I don't know if there are any Anthony Boucher fans among the MythSoc--that
is, fans of his non-fantasy writing also--but I thought I'd draw your
attention to the just-published volume that I edited: _The Casebook of
Gregory Hood_ (Crippen and Landru, $29 hardcover, $19 paper--the paper is
available from Amazon.com). It contains 14 radio amateur-detective scripts
from 1946, with an introduction, some footnotes, and a checklist of scripts
by me. I mention Boucher because his is the name author of the book, but
actually he was doing the plots and Denis Green was doing the final scripts.
In the endnotes to the introduction, I briefly mention some members of the
MythSoc for giving help--David Bratman in 3rd note for some Gilbert and
Sullivan information; and in the 8th note, Bratman again and Jason Fisher,
Mark Hooker, Alexei Kondratiev, and Wendell Wagner for comments on a phrase
in "Groznian." My thanks to them.