially his Captain Underpants series, but I can’t honestly say he has influenced my writing.

About my libraryMy Physical Library: Small but beloved. I removed my clothes from my closet and put in bookshelves, but there ain't much room, so I only keep the ones I KNOW I'm going to want again. (I found something else for my clothes, fear not.) If I really like a book I tend to lend it out. With the obvious consequences. But how not to share such wealth?

My LT Library: Doesn't contain all of the books in my physical library. (Yet, anyway.) Nor all the books I've read. One or two at a time, I add books I enjoy that I am currently reading or once read. I love the chance to remember each one again, and to try to match it up with the cover I knew it by, though that isn't always possible. It's a pleasure just to sit and think about books.

My Rating System: Purely subjective. I am not telling you how valuable a piece of literature is to the common weal, but how valuable it has been to me. I dislike some perfectly good books--it just isn't my crank they're turning. And I like some pretty crappy ones. Though in general I prefer a good book to a crappy one, of course.

GroupsCombiners!, FantasyFans, Science Fiction Fans

Favorite authorsUrsula K. Le Guin, Thich Nhat Hanh, Zora Neale Hurston, Eileen Kernaghan, Jess Mowry, Gail Nyoka, Edna O'Brien, Barbara Pym (Shared favorites)

VenuesFavorites

Favorite bookstoresAbraham's Metaphysical Books, Jolly Olde Bookstore, Lawrence Books, People's Co-Op Bookstore, Pulpfiction Books, Pulpfiction Books West, White Dwarf Books

Favorite librariesRichmond Public Library - Steveston Branch, Vancouver Public Library - Britannia Branch, Vancouver Public Library - Carnegie Branch, Vancouver Public Library - Central Branch

Homepagehttp://cjunewolfden.blogspot.com

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Real nameC. June Wolf (Casey)

LocationVancouver, BC

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/thesmellofbooks (profile)
/catalog/thesmellofbooks (library)

Member sinceNov 4, 2008

Currently readingStories from the Rebellion by Bob Steele

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