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Michael Moorcock

Michael Moorcock is astounding. His enormous production contains over 50 novels, countless short stories and a rock album. He was born in London 1939, became an editor for Tarzan Adventures when he was 16 years old and than continue as an editor for Sexton Blake Library. He has since than worked constantly as a writer/editor, and is without doubt ... See full bio »

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 2015 Michael Moorcock: Jerusalem Commands (Video documentary)
 1979 Read All About It (TV Series) (questions: Quiz of the Week - 1 episode)
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 1974 The Land That Time Forgot (screenplay)
 1973 The Final Programme (novel "The Final Programme")
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Author: "The Champion of Garathorm" (The second volume of "The Chronicles of Castle Brass") See more »

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Arthuriana has become a genre in itself, more like TV soap opera where people think they know the characters. All that's fair enough, but it does remove the mythic power of the feminine and masculine principles. So I prefer it in its original form, even if you have to wade through Mallory's 'Le Morte d'Arthur' -- people smashing people for pages and pages! It still has the resonances of myth ... See more »


Prolific science fiction and fantasy author who has won the British Science Fiction Association Award (1966), the Nebula Award (1967), the Derleth Award (1972, 1974, 1975, 1976), the Guardian Fiction Prize (1977), the Campbell Memorial Award (1979), and the World Fantasy Award (1979). See more »

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