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  • echolocator
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    The Cynic & The Undead Smile.

    Warning: contains profanity. I apologize in advance if this causes anyone offense, and understand if forum policy dictates its deletion.

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  • zxvasdf
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    I'm up for another Jerry Cornelius story, and am curious as to how it turns out outside the folds of the master authors. Post it in the Enclave and put a link here.

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  • echolocator
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    Right. I've finished writing the The Cynic & The Undead Smile. Not sure whether or not to be embarassed of it-- ambivalent, the way one almost always is after peeling the nose away from the page --but can at least take some satisfaction from the fact that I finished it in under a week and that it isn't overlong.

    It's gone through a few edits already, but I'm sure it could stand some more. Should I post it in Enclave, or link it from here?

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    I got a gardener I can trust.
    He can't read English.
    And the short order cook ? Well, I do that myself, in return for editing services...
    Sorry, pard.

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  • voilodian ghagnasdiak
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    Demos Wrote
    It would have to be a f***ing BIG box though.

    Hey..you talking about my stepmother?( dont ask how I know either)

    Mike Wrote
    I keep them hidden away in cupboards and sheds.
    Interested in a really good gardener, or short order cook??

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  • vx69
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    we were lucky in france to have very beautiful editions of some of your books... I'm especially thinking of the one with the Druillet illustrations, it's gone pretty expensive now...

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    I keep file copies of each English language edition and have pretty much most of my foreign editions, where the publishers have sent them, but I don't have any actually up on shelves. I keep them hidden away in cupboards and sheds. I think I'd get depressed if I had them all shelved...

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  • zxvasdf
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    Originally posted by David Mosley
    It would have to be a f***ing BIG box though. :)
    Especially if you factor in all the reprints they have gone through. And the foreign language editions...

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  • David Mosley
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    Originally posted by zxvasdf
    I'd think you would have the first edition of every book you've published up on a shelf... or at least in a box. Do you collect your own books, or leave it to your fans?
    It would have to be a f***ing BIG box though. :)

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  • Thiassi
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    Originally posted by Michael Moorcock
    Last Days of Man on Earth was, I gather, cut in the US. I haven't watched the DVD, though I have it. I get too depressed...
    I cannot imagine how difficult it must be to see someone else portray your work, and not do it justice. I was just happy to be able to see a movie based on your work. We need more of them.

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  • vx69
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    french title was "les décimales du futur", which seems to have nothing to do with anything in the movie.

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  • tvissoc
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    Originally posted by Michael Moorcock
    Eek!
    More like, OUCH!

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  • Hieronymus
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    Originally posted by Michael Moorcock
    Eek!
    Funny is the "political" position of this publisher...My copy is from the italian publisher La Tribuna - "Galassia" - 1970 and we matched it with the original publishing. In italian copy there were cancelled a lot of parts about "sex"...

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    Eek!

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  • Hieronymus
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    Originally posted by Michael Moorcock
    Last Days of Man on Earth was, I gather, cut in the US. I haven't watched the DVD, though I have it. I get too depressed...
    My copy is old, damaged ( I know its soundrack and sentences in my mind ) there are some cut but probably not for censorship, may be "master" was cutted off in some of its part.
    Our ( the one ) italian publishing of the FP was strongly censured by the same publisher ( who is living again... ). He cutted off every sexual part...

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