Sunday, December 09, 2001,20011209,1 is a link to page 1 of Mike Moorcock's Christmas Editorial for the Fantastic Metropolis website. It's refreshing to see the editorial Moorcock voice. And of course, he's right. And while you're there, take a look around the Fantastic Metropolis website.

This in on FAQ line Hey man, a fella name of "GMZoe" (the moderator of the board) has just mentioned a lengthy review of The Dark Knight Return 'way back in the Capitalist 80s and I was wondering if you could give the go-ahead to post it up on the boards, because I would like to read it and yet, being a young girl with big plans, have no time for seeking out obscure 80s magazine articles. Maybe you don't have the copyright, of course. Well, just thought I'd give it a go, Love Taxi which I thought interesting as I had just sent my copy of Foundation in which the Dark Knight review appeared off to the editors of a collected giant ragbag book of articles, introductions, shopping lists, really obscure bits of writing, and even a large chunk of the weblog, which will be published for the Boskone convention in 2002 by NESFA Press. In my head, it's called Stuff and Nonsense but John M. "Mike" Ford, who wrote the introduction, suggested calling it Adventures in the Dream Trade which is much more romantic and commercial and cool, so that's what it's going to be called. is the best place to find out more.

Hi Neil!
It's not an FAQ, but there seems to be no other way to let you know: The old Avon Books Neverwhere site is no longer in the Internet Archive. Clicking the link (
/ returns:
"Robots.txt Retrieval Exclusion.
We're sorry, access to has been blocked by the site owner via robots.txt." Poo.

Poo indeed. And nobody at Avon/Harper Collins blocked it. I believe they saved it though, before it vanished again, with an eye to putting it up as a Neverwhereish corner of So it's not gone forever. I hope.