Thursday, May 28, 2009

Sharp Teeth and Other Things of An Ellisonian Nature

I've always liked Harlan Ellison. My copy of the Essential Ellison sits on the shelf behind me--I remember pouring over that book and reading story after story when I was twenty years old, had very little money, and was living New York. It was the perfect book to be reading. I even wrote a couple of stories that were certainly "Ellisonian" in tone but, mostly, they weren't very good.

But I've been thinking about doing some "real" writing again after not really doing it since I got out of school back in 2004. We'll see.

In the meantime this documentary about Harlan Ellison called Dreams With Sharp Teeth is due out this month on DVD. Looks great.


  1. I've never read a book by Harlan, but I loved his work for Marvel Comics (he did my favorite Daredevil comic "The Most Dangerous Night of my Life" in the 80's), and his work on Trek and Land of The Lost.

  2. Ellison is huge! Didn't discover him until a few years ago but devoured the Essential Ellison and everything else I've been able to find.