[DWJ] An ambitious project
Deborah Meghnagi Bailey
deborah at brightweavings.com
Wed Sep 7 04:48:53 EDT 2011
Darn it. I just got an email from the amazon marketplace seller that my
order of Changeover was cancelled because they don't have the item. I guess
that leaves me out of the first month's read... there doesn't seem to be any
way I can get a copy that isn't exorbitantly expensive.
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Subject: Re: [DWJ] An ambitious project
That compiled list is both amazingly complete AND useful for this project.
Have you recognized your precognition abilities before this?
>From: Melissa Proffitt <Melissa at Proffitt.com>
>To: Diana Wynne Jones discussion <dwj at suberic.net>
>Sent: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 1:26 AM
>Subject: Re: [DWJ] An ambitious project
>A few months back I compiled a chronological list of DWJ's works, including
>short stories, in case I wanted to do something like this. :) I think the
>list is complete, and I was able to track down year and month of
>for the novels and the stories--useful when you consider that _Eight Days
>Luke_, _Cart and Cwidder_ and _Dogsbody_ all have original publication
>in 1975. Only five of the short stories haven't been included in one of the
>anthologies, and four of those are in relatively easy to find volumes. (As
>far as I can tell, "Mela Worms" has only been published the one time, in a
>1989 anthology called _Arrows of Eros_ that took some doing to track down
>So I do have the list, and I don't think it would be impossible to read
>everything in strict chronological order. But it might be easier for people
>to just read the anthologies as they come, particularly if we're talking
>about getting them from a public library.
>On Wed, 7 Sep 2011 08:10:33 +0800, Kylie Ding wrote:
>>I'd like to include short stories, but how to handle them? Some
>>were published in the US with slight changes to UK anthologies, so there'd
>>be a lot of duplicates if we went by volumes of short stories. Some
>>were never published in her collections.
>>Maybe we could read the anthologies in order and count the duplicates as
>>easy month. And for those who have access to the uncollected short
>>we could slot them in in order as an added bonus for that month.
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>>> Including short stories?
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