Maria Bouzani [mari_bou@...
> Well,the thing is to keep an open mind,I
> guess!Hey,does Charles DeLint count?He doesn't exactly
> deal with myth in most of his work,rather "urban
> fantasy",but he's really great!
Somewhere to Be Flying was on the short list for the Adult MFA this year and
Trader <shudder> was on the long list in 98.
I think de Lint is definitely mythical. He just uses the apparatus of the
modern city to create his myth. Of course, his writing is really quite
variable, so the jury's still out (as far as I'm concerned) as to whether he
'counts' in relation to him being what Lisa was calling 'a gem'.
Matthew Winslow mwinslow@... http://x-real.firinn.org/
"Books are my passion, not only writing them and every once in a while even
reading them but just having them and moving them around and feeling the
comfort of their serene presence."
Currently reading: Lord Valentine's Castle by Robert Silverberg