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Anthony Burdge
Re: Mythcon 38 and Rown's
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Indeed, I must agree wholeheartedly, Jeremy was a wonderful addition to the dealers room at MC 38 and hopefully he and his hobbits can make it east next year, I particulary love to continuously clean him out of his Native American books and material

Anthony

Posted on: 2007/8/13 8:28


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1944 Sir Orfeo vs. Songs for the Philologists
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I am aware that Songs for the Philologists is considered to be the scarcest but Hammond states that only 5 copies of Sir Orfeo have been located and I have never seen a copy anywhere for sale whereas I have seen several copies of Songs up for sale. Any responses would be appreciated.

Posted on: 2007/8/11 22:39


Re: Mythcon 38 and Rown's
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It was wonderful to get to meet the man behind the Rowns! Jeremy had a great display with some choice items, and many commented on the interesting assortment of books (Tolkien and other fantasy literature--Mythopoeic Award winners, etc.) as well as fanzines he brought.

There were several other dealers there, so it was an excellent book-buying experience. I didn't even hit Moe's, the big Berkeley used/rare book emporium, this trip!

Thanks for coming, Jeremy. Next year the Mythopoeic Society conference (Mythcon 39) will be at Central Connecticut State University August 15-18, with Anthony Burdge, one of our posters here, as one of the main organizers. Eastern US members and dealers should definitely consider coming out.

Posted on: 2007/8/9 20:54


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I'm pretty sure they don't, but I will double-check and let you know if any do.

I'll also check through the ones I'm keeping, and see what I've got in there - but that will take a little longer!!!

Posted on: 2007/8/6 10:47


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Do any of the fanzines contain a calendar? For instance, one based upon the reckoning of The Shire, Gondor, Imladris, or other? Thanks.

Posted on: 2007/8/4 4:47
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