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    Thread: Happy Birthday Andre
Post: Happy Birthday Andre

Michael Wrote:I wish I had time to do a fitting memorial for her. Michael et al: What would you think of a "24 Hours of Andre Norton" reading event? Participants would pledge to read something by Ms....
Hinermad Andre Norton 9 1,627 February 13th, 2006, 04:09 PM
    Thread: Did she or didn't she
Post: Did she or didn't she

Paul B. Wrote:Dave, Yes, that's what I meant when I said an artifact. That's what shtml does. The page says the poem presented on that page is copyright. I hope it isn't legal to change one word o...
Hinermad Andre Norton 5 1,646 February 1st, 2006, 03:39 PM
    Thread: Did she or didn't she
Post: Did she or didn't she

Paul B. Wrote:I followed your link and at the bottom of the page, it says this is copyright AN. If it is attributed as a 19th century nursery rhyme, how can anyone copyright it? Shouldn't it be in t...
Hinermad Andre Norton 5 1,646 January 31st, 2006, 10:38 AM
    Thread: Irv Koch
Post: Irv Koch

I didn't know Irv beyond his posts here, but I learned pretty quickly to stop and read anything with a Bilbo Baggins avatar on it. Apparently someone at the SFWA knew him, because they've marked his ...
Hinermad Andre Norton 6 1,918 November 30th, 2005, 03:13 PM
    Thread: Should Ms. Norton's universe continue to expand?
Post: Should Ms. Norton's universe continue to expand?

Bravo6 Wrote:Since that hope will never be realized the only option is for others to take up the challenge. The risk is a series of stories that fall short of expectations. The upside is addition a di...
Hinermad Andre Norton 9 2,101 November 8th, 2005, 04:51 PM
    Thread: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen
Post: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen

Hinermad Wrote:One of the last Solar Queen books I read (Derelict For Trade or Mind For Trade, both earlier this year) seemed to imply that the embargo was for a certain period of time. I wasn't clear...
Hinermad Andre Norton 21 4,652 October 20th, 2005, 11:31 PM
    Thread: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen
Post: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen

Paul B. Wrote:The Last Planet, AKA Star Rangers was reprinted in an omnibus called Star Soldiers. The other book with it was Star Guard. Paul et al: Baen has made a couple of Ms. Norton's (as well a...
Hinermad Andre Norton 21 4,652 October 10th, 2005, 10:02 AM
    Thread: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen
Post: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen

Quick followup: I found a massive timeline of Ms. Norton's universe at http://www.dnaco.net/~mobrien/andre/index.html Dave
Hinermad Andre Norton 21 4,652 October 6th, 2005, 03:33 PM
    Thread: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen
Post: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen

Paul B. Wrote:Yep, that's the one. You're welcome. Well, as I remember it, they weren't given FTL ships, they were given passage on FTL ships controlled by Central Control. That's how CC kept them ...
Hinermad Andre Norton 21 4,652 October 6th, 2005, 01:04 PM
    Thread: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen
Post: Free Traders, Zero Stone and Solar Queen

Paul B. Wrote:Star Guard - humanity was given FTL access to the stars by previous star-travelling intelligent races, under strictly controlled conditions, one of which was being required to act as mer...
Hinermad Andre Norton 21 4,652 October 6th, 2005, 11:07 AM
    Thread: Space Police
Post: Space Police

Paul B. Wrote:Just out of curiosity, I checked out this item, and they offer reprints from master or microfilm copies. They are charging $95.00 for this book. This seems extremely high to me, si...
Hinermad Andre Norton 5 1,515 July 15th, 2005, 02:31 PM
    Thread: Still in De-Nile
Post: Still in De-Nile

Folks, I know the feeling, except it's my Dad that I miss. One of the things I've wanted to tell him about since he passed was this board. He was a big fan of Ms. Norton's too. Dave
Hinermad Andre Norton 4 1,387 July 12th, 2005, 08:31 PM
    Thread: Andre laid to rest
Post: Andre laid to rest

Thank you for the photos. They're making me homesick. (Grin) Dave
Hinermad Andre Norton 11 2,411 June 9th, 2005, 12:34 PM
    Thread: Pictures of Andre's Urn
Post: Pictures of Andre's Urn

I can sympathize. I hope to return to Ohio some day myself, although in more, um, spacious quarters. Thanks for showing us the pictures. Dave
Hinermad Andre Norton 4 1,927 April 27th, 2005, 10:51 AM
    Thread: Pictures of Andre's Urn
Post: Pictures of Andre's Urn

Gryphons and an eternal flame. I can't think of much that would be more appropriate. Dave
Hinermad Andre Norton 4 1,927 April 26th, 2005, 10:17 PM
    Thread: help with title
Post: help with title

The bibliography at http://www.andre-norton.org/books/date.shtml lists it at the end as a compilation of Norton stories published in 1976. Dave
Hinermad Andre Norton 4 1,514 April 20th, 2005, 09:07 PM
    Thread: Passing of Andre Norton, March 17, 2005
Post: Passing of Andre Norton, March 17, 2005

Folks, I envy those of you who knew Ms. Norton personally; who have cards, letters, photographs, and gifts that came from her hands. But I still treasure her being and her memory, secondhand though i...
Hinermad Andre Norton 49 32,576 March 18th, 2005, 06:44 PM
    Thread: SFWA award named in honor of Ms. Norton
Post: SFWA award named in honor of Ms. Norton

Folks, This may be old news to the regulars here, but I thought it might be worth relaying for the new kids like me: The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) have created a literary...
Hinermad Andre Norton 1 1,799 February 25th, 2005, 11:23 AM
    Thread: Andre Norton (Hospice Care)
Post: Andre Norton (Hospice Care)

Sue, Thank you for keeping us, who cannot be there, aware of what's happening. Are you getting any help? Dave
Hinermad Andre Norton 27 12,160 February 21st, 2005, 10:48 PM
    Thread: Attention Ms. Andre Norton Fans (Hospitalized)
Post: Attention Ms. Andre Norton Fans (Hospitalized)

Sue S. Wrote:I want to thank every one who has called with their support and encouragement to me. I really appreciate it. Sue, Be sure to take care of yourself - you're the one on the scene and it's ...
Hinermad Andre Norton 19 3,569 February 17th, 2005, 11:15 AM
    Thread: The Horta-Master speaks
Post: The Horta-Master speaks

That was certainly a merry chase! And an appropriate title. My guess of being "involved in electronics" was meant to imply design, production, or repair of electronic devices, not herding of them. So ...
Hinermad Andre Norton 11 1,660 February 9th, 2005, 09:38 PM
    Thread: The Horta-Master speaks
Post: The Horta-Master speaks

Paul Goode Wrote:Okaaaaay--Glassblower. Hmmm--Beach bum. How 'bout -- Computer microchip designer. You own Silicon Valley. Bedouin camel jockey. Potter(Don't know how "Hairy" you are). Sandpaper manu...
Hinermad Andre Norton 11 1,660 February 8th, 2005, 11:21 AM
    Thread: The Horta-Master speaks
Post: The Horta-Master speaks

Paul B. Wrote:The basic bit you all overlooked is that the horta is a silicon-based lifeform. Let the guessing begin! Paul, The guessing began long ago, because that's about all I had to offer. Base...
Hinermad Andre Norton 11 1,660 February 7th, 2005, 11:48 AM
    Thread: The Horta-Master speaks
Post: The Horta-Master speaks

Paul B. Wrote:All good guesses, but you're getting colder (although it would be cool to make creatures/spaceships for films...). Go back to what you know of ST's horta. Paul, Hmmmm.... it was the on...
Hinermad Andre Norton 11 1,660 February 4th, 2005, 04:00 PM
    Thread: The Horta-Master speaks
Post: The Horta-Master speaks

Paul B. Wrote:This is really OT for the thread about the Lady's jewelery, so I've moved it to a new one...which is also OT for the general Norton forum, but maybe the moderators will let it slip by. ...
Hinermad Andre Norton 11 1,660 February 3rd, 2005, 02:07 PM
    Thread: Jewelry by Ms Norton
Post: Jewelry by Ms Norton

Some pseudo-random guesses: "Horta" could be short of "horticulture." You're a gardener? You own or operate a device that tunnels through rock as the Horta does. Your profile says you're in central ...
Hinermad Andre Norton 13 1,797 February 2nd, 2005, 07:04 PM
    Thread: Jewelry by Ms Norton
Post: Jewelry by Ms Norton

Paul B. Wrote:That's Horta, not whore! :wink: :leech: Paul, Okay, but what is a Horta? I'm familiar with the tunnelling creature from Star Trek, but mastering one doesn't sound like a feasible vocat...
Hinermad Andre Norton 13 1,797 February 2nd, 2005, 04:44 PM
    Thread: Jewelry by Ms Norton
Post: Jewelry by Ms Norton

Paul B. Wrote:By vocation, I am a Horta-master Is that legal? (Grin) Dave
Hinermad Andre Norton 13 1,797 February 2nd, 2005, 03:19 PM
    Thread: Newbie question
Post: Newbie question

Glenda, Wow, you ARE busy. Five books in five months? Well done! If I may ask: how many were completely written when you sold them? I'm curious because the technical publications I've written for pre...
Hinermad Andre Norton 14 1,943 January 30th, 2005, 02:26 PM
    Thread: Newbie question
Post: Newbie question

Glenda: Congratulations on getting published. I've never had any fiction published, but I did do a few technical articles in a programming magazine over the past few years. It scared me to death whe...
Hinermad Andre Norton 14 1,943 January 21st, 2005, 01:58 PM