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Sticky: Welcome to Moorcock's Miscellany
By Reinart der Fuchs at Jan 1 2010 - 09:13
Scholarly fox
Dear reader,

Many people have given their valuable time to maintain resources for learning about Michael Moorcock and his career. We welcome you to join us or simply read what we have to offer here. It's the only website on The World Wide Web where you can communicate directly with Michael Moorcock in the Q&A, and where a community of members is waiting to help you find that nugget of information you are looking for. We have thousands of pictures, videos and threads that can help you learn something new about this author and his long career. Many people stop by to say hello, and others enjoy exchanging ideas and thoughts about his work. Whatever you plan to do while you are here, we hope you enjoy this site and hope you will tell others about it.

Thank you,
Reinart der Fuchs

Kizuna: Fiction for Japan - Released for Kindle
By Reinart der Fuchs at Aug 11 2011 - 20:45
Kizuna: Fiction for Japan
Kizuna: Fiction for Japan

Edited by Brent Millis
Kindle ebook: $9.99
Print version: TBA

The earth shook. The waters rose. Japan cried out...

And we listened. After the devastating earthquake, people from all over the world have found ways to help, and Kizuna: Fiction For Japan is one that is new and unique.

Kizuna: Fiction for Japan is a mixed-genre anthology of short fiction, most of it 1000 words or under. It boasts internationally-known authors like Michael Moorcock, Ken Asamatsu, Jon Courtenay Grimwood, John Shirley, Shinya Gaku, Vittorio Catani, Robert M. Price, Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., and Alvin Pang; genre-authors like Bradley Sands, Jason Wuchenich, Andersen Prunty, and Garrett Cook; and independent authors like Trent Zelazny and Glynn Barrass. An astonishing 76 authors answered the call to help and approximately ninety percent of it is
original work written specifically for this anthology. 100 percent of the proceeds will go to helping orphans in the disaster-devastated areas of Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima via the NPO, Smile Kids Japan.

Smile Kids Japan

Smile Kids Japan and Living Dreams (NPOs / social benefit organizations) are working together on Smiles and Dreams, a program to help the orphanages in the worst affected prefectures of Fukushima, Miyagi and Iwate. From helping with immediate needs, to setting up long term programs to empower the children to dream again and help them realize their goals, Smiles and Dreams is a grassroots project that gets the money directly to those in need.

From the editor's introduction:
“I turned to my friends in the writing community. Would they contribute? Sure they would! Soon I had ten authors. Then twenty. Thirty... Author friends of author friends were submitting. Authors from Spain, Singapore, Japan, Italy, New Zealand, Germany, France, America, the UK, Australia and Canada all stepped forward. I was stunned. Even now, as corny as it sounds, the gratitude I feel at their selfless desire to help makes me very misty-eyed.”

Please help spread the word of Kizuna, a word that means "bond" in Japanese, and create your own bond with the people of Japan.

For more information on the anthology, a list of stories, and ways to help with the disaster in
Japan, visit:


Kizuna: Fiction for Japan (a charity anthology) US EDITION

Kizuna: Fiction for Japan (a charity anthology) UK EDITION


US Ebook

UK Ebook


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Please help us sell more books! Please tweet, Facebook, email and spread this news across the entire Internet.
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to the website where they can get all the information they need to purchase the book for the Kindle, and learn when this fine
anthology goes to print.

Moorcock Chalice Winner for 2010
By Reinart der Fuchs at Mar 1 2010 - 22:13
And the winner of The Moorcock Cup of 2010 is...

Elric of Melniboné

"Probably Mike's most well known creation Elric was identified by many readers as the touchstone that introduced them to the Multiverse. Certainly Elric is right up there in the pantheon of Fantasy heroes (and anti-heroes). He combines the worldly and the philosophical, the lover and the warrior, the weak and the strong in a multilayered character that can be read and enjoyed on many levels."

Moorcock Chalice Winner for 2010

2010 People's Choice Award

Media Hive Grand Opening
By Reinart der Fuchs at Jan 7 2008 - 22:12

A couple of months ago we resurrected a number of media files and posted them into an Image Hive album called the Media Hive, which contains a number of interesting sub-albums. The most interesting Media Hive album would have to be MP3z that contains numerous MP3 files, including Michael Moorcock and Deep Fix and the Michael Moorcock Audio Art Soundscape. The former is entitled The New Worlds Fair, an album that Mr. Moorcock offers for free exclusively at this website, and the latter is a single experimental audio bit created by members of this website for one of Mr. Moorcock's birthdays.

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