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Friday, September 17, 2010

Harlan Ellison - Harlan! Harlan Ellison Reads Harlan Ellison (1976 Audiobook)


6 comments:

Ira Seigel said...

Nice one...been an Ellison fan for quite some time and never heard this...thanks for a great post

Anonymous said...

Wow! I can't wait to hear these.

apollojams said...

I bought this [the 1981 reissue] when it came out, and it's nice to have it in digital format as well. Looking forward to what else you'll be posting...hoping for SOMEthing by him i don't have. If what you're doing gets people to buy his books, i envy those who are experiencing HE for the first time. I own about 50 of them [!] and i'm sure you'd agree: it's money well spent. Get a taste here, get The Feast in his books! A remarkable man, a remarkable writer. Thanx for doing this! :)

Zer0_II said...

Ira Seigel: I'm glad that I could present an Ellison fan with something that they hadn't had the pleasure of experiencing yet. Please let me know how you liked it.

@apollojams: I couldn't agree with you more my friend. I remember how I was blown away the first time I read his work. When you mentioned that you owned 50 of "them", were you referring to books or audiobooks? If you own 50 audiobooks I can almost assure you that I won't be able to post something that you don't have. Here is what I do have though (which doesn't amount to much):

Individual Recordings of Stories:
Jeffty Is Five
I'm Looking For Kadak
Run For The Stars

Compilations:
Angry Candy
The Voice From The Edge Vol. 1
The Greatest Science-Fiction Stories of the 20th Century (Features Ellison and many others)

I would also have to check and see which of these are still in print. I'm not willing to post anything that is for obvious reasons. Please let me know if you're interested in seeing any of these posted.

Houseman said...

Great! You are a true hero to keep the man's name alive

Izmod the Terrible said...

Thank you so much for posting this! Not only am I now a raving Ellison, but (thanks to you) I got to hear him read his own words. You guys have an awesome blog going, keep up the outstanding work!