The Deathbird and Other Stories: The Voice from the Edge, Volume 4

The Deathbird and Other Stories: The Voice from the Edge, Volume 4

Harlan Ellison / Oct 21, 2019

The Deathbird and Other Stories The Voice from the Edge Volume In a prolific career spanning than years Harlan Ellison has been the acclaimed master of speculative fiction In fact a Locus poll named him the all time best writer of short fiction as well

  • Title: The Deathbird and Other Stories: The Voice from the Edge, Volume 4
  • Author: Harlan Ellison
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Audiobook
  • In a prolific career spanning than 50 years, Harlan Ellison has been the acclaimed master of speculative fiction In fact, a 1999 Locus poll named him the all time best writer of short fiction as well as the editor of the all time best anthology Dangerous Visions In addition to his dozens of Hugo, Nebula, and Locus Awards, Ellison has won two Edgar Awards from theIn a prolific career spanning than 50 years, Harlan Ellison has been the acclaimed master of speculative fiction In fact, a 1999 Locus poll named him the all time best writer of short fiction as well as the editor of the all time best anthology Dangerous Visions In addition to his dozens of Hugo, Nebula, and Locus Awards, Ellison has won two Edgar Awards from the Mystery Writers of America, and multiple Bram Stoker Awards from the Horror Writers Association including the Lifetime Achievement Award As an audiobook narrator, he s twice won Audie Awards and been nominated for a Grammy Award.The Deathbird Other Stories presents, for the first time in audio, 13 of Ellison s classic stories Ellison Wonderland The Deathbird Hugo Locus winner Nebula nominee The Creation of Water Run for the Stars Croatoan Hugo nominee The Beast Who Shouted Love at the Heart of the World Hugo winner On the Slab The Man Who Rowed Christopher Columbus Ashore Nebula nominee The Dreams a Nightmare Dreams The Whimper of Whipped Dogs Killing Bernstein Count the Clock That Tells the Time Locus winner Hugo nominee How Interesting A Tiny Man Nebula winner

    Deathbird The Deathbird The Deathbird The Deathbird was originally published in the March issue of FSF, illustrated by Leo Diane Dillon The Deathbird is a novelette by American writer Harlan Ellison It won the Hugo Award for Best Novelette and Locus Award for Best Short Story. Deathbird Character Comic Vine Deathbird Deathbird is the older sister of Lilandra Neramani and D Ken She deposed her sister and has ruled the Shi ar Empire twice She was married to Vulcan Gabriel Summers. Deathbird Powers, Enemies, History Marvel Deathbird is the first born of the Shi ar Royal Family, a humanoid alien race descendant of bird like creatures Due to a throwback gene sequence, Deathbird was born with wings, which enabled her to fly. The Deathbird AbeBooks Deathbird Stories by Harlan Ellison and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks The Deathbird AbeBooks abebooks Passion for books. Deathbird Villains Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Deathbird Stories by Harlan Ellison , Paperback, Reprint for sale online eBay

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        Harlan Jay Ellison is a prolific American writer of short stories, novellas, teleplays, essays, and criticism.His literary and television work has received many awards He wrote for the original series of both The Outer Limits and Star Trek as well as The Alfred Hitchcock Hour edited the multiple award winning short story anthology series Dangerous Visions and served as creative consultant writer to the science fiction TV series The New Twilight Zone and Babylon 5.Several of his short fiction pieces have been made into movies, such as the classic The Boy and His Dog.webmaster harlanellison


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    1. The Deathbird & Other Stories: The Voice from the Edge Vol. 4: Some of his most experimental storiesOriginally posted at Fantasy LiteratureThis is the fourth installment in Harlan Ellison’s 5-volume THE VOICE FROM THE EDGE series. He’s a born storyteller, without question the most passionate, intense and brilliant audiobook narrator I’ve ever experienced. He captures the characters’ quirks and attitudes, and narrates with masterful pacing and tone. This is the ideal showcase for him [...]


    2. Tremendous. Great to hear Harlan's 'How Interesting : A Tiny Man', his most recent award winner. Some stories in this collection are more accessible than others, but all are never less than thought provoking and at best truly awesome. The Deathbird is deservedly a masterwork.


    3. Harlan Ellison has a dirty mind, and when he speaks out what is on his mind he is so close that you can almost smell his foul breath as his raspy voice cuts deep into your eardrums while you fall into his whirlpool of utter despair. Oh, there is little hope out, here you are stuck in a gigantic labyrinthal sewer infested with rats and corpses and no light at the end of it all. Just a bunch of egotistical, sociopathic protagonists battling out egotistical, sociopathic antagonists; and you know ve [...]


    4. OBSCURE - is how I found most of these fantasy stories by Harlan Ellison. One or two stayed with me for a while, like the detailed description of Prometheus's punishment and the story where wasted time - and people who do nothing with their time on Earth - end up in a meaningless grey dimension. Oh yes, and the one where the junkie takes over an invading alien fleet by turning them into addicts and then as leader becomes clean himself. No more books by Harlan Ellison for me I think.


    5. AV Club's "Gateways to Geekery" for Harlan Ellison recommend starting with "The Deathbird." I've recognized Ellison in the pantheon of speculative fiction authors and thought leaders since the heyday of my sci-fi reading in the early '80s, but aside from some contributions to The Twilight Zone Magazine (a dearly beloved text for me in those formative years), I recently realized that I couldn't cite a title from among his major works that I can recall actually reading. Time to rectify that! In ad [...]


    6. I've been enjoying this series of audiobooks a lot. This particular one is not entirely narrated by Ellison, but the other performances are very good. I think the stories in this book are not quite as good (as a whole) as the previous ones, with the exception of The Deathbird, which is a masterpiece. Just for that single story (which is long, actually a novella), this is more than worth it, it's now one of my favorite short stories ever, reminding me of the times I discovered Ray Bradbury and Ne [...]





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