Saturday, February 06, 2010

Burroughs Bulletin #81: Philip José Farmer tribute issue

As my friend Christopher Paul Carey notes:

"The Burroughs Bulletin has dedicated an entire issue in tribute to Philip José Farmer, which is now shipping. The issue includes my [Chris'] article "Philip José Farmer and ERB: A Shared Mythography," surveying, of course, Phil's literary intersections with Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Table of Contents:

Editor's Preface
"Philip José Farmer's Tarzan Alive"
by Win Scott Eckert
"Philip José Farmer and ERB: A Shared Mythography"
by Christopher Paul Carey
"Philip José Farmer's ERB-Related Work"
by Henry G. Franke III
"Philip José Farmer's Incarnations of Tarzan"
by Henry G. Franke III
Picture Gallery: Boris Vallejo's The Mad King
"Burroughs and Himself: A Study of The Mad King"
by David Arthur Adams
"Some Thoughts On Tarzan and the Lost City"
by Kim L. Neideigh
"Joe R. Lansdale On Tarzan: The Lost Adventure"
by Henry G. Franke III
Bibliographer's Corner
by Septimus Favonius
Letters to the Editor

To inquire about ordering this issue or for subscription information, see the Burroughs Bulletin contact information here. "

My own piece is a reprint of the new Foreword I wrote for the 2006 edition of Tarzan Alive, with a short new coda. If you have that, you should sill pick up the issue for all the other great articles and features.


Heidi Ruby Miller said...

Congratulations on your contribution, Win. PJF would be quite please, I think.

Stuart said...

A very good issue indeed, Win. I'm glad that I picked up my copy at FarmerCon!