Sunday, August 17, 2008


BAINBRIDGE, Mary: Winter Swan
—from Lisa Goldstein's "Reader's Guide"

BALTIMORE, Hall: Witch Hunter; The Vampire Executions ("from an idea by Bobby LaGrange")
—from Francis Ford Coppola's film Twixt

, Arturo: “The Little Dog Laughed,” “The Long Lost Hills,” untitled novel ("the story of Vera Rivkin")
—from John Fante's Ask the Dust

, Joseph Cameron:
Cabot's House
Lips That Could Kiss
Ruthpen Hallburton
The Wind at Morning
"others, others"

—from Lawrence Block's "With a Smile for the Ending," in Enough Rope
BANION, Gerry: Sageknights of Darkhorn
—from Steve Hely's How I Became a Famous Novelist

BANKS, Rosie M.: Mervyn Keene, Clubman; Only a Factory Girl; 'Twas Once in May
—from P. G. Wodehouse, Eggs, Beans and Crumpets

BARBECUE-SMITH, Mr.: Pipe-Lines to the Infinite
—from Aldous Huxley's Crome Yellow

BARR, Frank Walker:
Mythos and Tyrannos
Time's Body

—from John Crowley's Aegypt cycle
BARTH, Septon: Dragons, Wyrms, and Wyvern: Their Unnatural History
—from George R. R. Martin's A Dance with Dragons

BASSETT, Clarence: The Bassett Family
—from Ross Macdonald's The Barbarous Coast

BEAMISH, Alan: A Pox on the Box: Memoirs of a Disillusioned Broadcaster (Cape, 1993)
—from Jonathan Coe's The Winshaw Legacy

BELDECAR: History of the Rhoynish Wars
—from George R. R. Martin's A Storm of Swords

BELZNER, Zalman: Beyond the Pale, Yeshiva Bokher
—from Joseph Epstein's "Beyond the Pale"

BENDRIX, Maurice:
The Ambitious Host
The Crowned Image
The Grave on the Water-Front

—from Graham Greene's The End of the Affair
BIEDELMAN, Roz: Trampled Ivy
—from Heidi Julavits's The Uses of Enchantment

BLAIR, Alan: I Pity I
—from Jonathan Ames's Wake Up, Sir!

BLAKE, Lilith: The Reunion and Others; The White Hands and Other Tales (Unpublished: MS Collection)
—from Mark Samuels's "The White Hands" 

BLAKE, Royden: "The Necklace of Malvio d'Alfi," "The Wreck of the S.S. Lorelei," "The King of the Trojans," "The Lost Girdle of Venus"
—from John Cheever's "A Miscellany of Characters That Will Not Appear"

BODWIN, Stultitia: Offal
—from P.G. Wodehouse's "Best Seller," in Mulliner Nights

BOTHWAYS, Fallopia: Procurer to the King
—from Russell Hoban's Turtle Diary

BOWDEN, Daniel: Between the City and the City
—from China Mieville's The City & the City

BOXED PARROT: Green Under Closed Lids
—from Carrie Olivia Adams's Intervening Absence

BRADLEY, Nick: China, Cross the Bay
—from the Nicholas Ray film Born to Be Bad

BRAEBURN, P.P.: "Saturn in October," in nebulous 5
—from Chris Ware's Acme Novelty Library (Vol. 19)

BRANBORN, Michael: Impossible Tribes
—from David Gordon's The Serialist

BRAUN, Barbara: When Lilacs Last (memoir)
—from Vladimir Nabokov's unpublished "review" of his memoir Speak, Memory

BRODY, Joe: The Barbecued God: Death of a Yorkshireman
—from James Hynes's Publish and Perish

BROE, F.N.: Etchings
—from Harry Stephen Keeler's Y. Cheung, Business Detective

BROGAN, Jimmy: The Squad
—from Brooklyn 9-9, season 1, episode 8

BROOKS, Preston: Kindness to Birds—from Steve Hely's How I Became a Famous Novelist

BROWN, W.K.: "The Seeing-Eye Dogs of Mars," in nebulous 5
—from Chris Ware's Acme Novelty Library (Vol. 19)

BUDDINGER, Branson: A History of Old Derry (Orono: University of Maine Press, 1950)
—from Stephen King's It


davidbdale said...

BAZAKBAL, Tazio: Outside the town of Malbork
--from Italo Calvino, If on a winter's night a traveler

davidbdale said...

BANDERA, Calixto: Around an empty grave
--from Italo Calvino, If on a winter's night a traveler

Dr. D said...

BLOBB, Dr. Diocletian: An Account of the Singular Peregrinations of Dr Diocletian Blobb among the Italians, Illuminated with Exemplary Tales from the True History of That Outlandish and Fantastical Race, from Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49

Mike said...

BELSEY, Howard
--from Zadie Smith, "On Beauty"

(He is unsuccessfully trying to write a book about Rembrandt, the title of which is mentioned somewhere in the middle of the book.)

jk said...

Banks, Rosie M.:
Pen name of Mrs. Bingo Little, author of a number of sentimental works of fiction ("neglected by the reviewers but widely read") including:
The Woman Who Braved All
Mervyn Keene, Clubman
All for Love
A Red, Red Summer Rose
Madcap Myrtle
Only a Factory Girl
The Courtship of Lord Strathmorlick

From The Inimitable Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse.

crowleycrow said...

Lord Byron, _The Evening Land_ (a novel written by Lord Byron in John Crowley's novel of the same name.

Richard Gould-Saltman said...

Isn't Bolano's "Nazi Literature In America" essentially an entire sub-library?

Doug French said...

Bible, Thomas: Through the Brain Darkly -- from Scott Bakker, "Neuropath"

jenn.seiler said...

how is it that just one of the "If on a winter's night a traveler" books gets on the list (and one from the end, no less)? If you know one shouldn't you be aware of them all?

Daniel said...

BATES, Desmond: Analysing Discourse: An Introduction.
—from David Lodge's Deaf Sentence

Marianaria Sra. bibliotecaria said...

Brennan, Timothy: Shield of Justice; Shield of Night; Shield of Honor. (All published: New York: Salient House.)

In: Alice Kimberly: The Ghost and Mrs. McClure.

seraillon said...

BURROUGHS, William: My Past Was an Evil River
- from William Burroughs, The Cat Inside

Michael Pollak said...
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Simon Tabbush said...

Brodge, "Changing Westward", cited by Malcolm Bradbury, "Rates of Exchange". (It is of course a fusion of Bradbury, "Stepping Westward" and David Lodge, "Changing Places".)