Ansible 337, August 2015

July 31st, 2015

Owing to a time paradox unfathomable by the puny intellect of its editor, the August Ansible appears on 31 July. Read tomorrow’s news today! Or, if you prefer, last week’s news tomorrow. But remember: The Future Is Tekon.

Still More Ebooks

July 16th, 2015

The latest Langford ebooks from Ansible Editions are Crosstalk: Interviews Conducted by David Langford (also available as a trade paperback) and Don’t Try This At Home: Selected Convention Reports (ebook only).

crosstalk donttrythis

More SFX Columns

July 4th, 2015

A couple of additions to the archive:

Additionally, I may as well mention here that the SF Encyclopedia has more scheduled downtime on 4 July and 5 July: we hope it’ll be back by Sunday evening. If you spared yourself the horror of reading this month’s Ansible you may not know that I published another book of Langford archive material with the more or less self-explanatory title Crosstalk: Interviews Conducted by David Langford.

Ansible 336, July 2015

July 2nd, 2015

Beware of the Thog!

Ansible 335, June 2015

June 1st, 2015

The world will little note, nor long remember.

Some Free Ebooks

May 18th, 2015

As light relief from preparing various Langford ebooks for sale, I made up some fannish freebies by various hands for a Free Ebooks Page now added to the TransAtlantic Fan Fund site. The Langford report of my 1980 TAFF trip is included: over 37,000 words of babble first published in booklet form in 1985.

Different Kinds of Darkness ebook

May 8th, 2015

The latest edition to the Langford ebook list at Ansible Editions is that hefty 2004 collection Different Kinds of Darkness – now expanded!


SFX Columns, Loncon 3 and More

May 6th, 2015

SFX magazine columns for February, March and April 2015.

Glimpses of Loncon – my Loncon 3 (2014 Worldcon) report for Banana Wings.

What Has Fourteen Protons and Lives in Newcastle? – a very silly Silicon 3 report from 1978, at last digitized for the recent Corflu/Tynecon fanthology.


Ansible 334, May 2015

May 1st, 2015

This issue is inevitably dedicated to the late Thomas M. Disch, author of 334 and The Puppies of Terra.

Ansible 333, April 2015

April 1st, 2015

As this issue’s cartoonist Steve Stiles notes, 333 is the dread number of the domestic house pet.