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Author:  kevinacheek [ Mon Jan 11, 2016 6:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Feast of Laughter Volume 3

We did it again! At long last, Feast of Laughter Volume #3 is here!

This issue has the best content and production yet, including an interview with Harlan Ellison, correspondence between Lafferty and Alan Dean Foster, and two Lafferty pieces:
"Tell it Funny Og" an essay on the power of storytelling
"Configuration of the North Shore"

Download the free PDF from www.feastoflaughter.org

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Introduction to the Boomer Flats Gazette by Dan Knight

World Abounding - New Essays
Ray by Rick Norwood
One Cannot Give Too Many Instances by John Ellison
Eudaimonism in R.A. Lafferty’s Aurelia by Gregorio Montejo
Outside the Cathedral by Kevin Cheek
Copyright, Copyleft, Copyfuture by Rich Persaud
Lafferty and His Monsters - Part 1: The Early Works by Daniel Otto Jack Petersen
The Annals and Ace; or, The Textual History of an Historical Text by Andrew Ferguson

All But the Words - Translating Lafferty
From Russia with Laff: A Very Brief Report on R.A. Lafferty’s Russian Translations by Niyaz N. Abdullin

Bright Coins in a Never-Ending Stream - Reprinted Essays
R. A. Lafferty: Effective Arcanum by Don Webb
A Sound of Lafferty by Roman Orszanski
R. A. Lafferty: The Function of Archetype in the Western Mystical Tradition by Dena C. Bain Taylor
Thus We Frustrate Charlemagne by Paul Kincaid
R.A. Lafferty, Sir Thomas More, and the Problems of Utopia by Robert Bee
Introduction to R.A. Lafferty’s The Fall of Rome by Darrell Schweitzer
Introduction to The Devil Is Dead by Charles Platt

In Deepest Pen and Ink - Laffertian Illustration
Hound Dog’s Ear illustrations by Lissanne Lake

Through Other Eyes - Reviews
The Man Who Made Models - Review by Stephen Case
Past Master by R. A. Lafferty by MPorcius
Utopia by Thomas More by MPorcius
R.A. Lafferty — Apocalypses (1977) by Gene McHugh

Club Mentiros - Works inspired by Lafferty
Three Poems by Bill Rogers
- DOMOVOI
- THE GREEN MORNING
- MARTINMAS WEEK
The Lost Children of Boo-Hay World
by Daniel Otto Jack Petersen
Who Was That? by Martin Heavisides
People are Strange by Christopher Blake
Justice by Dan Knight
An Afterword to “Justice” by Gregorio Montejo
Bone Girl by J Simon
Barstone by Stephen R. Case

Correspondence with the Cranky Old Man from Tulsa
Letter from Alan Dean Foster to R. A. Lafferty
R. A. Lafferty’s Reply to Alan Dean Foster
Letter from Alan Dean Foster Nominating Lafferty for the Arrell Gibson Life Achievement Award

Guesting Time - Interview
An Interview with Harlan Ellison by Andrew Mass

The Man With the Aura - Lafferty's own words!
Don’t Just Read Lafferty, Be Lafferty! A Lafferty Mask Template by Anthony Ryan Rhodes
Tell It Funny, Og by R. A. Lafferty
Configuration Of The North Shore by R. A. Lafferty

All the People - Those who contributed
List of Contributors

Author:  Nat! [ Thu Jan 21, 2016 1:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Feast of Laughter Volume 3

This issue has a lot of interesting stuff in it. So far it's in my opinion the best.

Author:  kevinacheek [ Fri Jan 29, 2016 2:22 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Feast of Laughter Volume 3

Thank you. It's been a month now, and I'm still grinning like a proud father!

We are now accepting contributions for Feast of Laughter Volume 4. We would like contributions of original essays, previously published essays (with explicit permission from the author/copyright holder), reviews, stories and artwork inspired by Lafferty, and something new this volume: "Lightning Essays," short essays of around 300 to 600 words about Lafferty's work, life, legacy, and influence.

Send your contributions to editor@feastoflaughter.org

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