I wrote her a note last time. Her books were my first introduction to
science fiction, and when I learned she was a librarian -- well, that's
what I decided to be. You used to be able to send an email through
andre-norton.org, but it hasn't been updated since April 2004. Here's an
address for cards and flowers as listed on Xenite.org: Andre Norton, c/o
Sue Stewart, 1007 Herron St., Murfreesboro TN 37130.
From: Michael Martinez [mailto:Michaelm@...
Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2005 4:17 PM
Subject: [mythsoc] Re: Andre Norton enters home hospice
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "karlstar2" <jalaubacker@m...> wrote:
> I enjoyed her works too, though I suppose I'm one of the few that
> enjoyed Quag Keep. I think we're about to lose a lot of good
> in the coming years.
I haven't met many people who really liked it, but I did. I enjoyed the
fact that she was being experimental. I had heard about Dungeons and
Dragons but had not played it by the time I read this book.
As of the last time I checked, there has been no reported change in
Andre's health. I have been encouraging fans to write to her. The last
time the doctors thought they might lose her, a massive fan letter
writing campaign lifted her spirits and she recovered.
It's just hard to let go of someone like Andre, although maybe she is
ready to move on. I don't know.
Author of Understanding Middle-earth, Parma Endorion, and Visualizing
The Mythopoeic Society website http://www.mythsoc.org
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