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Jason Gridley is a radio bug. Through his fabulous trans-ethereal device -- the Gridley Wave - we have received news from Pellucidar and Barsoom. It's been quiet of late on the Red Planet and at the Earth's core, but you can still tune into the Gridley Wave On-line to learn what's happening in the world of Burroughs fandom, publishing and merchandise.

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On the fanzine front, the latest issue of Pete Ogden's ERBANIA has been released.  A four-issue subscription will cost you $8.00 (United States), $10.00 surface or $13.00 airmail (Europe), and $10.00 surface or $14.00 airmail (Pacific Rim). Direct all inquiries to D. Peter Ogden, 8410 Lopez Drive, Tampa, FL 33615. E-mail address is erbania@juno.com.

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Science fiction legend Ray Bradbury is recovering from health problems at his Palm Springs, California home.

Bradbury has been a lifelong Edgar Rice Burroughs fan, his love for the author being best expressed in his introduction to Irwin Porges' 1975 biography, "Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Man Who Created Tarzan." Two of Bradbury's most celebrated works, "Fahrenheit 451" and "The Martian Chronicles," are currently being readied for motion picture adaptation.

Dark Horse Comics have reprinted the Joe Kubert Tarzan comics. This new compilation should be available through your local comic book dealer, or check out the Dark Horse webpage at www.dhorse.com

Gary Dunham at the University of Nebraska Press reminds us that they are publishing ERB reprints on a regular basis. The Press' toll-free number is 1-800-755-1105.

contributed by Phil Burger

" There is a vast difference between seeing life and living life. I believe I have done the latter. In fact I don't think I could have written much if I hadn't. (ERB had served in the US Cavalry in Arizona, been a gold miner in Oregon, a policeman in Salt Lake City, a cowboy in Idaho...) [But]...It is necessary for nearly all of us to acquire part of our 'experience' second hand. Yet this should never be permitted to overshadow the greater art of imagination. "