Edgeworks: The Harlan Ellison hornbook. Harlan Ellison's movie

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White Wolf Pub., 1997 - Fiction - 536 pages
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Edgeworks Volume 3 presents The Harlan Ellison Hornbook: More than 50 essays by Ellison at his hair-tearing, tooth-gnashing best that cover everything from death to dingbats. This volume also includes Harlan Ellison's Movie, the script commissioned by a 20th Century-Fox producer who asked the fatal question, "If you could make any movie, with complete carte blanche, what would you do?"

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Review: The Harlan Ellison Hornbook / Harlan Ellison's Movie (Edgeworks #3)

User Review  - Daniel Appleton - Goodreads

A pretty good compilation of essays by Ellison. I need to go back & re - read it to refresh my memory. 1 piece I remember ( reasonably ) clearly was " No Offense Intended, But F**K Christmas", which ... Read full review

Review: The Harlan Ellison Hornbook / Harlan Ellison's Movie (Edgeworks #3)

User Review  - Tripp - Goodreads

The screenplay half of this book I couldn't get through, as I just don't care for reading screenplays. The first half of collected essays, though, is great. I'd give it 4 stars on its own. Read full review

Contents

AUTHORS NOTE XV
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The Lost Secrets of East Atlantis XXV
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Everything I Know about My Father 1
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Copyright

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