Saturday, September 25, 2010

Ellison's farewell?

In this interview, Harlan Ellison, whom I invoke frequently, tells Isthmus that this weekend's MadCon in Madison, Wis., will be his last convention appearance, that the new publication of his collaborative teleplay The Discarded will be his last book, and that the 15,000-word introduction he wrote for the book, titled "Riding the Rails in Atlantis," will be his last piece of writing for publication.  The 76-year-old says, "I'm busy writing the end of the longest story I've ever written, which is me."

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