Look Here: The first three Gor novels, with cover art by Robert Foster

Freshly scanned… interesting how the photo-reference becomes more insistent with each successive cover here…

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Keywords: Tarnsman of Gor, Outlaw of Gor, Priest-Kings of Gor, John Norman; Robert Foster.

Look Here: Three more SF covers with art by Kelly Freas

Travelled a bit in the past few weeks. Stopped at a few bookstores. Bought a few books. Like these, for instance:

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Keywords: To Challenge Chaos and Promised Land by Brian M. Stableford; The Werewolf Principle by Clifford D. Simak; Kelly Freas.

Look Here: Two more covers with art by Davis Meltzer

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Keywords: A Plague of Demons by Keith Laumer; World’s Best Science Fiction 1971 edited by Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carr; Davis Meltzer.

Another day, another web host…

Aside

Well… sorry for the overnight outage, folks, but now I’m back with a new site host that should allow me to post more often here without worrying about CPU usage and other technical nonsense. I’ve already put back a number of the features that I had stripped out of RCN in an attempt to work within the limitations of my previous hosting package, and I have activated a couple of new features. What this means for you is that you now have more points of entry into the RCN archive, and you can use your WordPress.com, Twitter, or Facebook accounts when you comment on this site.

I am hopeful that the new host and the new configuration will mean a better experience not only for visitors to this site but also for me. Yes, it is going to cost me a bit more to keep the site online from now on, but if that’s the price I have to pay to enjoy blogging at RCN again, so be it.