Interesting to see on amazon that this book is recommended for me because
of my interest in The Worm Ouroboros and one of the Woods (Well at the
Worlds End or Wood Beyond the World, now I can't recall) books.
We can discuss it if someone starts the discussion. But I guess a few more
of us should read it first... so far we have one pro and one con vote?
Elizabeth Apgar Triano
amor vincit omnia
> [Original Message]
> From: Rateliff, John <john.rateliff@...>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Date: 3/28/2005 3:20:11 PM
> Subject: [mythsoc] Joy, great joy
> Yesterday my wife picked up the new edition of Hope Mirrlees'
LUD-IN-THE-MIST at our local Borders. It's the latest from Cold Spring
Press, who have already given us Kenneth Morris's THE BOOK OF THREE DRAGONS
and a number of books on Tolkien and will soon grace us with Wm Hope
Hodgson, among others. Horray! The book comes with a brief foreword by Neil
Gaiman and a brief introduction by Doug Anderson.
> If you haven't read this one before, I highly recommend it: it makes
my top ten list. If you have, like us you might consider picking up the new
edition as a loaner copy to help introduce others to Mirrlees's work and to
help encourage Cold Spring Press to keep up the good work.
> I wish this list discussed books like this.