- Jim Bohannon wrote:
>I hope that the film turns out well, but other productions of LOTR were
> From: Jim Bohannon <bohannon@...>
> FrMacKen@... wrote:
> > From: FrMacKen@...
> I have to admit I am excited after learning on this list
> about the production of a movie series of Tolkein's "Lord of the
> Rings." I don't generally get very excited about movie news -- but I am excited about this!
so dreadful that I'm quite wary. I'll check out the movie sites, and
see what they're doing so far. Maybe I'll be pleasantly surprised.
> My own forays into fantasy include authors such as Jane Yolen,I've read Tanith Lee and enjoyed her work, esp. earlier things, *The
> Charles DeLint, and Tanith Lee...Terri Windling from Tor Books has
> been a good soul with whom I have conversed at times.
Electric Forest* in particular. She's gone over to horror (fine with
me), but also has some interesting SF. Windling's a fine editor, and I
enjoyed her *Wood Wife.* I'm pleased to say that I'm enjoying Charles
De Lint's *Someplace to Be Flying,* btw. Am about halfway through. I
like the characters, and am enjoying the conception of the animal
people; he does well to keep the medicine lands in the background (so
far), and it seems much lighter in tone than either *Trader* or *Memory
- LeslieJ55@... wrote:
>Sounds like an essay question. Is this a test? :)
> From: LeslieJ55@...
> So what have you all to say on Lewis, or Tolkien, Or Williams or MacDonald?
> give out discussion, we are here to Discuss.
> Leslie Maloney,
> Hampton, VA
Seems we need a topic. OK, if Lewis (suburban), Williams (city), and
Tolkien (rural) were different because of their orientation toward
cities, rural country side or suburbs, what unites them in terms of