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Science fiction legend Ray
Bradbury has passed away (1920-2012).
Bradbury was 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
Dark Horse Comics has over 100 items in their online catalog relating to
Tarzan, Korak, and John Carter. Check out their website at
for more information on their products.
Reports on the news, publications and events in ERB World are available
in the monthly online ERBzine feature: ERB Eclectica:
The Longest-running ERB fanzine -- Pete
Ogden's ERBANIA -- has ended publication after 57 years. An amazing
achievement! Our thanks go our to Pete.
|The University of Nebraska Press has 17 Burroughs
related items in their
catalog of publications for 2014. For domestic orders or customer service,
contact them at: 1-800-848-6224. Foreign Orders and Customer Service
are handled at: 1-919-966-7449.
Contributed by Joan
Bledig, Phil Burger, and Bill Hillman
THE WORDS OF EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS...
|" 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. "