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MisterBob Comments: Words fail me!
Tagged with: A Women of the Iron People Series • anthropomorphism • Avonova Books • damsel • Eleanor Arnason • Gary Ruddell • strange animals • Ting! • wtf
“…and that’s why I was sacked from Kid Creole and the Coconuts.”
It’s good to see Mrs Bigfoot working again in the creative arts.
What’s the difference between ‘non-predictable’ and ‘unpredictable’? I feel I may be missing a LeGuinian nuance.
“… Yetis, tramps and thieves…”
Because she’s worth it.
A tale of puberty.
Yeah, she likes to party hearty — she’s got those Christmas tree lights around her waist!
This ‘natural woman’ movement has gotten ridiculous. Someone teach this lady how to use a Schick!
On the back cover, it says:
“Pull quotes…cobbled together…from…unrelated…sentences!”
Out, out, damned hyphens.
Bigfoot left his bottled water and glo-sticks at home.
Er, Bigfoot’s girlfriend, I mean.
She’s undergoing a change, all right.
The designer seems to be aiming for the world record for number of different fonts on a single cover.
I. AM. IRON…Uh…PERSON.
Shake, shake, shake…..Shake your booty….Shake your booty!
*That’s* Iron Man’s wife? No wonder she doesn’t show up in the movies.
Some things might look interesting in a book… but that doesn’t mean they should also be on the cover. Especially so hideously executer. (Eleanor Arnason does include that kind of furry people in the book. But i bet they don’t look or act like that).
Problem 1. Being the first in the conga line is always awkward.
Problem 2. You lost a wrestling match with the Christmas tree and you weren’t earthed.
Problem 3. You’re melting.
The solution is NOT nonchalance.
Ursula Le Guin’s name is almost as prominent as Eleanor Arnason’s.
Do we have any covers here where the quote-source’s name is printed bigger than the name of the actual author?
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