An Edge in My Voice

Front Cover
Orion, Mar 5, 2012 - Fiction - 551 pages
5 Reviews
At the beginning of the 1980's Harlan Ellison agreed to do a regular column for the LA WEEKLY on the condition that they publish whatever he wrote, without revising it or suggesting rewrites. This collection collects what he wrote under those conditions. He writes in a conversational voice, but he is impassioned, persuasive, abusive and hilarious by turns.

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

Review: An Edge in My Voice

User Review  - Thomas - Goodreads

This thing doesn't get five stars because it's so astonishingly brilliant or because I agree with Ellison's ideas; sometimes they're half-baked and often he's just totally bizarre. It gets five stars ... Read full review

Review: An Edge in My Voice

User Review  - Algernon - Goodreads

Anyone have a copy of this they want to sell me? My copy has been lost for years, and I miss it. This was a collection of Harlan Ellison's columns for the LA Weekly during the 1980's, a gig for which ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Harlan Ellison is a multiple Hugo and Nebula Award winning writer and editor. He wrote the script for the hugely popular Star Trek episode, The City on the Edge of Forever, the Nebula Award-winning novella, A Boy and his Dog, and many acclaimed stories including 'Shatterday' and 'I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream'. His groundbreaking anthology Dangerous Visions was instrumental in defining the New Wave movement. Harlan Ellison lives in Los Angeles.

Bibliographic information