We’re back! We can be delayed, but never kept away too long!
Today, we talk about Roger Zelazny’s Hugo Award-winning novel, Lord of Light, first published in 1967. There are many levels to this book, and we try to hit most of them.
Again joining Joe and myself for this discussion is David Moldawer, writer, videographer, Dragon Page book reviewer, and Zelazny enthusiast.
There’s no image at Amazon for the “Unicorns!” anthology, but if anyone really really wants it, I can scan in the cover image. The collection is 23 years old, and way way out of print. My goodness, will you look at who’s got stories in this collection: Gene Wolfe, Zelazny, Stephen R. Donaldson, Sturgeon, Unca Harlan, Le Guin, Niven, Vonda McIntyre, de Camp, Avram Davidson…
There is a newer collection containing the story “Unicorn Variations”… it might be easier to find My Favorite Fantasy Story than it is to find the Unicorns! anthology.