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How to contact Anne MacCaffrey?? [message #224691] Tue, 27 August 1985 18:50 Go to next message
donch is currently offline  donch
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Posted: Tue Aug 27 18:50:40 1985
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I want to get in touch with Anne MacCaffrey, best known perhaps for her
delightful Dragon series of novels.

Does anyone in netland know how to go about contacting her or the
author of one's choice?

Also, I received a reply some months ago regarding David Brin that said
he was working on another novel, uplifting gorillas, I believe.  Anyone
know where he stands on that piece or any other stories?
Re: How to contact Anne MacCaffrey?? [message #224732 is a reply to message #224691] Wed, 15 January 2014 11:16 Go to previous message
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Posted: Wed Dec 31 18:59:59 1969
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In article <3184@teklabs.UUCP> donch@teklabs.UUCP (Don Chitwood) writes:
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>Does anyone in netland know how to go about contacting her or the
>author of one's choice?
>
I gues I am doomed, DOOMED you hear me, *doomed*! to post this every couple
of months....  You can get whatever address is best used to write to an
author by going to (or calling) your reference librarian.  There is a 
wonderful book which she will have (haven't met any male ones yet, perhaps
there is a sex-linked characteristic for knowing everything and smilingly
litening to dumb questions) which can give you what you need.  Sometimes
it is just the agent's address, but often it is the author's real live home
address.

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			Charlie Martin
			(...mcnc!duke!crm)
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