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#11 Re: S.T. Joshi
Verfasst: 13.12.2018, 09:06
Nils hat geschrieben: ↑
Ach, da hatte ich ein Informationsdefizit. Dass es bereits ein "60 Years of..." gibt, wusste ich nämlich gar nicht. Dadurch wird die Freude nun doch arg relativiert.
Bei "60 Years of..." handelt es sich um eine Zusammenstellung von Derleths "30 Years of..." (was seinerseits auf Derleths "20 Years of..." basiert) und einer Fortführung von Joshi um die 60 Jahre voll zu bekommen. Im Endeffekt ist es eine kontextualisierte und um Annekdoten ergänzte Veröffentlichungsliste des Verlags.
#12 Re: S.T. Joshi
Verfasst: 25.02.2019, 18:43
Golkonda hat den VÖ-Termin für Band 2 erneut verschoben, diesmal in den Juni. Menno....
#13 Re: S.T. Joshi
Verfasst: 01.03.2019, 10:19
#14 Re: S.T. Joshi
Verfasst: 25.03.2019, 10:59
Neuer Blogpost von Joshi.
http://stjoshi.org/news.html?fbclid=IwA ... NNqo7w7gcA
Ein paar interessante News:
- Erschienen ist Eighty Years of Arkham House
This version brings the book up to date by including all publications by Arkham House (and its subsidiary imprints) down to 2012 (no book has appeared since that date). Since it seems unlikely that Arkham House will ever issue another book again, I trust this edition may be regarded as a reasonably definitive bibliography (and index) of the publications of this legendary small press.
- Die Kompilierung des Bandes Providence After Dark
mit Inhalten von T.E.D. Klein nähert sich dem Ende
T. E. D. Klein’s Providence After Dark (a massive collection of his essays and reviews). I initially assisted Ted Klein in assembling his nonfiction some years ago, but lately he has taken the project in hand and added a number of pieces of which I was unaware. I will not be listed as editor of the book, but I may add a brief introduction providing an overview of the contents.
- Joshi ist weiterhin hart am Wind, was die Briefe Ambrose Bierces betrifft
I am working hard on editing Ambrose Bierce’s letters, a project that will extend to three volumes, and which the luckless Derrick Hussey will probably be obliged to publish under the Hippocampus Press imprint—although that may not happen until 2020 or even 2021. There are a number of tough issues that I may not be able to resolve without a trip to various archives in California, and I’m not sure when I will be able to schedule such a trip. But I am committed to this project, on which I have been working off and on (mostly off) for more than two decades.
#15 Re: S.T. Joshi
Verfasst: 17.05.2019, 09:00
Joshi hat offenbar eine Chorversion aus Lovecrafts Gedicht Sunset
On Saturday, May 11, at the First Free Methodist Church in Seattle, my little composition for a cappella (unaccompanied) choir, “Sunset” (based on the Lovecraft poem), was performed. It was a creditable performance, and my webmaster, Greg Lowney, videotaped it. You will see that our accompanist, Carol Buschmann, plays along with the choir on the piece, to help us out a little. And of course you can see me, with my balding pate, in the centre of the group.
Falls jemand rüberfahren möchte:
Mary and I will head to France, to participate in various events surrounding the publication of the French version of my biography, Je Suis Providence, by Éditions ActuSF. I was thrilled to receive two copies of this fine paperback edition; it is selling for a combined price of 55 euros.
Most of my time in France will be spent at a large science fiction convention, Les Imaginales, in the town of Epinal, near the German border. I will participate in some panel discussions and also be interviewed by longtime Lovecraft scholar Gilles Menegaldo. But Mary and I hope to get some touristing done as well, taking in the Musée d’Orsay, the Louvre, and the Catacombs on our few days in Paris.
#16 Re: S.T. Joshi
Verfasst: 25.05.2019, 20:01