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  • Lawrence Burton
    Moonbeam Traveller
    • May 2021
    • 3

    Howdy

    Hello there. I saw that Mr. M had fallen foul of facebook and so here I am, as suggested. It's been a while since I posted on a bulletin board and I don't really like them, or I didn't, but then again I'm not sure any social media is without its problems, so I may be posting a ton, or I may not. I'll see how it goes.

    Briefly, I'm from England but I now live in San Antonio, Texas, about an hour west of our esteemed host. I've been here ten years. I write an approximation of science-fiction, some of which gets read by people I don't actually know, which is nice, but I haven't yet bought a yacht and honestly I can't really see it happening. I also paint and have been involved in various weirdy music groups over the years, nothing massively interesting.

    My first Moorcock was Constant Fire in New Worlds 10, which I thought was terrible, then suddenly realised it was wonderful and I haven't looked back since. Actually no, thinking about it, the novelisation of The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle was my first Moorcock. Not sure about a favourite as there are still plenty I haven't read, but possibly The Shores of Death.

    Hello, and thanks for setting up this place.
  • In_Loos_Ptokai
    Abrogate all rituals
    • Apr 2007
    • 802

    #2
    Welcome! Some of us like to write as well, you'll find the watering hole at the Enclave at the End of Time ◦ Members' Work

    Drop by and show us how it's done!
    sigpic Myself as Mephistopheles (Karen Koed's painting of me, 9 Nov 2008, U of Canterbury, CHCH, NZ)

    Gold is the power of a man with a man
    And incense the power of man with God
    But myrrh is the bitter taste of death
    And the sour-sweet smell of the upturned sod,

    Nativity,
    by Peter Cape

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    • Tom Murphy
      Tea and cake for my lord Arioch!
      • Aug 2010
      • 921

      #3
      Hi Lawrence - you didn't used to publish the comic Beathag did you?

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