THE SHORTEST AND THE LONGEST: CELEBRATING TWO YEARS (WITH AN INVITATION TO READ SF)

Two years ago, on September 19 2010, I started publishing my ranting and raving on teaching English Literature (and other academic matters) here. I am very much surprised myself by the frequency and regularity of my postings, which now amount to 100,000 words, a long book.

Writing this blog, my journal of the plague years of the crisis, feels often very, very lonely. Yet, it keeps me sane (or rather, it prevents me from going insane) and, well, from comments published here and others I get in person, my guess is that someone is reading me, if only a few (thanks José Ángel, I appreciate!!). I don’t think I have ever wasted my time writing here, quite the opposite.

Anyway, to celebrate I’m giving away here a Guide I’ve written for anyone who might be interested, like me, in doing research in the field of SF. Yes, I know, it’s an odd gift, but, I don’t know, it just feels right. I hope someone ‘out there’ enjoys it.

Thanks!!!

RESEARCHING SCIENCE FICTION

1 comentario en “THE SHORTEST AND THE LONGEST: CELEBRATING TWO YEARS (WITH AN INVITATION TO READ SF)

  1. Gracias por las thanks— and may you have the force to go on. Most bloggers I suppose must go through a long desert trek, and they usually give up sooner rather than late. But you’ve still got a long way to go before you equal my record on Flickr, more than 12,000 photos and maybe a dozen commentaries, that’s one commentary per 1000 postings! Eventually one gets to the conclusion that it’s done either for pleasure or for the heck of it; responses are never up to our expectations, but that doesn’t always turn off the internal compulsion if it’s there to begin with.

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