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CollectionsYour library (5,866), To read (4,999), Deleted (55), read (877), Currently reading (2), Read but unowned (14), All collections (5,926)

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Tagsfantasy (2,034), sf (1,916), ace (627), flrg (524), horror (498), aow81 (445), aow87 (425), fah (408), aow04 (385), anthology (327) — see all tags

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About my librarytags
7ls - 7 League Shelf from A Reader's Guide To Fantasy
5ps - 5 Parsec Shelf from A Reader's Guide To Science Fiction
f100 - Fantasy, The 100 Best Books
mf100 - Modern Fantasy, The 100 Best Novels
sf100 - Science Fiction, The 100 Best Novels
h100 - Horror, The 100 Best Books
h200 - Horror, Another 100 Best Books
BGRG - Bloomsbury Good Reading Guide 100 Must Read Science Fiction Novels
wfa - World Fantasy Award
BAF - Ballantine Adult Fantasy
preBAF - listed in Imaginary Worlds
psuedoBAF - feels like a BAF
BAF2 - read a list of these once, don't remember where
aow76 - Anantomy of Wonder, 1st, core collection checklist
aow81 - Anantomy of Wonder, 2nd, core collection checklist
aow87 - Anantomy of Wonder, 3rd, core collection checklist
aow95 - Anantomy of Wonder, 4th, Best Books
aow04 - Anantomy of Wonder, 5th, Best Books
flrg - Fantasy Literature; A Reader's Guide, Core Collection
fah - Fantasy and Horror, Best Books

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Favorite authorsJames Branch Cabell, L. Sprague de Camp, Lord Dunsany, Edward Gorey, Ursula K. Le Guin, Sheldon Jaffery, Katherine Kurtz, Fritz Leiber, Armistead Maupin, China MiƩville, Michael Moorcock, Ogden Nash, Terry Pratchett, Clark Ashton Smith, Thorne Smith, P. G. Wodehouse, Roger Zelazny (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresHole In the Wall Books, Idle Time Books, Powell's City of Books (Portland), Second Story Books, Second Story Books - Rockville, MD, Wonder Book and Video - Dual Highway, Wonder Book Frederick, Wonder Book Gaithersburg

Other favoritesCapclave 2009

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Member sinceAug 31, 2006

Currently readingBest of Fritz Leiber by Fritz Leiber
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FYI -- There's a new James Branch Cabell website at http://www.silverstallion.karkeeweb.com/
Aha - I like your tags (I'm much too lazy to do that)
But what about the "333" titles and the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award winners?

Nice favorites too - nice work! I enjoyed a dip into your library

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You sure will be busy. There are many many books mentioned in this book that are seemingly mentioned nowhere else. Of course, you still won't be done with supernatural fiction even when you get through this. I am surprised at how often supernatural fiction turns up that isn't mentioned in any of the Bleiler references. Plus the timeframe covered is limited. Even so, the achievement this book represents staggers me. I don't know that I've ever seen a copy obtainable for less than three figures, so don't be glum. It is well worth it.
Cool, you nabbed the Bleiler Guide! Where and how?
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