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October quote #1: “This is a ghost who has been telling you stories and drinking your wine.” Who said it, and in what book? (This picture is not a hint - it's just nice art!) Email your guess to [email protected] before Wednesday – the winner for the month gets a prize! https://t.co/ai0yn1WnND Read More

Oct 07 2022, 3:34 pm

This week, I'm writing a new story, and returning to the world of The Last Unicorn . . . (image from The Last Unicorn © 1982 ITC Films Inc) https://t.co/j5A9pN0fXc Read More

Oct 04 2022, 8:00 pm

I was asked recently where the phrase “the last of the red hot swamis” came from. What can I say? It seemed like a good idea at the time. (image from The Last Unicorn © 1982 ITC Films Inc) https://t.co/p92pOSjYj8 Read More

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"One of my favorite writers."
— Madeleine L’Engle
author of A Wrinkle in Time
“[Beagle] has been compared, not unreasonably, with Lewis Carroll and J. R. R. Tolkien, but he stands squarely and triumphantly on his own feet.”
— Saturday Review
“Peter S. Beagle has both opulence of imagination and mastery of style.”
— New York Times Book Review
“Peter Beagle deserves a seat at the table with the great masters of fantasy.”
— Christopher Moore
author of Lamb and The Serpent of Venice
"One of the all-time greats."
— The Guardian
"Not only one of our greatest fantasists, but one of our greatest writers, a magic realist worthy of consideration with such writers as Marquez, Allende, and even Borges."
— The American Culture
“For fantasy fans, Beagle should be a staple.”
— Library Journal
"There are other authors who can write a sentence as well as Beagle, but there are very few who keep inventing sparkling fantasy ideas for decade after decade."
— SF Commentary
“Peter S. Beagle is a master of the magical.”
— Kurt Busiek
author of Astro City and The Avengers
"At his best, Peter S. Beagle outshines the moon, the sun, the stars, the entire galaxy."
— Seattle Times