Following my original post on the pedophile practices of Marion Zimmer Bradley, a victim of another notorious literary pedophile has shared their own experience in the comments section of that article. I won’t post her handle here, but her original comment should be easy enough to find by following the link above. She refers to […]
Marion Zimmer Bradley
The Guardian has finally covered the Marion Zimmer Bradley child abuse story, already featured – and extensively discussed – in TeleRead. And although it brings new and helpful insights from many, including Bradley’s own daughter (and victim) Moira Greyland, it also brings some not so welcome and rather suspect comment from other quarters. Some comments […]
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This is a follow-up to my earlier piece on Marion Zimmer Bradley and her serial sexual abuse of her own daughter and other child victims of both sexes. I’m writing this to correct some misunderstandings evident in the comments on that article, and to explain exactly why I wrote it how I did. So here […]
Every so often, the question of a writer’s life versus their work comes up – specifically, whether the value of the work mitigates, or even has any legitimate connection with, the wrongs they committed, endorsed, or sympathized with in their life. For instance, does Pablo Neruda‘s position as a poet of the people excuse his […]
Gollancz, an imprint of London-based Orion Publishing Group, has announced a plan to digitize 5000 out-of-print novels in what it claims will be the world's largest digital library of science fiction and fantasy books.