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Standing Tall on the Wizard’s Dreams

The 1976 Oziana is the first with Jay Delkin as editor. The cover has an Oz alphabet designed by Bill Eubank. I know The Baum Bugle used these to start articles for a while, and at the time I was … Continue reading

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Absolutely Cuckoo

I think the first time I came across the word “Cloudcuckooland” might have been in The Dictionary of Imaginary Places, but I’ve come across the term occasionally since then. Apparently it’s actually used as the name of a place in … Continue reading

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I’m Crossing Over TV Lines

Between reading Full House Reviewed and Beth watching a lot of Norman Lear programs recently, I’ve been thinking about spin-offs, crossovers, and shared universes. I’m sure most of you are aware that The Jeffersons and Maude are both spin-offs of … Continue reading

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