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  • Reinart der Fuchs
    Mr. The Fox
    • May 2006
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    Greetings from Michael Moorcock

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    Greetings from Michael Moorcock

    Welcome to Moorcock's Miscellany, so-called because I reprint from time to time articles which interest me or which I've written and correspond with my readers. I'm sorry that it's impossible for me to carry on long email correspondence with readers, but I can be contacted via the Q&A section if you are trying to contact me for a specific reason. Many answers to general questions can be found in the FAQ. Pictures of books, magazines which I have edited, foreign editions and so on can also be found in the Image Hive.
    Information about forthcoming books, short stories, graphic novels, movies, games or features, as well as book signings and so on can usually be found in the the Q&A section of this site. From time to time, either to support various charities or to support this site, we run auctions, usually of scarcer books and other material by me.
    I would like to thank Berry Sizemore and all our volunteers for making this site such a complex one. We try to cover all reader requests for information. If you wish to contact me professionally from anywhere in the world, learn how by visiting the Contact Policy page.
    I am in the habit of spending winters in Texas and summers in France, usually from the end of May until early November. From time to time I also visit Northern California, but am never sure exactly when I will be there.
    I hope you find this site informative and entertaining.
    With good wishes, Michael Moorcock
    Infinite complexity according to simple rules.