book cover of Ephemerata


A non fiction book by

F. Paul Wilson sold his first story in 1970. He's been writing ever since. Along the way, in addition to his fifty-plus volumes of fiction, he's published introductions, forewords, afterwords, reviews, obituaries, rants, guest blogs, and pieces that defy categorization. He lumps it all under the term Ephemerata.

Wilson collects nearly 160,000 words of his ephemerata here. Some of it trenchant, some of it moving, some of it infuriating, some of it autobiographical, and some of it just plain idiotic. No one will like all of it, but most will like some. The 100+ pieces here clock in at an average of a thousand words or so.

What does he think of the JFK assassination? What did he say (or not say) in his introduction to the first volume of Neil Gaiman's collected The Sandman that caused it to be replaced? What was his reaction to reading 'Salem's Lot? What was he paid for his contribution to Books to Die For? And what the hell was JanFanEx'97? The logical response is, "Who cares?" But if you enjoy his fiction, you might enjoy the answers to all these burning questions and more in Ephemerata.

This new, revised and expanded 2nd edition contains an extra 40,000 words of ephemerata. For owners of the 1st edition, simply reload the file from you Kindle content page to acquire the new material.

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March 2017 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition

Title: Ephemerata V3.0: The Odds and Ends of a Writing Life (revised and expanded)
Author(s): F Paul Wilson
Publisher: Wilsongs
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