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Kalki Vol. IV, No. 3 (Whole Number 15)

by The James Branch Cabell Society

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4.3 (15)
President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and William L. Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Alicia Austin

Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 79, 109-10
- The View from Mispec Moor, 106-08. Letters from James N Hall, Jeanette Driscoll, James Allan
- Cabell in Print, 108
- Colophon

Source Notes, 88-9, 111
- The Notes Go On… (FoE), Jim Allan
- And On…(Jurgen), Lenore R. Fischer
- The Death of Koshchei, Bob Gray McElroy
- Bulg the Remembered, G.N. Gabbard

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- Richmond-in-Virginia, Louis D Rubin, 80-3
- Circular Time-travel (Jurgen, Cream, High Place), Conway Zirkle, 84-7
- Geography of Dream, JB, 90-2
- Introduction to Map & Map for Geography of Dream, Wm Atheling Jr & Judith Ann Lawrence, 93-95 (96 blank)

Reprint of “Mr Wogglebaum Cooks An Opera” by Roy L McCardell, from an issue of The Bookman (1920s). A grotesque parody of a report to a fictional movie studio on the potential of Jurgen to be transformed into a blockbuster starring Lon Chaney as the “Half-horse Man”. 78, 111

Reprint of Cabellian Harmonics (1931) by Warren A McNeill, with a Note by James Branch Cabell: Chapter 1, 99-105. With a new Foreword (1969) by McNeill, 97-98
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