Loot

Books (Fiction), including comics:
Brian Aldiss, Cultural Breaks
R Scott Bakker, The Darkness That Comes Before
Daniel Clowes, Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron
L Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt, The Compleat Enchanter
Samuel R Delany, Babel-17
Samuel R Delany, Dhalgren
Guy Gavriel Kay, Sailing to Sarantium
Paul Kearney, The Way to Babylon
Paul Leonard, Doctor Who: Genocide
Kelly Link, Magic for Beginners
Frank Ludlow and , eds, Emerald Eye
, King of Morning, Queen of Day
Tom Reamy, Blind Voices
Robert Silverberg, The World Inside
Clifford D Simak, City
E.E. “Doc” Smith, First Lensman
E.E. “Doc” Smith, Galactic Patrol
E.E. “Doc” Smith, Triplanetary
Norman Spinrad, The Druid King
, Accelerando
, The Family Trade
James Tiptree Jr, Star Songs of an Old Primate

Books (Non-Fiction):
Andrew M Butler and , eds, The True Knowledge of Ken MacLeod
Malcolm Hulke and Terrance Dicks, The Making of Doctor Who (first edition)
, A Very British Genre
David Langford, Up Through An Empty House of Stars
David Pringle, The Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction
M.J. Simpson, Hitchhiker: A Biography of Douglas Adams
Splitting Infinity (Worldcon souvenir book)

Magazines:
Albedo [One] #30
Foundation #94, Summer 2005
Locus #534, July 2005
Matrix #174, July/August 2005
Meta #2, August 2005
Mimosa #27, 2001
Vector #242, July/August 2005

Videos:
Doctor Who: The Chase
Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks

Proper dust jacket for With Stars in My Eyes by Peter Weston

I have a very tolerant wife.

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1 Response to Loot

  1. sashajwolf says:

    That the ‘-ing’ present progressive and ‘do’ constructions in English come from Celtic languages.

    Some dialects of German also use the “do” constructions. I can still hear my best friend’s mother chivvying her to get ready for school: “Tust du dich anziehen?” “Ja, tu ich schon!”

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