Welcome to Moorcock's Miscellany

Dear reader,

Many people have given their valuable time to create a website for the pleasure of posing questions to Michael Moorcock, meeting people from around the world, and mining the site for information. Please follow one of the links above to learn more about the site.

Thank you,
Reinart der Fuchs
See more
See less


  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts


    On Monday, America honors the many brave men and women in uniform who have given their lives to the cause of freedom throughout our nation's history.

    Memorial Day first began in the late 1800s as a holiday to commemorate the sacrifice of Civil War soldiers. Since World War I, our nation has observed Memorial Day to honor and remember all the dedicated servicemen and women who have died in every American military conflict.

    This year, with our nation at war and tens of thousands of our fellow Americans serving bravely in Iraq, Afghanistan, and around the world, Memorial Day is especially significant. I hope you will join me in observing Memorial Day this Monday at an event in your community as we remember the servicemen and women who have died for our country.

    On Saturday, I will be delivering the Democratic response to the President's weekly radio address. I'll be thanking all of our brave men and women in uniform for their service. And I'll be urging Congress and the White House to honor their service - by providing our soldiers and their families with all of the support they deserve, in and out of battle. It's the least we can do - and it's high time that we do it.

    I invite you to listen to Saturday's radio address on a local station near you. You can also check back at Saturday afternoon, where we'll post a link to my remarks online as soon as they become available.

    Please join me this Memorial Day as we honor the dedication and sacrifice of America's armed forces throughout the history of our nation.

    Gert and I send our best wishes to you and your family for a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend.


    Wes Clark

  • #2
    Michael Moore's man for the top... :roll:
    \" ape reft of his tail, and grown rusty at climbing, who yet feels himself to be a symbol and the frail representative of Omnipotence in a place that is not home.\" James Branch Cabell