AISFP 189 – James Enge, Part 1

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Show Notes:

James Enge joins us to discuss Jack Vance, writing political fiction without pushing political agendas, how his University colleagues view his novels, writing “Philosophical romance shot through with elements of horror and morbidity,” the potentially negative impact of higher education on imagination, writing for popular appeal and much more.

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  1. Now i have to wonder if Morlock will ever run into a scribe named Enge somewhere in his adventures!

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