Michael Moorcock (born 1939-12-18) is a prolific British writer and editor, long known for his SF and fantasy works and now also for literary novels.
- It is almost impossible to have a baseless snobbish opinion of the General Theory of Relativity.
London Bone (1997) 
- Page numbers from the story included in the mass market paperback edition "Year's Best SF 3" edited by David G. Hartwell
- Americans need bullshit the way koala bears need eucalyptus leaves. They’ve become totally addicted to it. They get so much of it back home that they can’t survive without it.
- What the local politicians actually meant was that they hoped to claim the land in the name of the public and then make the usual profits privatizing it. There was a principle at stake. They had to ensure their friends and not outsiders got the benefit.
- A whole tangle of series, possibly including everything Moorcock's written, not excluding his grocery lists, but I'm not sure; certainly includes most of his fantasy. Various subseries are declared complete every so often, as for example in an ad for the Last Elric Book in the current issue of F&SF; such declarations sometimes prove true, but on the other hand, I've seen several previous Last Elric Books.
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