Sunday, August 17, 2008


TALBOT, Fleur: Warrender Chase
—from Muriel Spark's Loitering With Intent

TARSLAW, Pete: The Tornado Ashes Club
—from Steve Hely's How I Became a Famous Novelist

TAYBACK, F.L. ("Four Leaf"): Tropic Thunder —from the Ben Stiller film Tropic Thunder

TENENBAUM, Etheline: Family of Geniuses
—from the Wes Anderson film The Royal Tenenbaums

TENENBAUM, Margot: Three Plays (Erotic Transference, Nakedness Tonight, Static Electricity)
—from Wes Anderson's The Royal Tenenbaums

THAINE, Tyrus: The Roumanian
—from Maxwell Bodenheim's New York Madness

THOMAX, Maester: Dragonkin, Being a History of House Targaryen from Exile to Apotheosis, with a Consideration of the Life and Death of Dragons
—from George R. R. Martin's A Feast for Crows

THORPE, Carey: Author and Auteur: Dynamism and Domination in Film, The Mob at the Movies: Down from Rico to Puzo
—from Donald E. Westlake's "A Travesty," collected in Enough

THOSS, Dr. Raymond: Winter Solstice: The Longest Night of a Society; "The Last Feast of Harlequin"
—from Thomas Ligotti, "The Last Feast of Harlequin"

THREAD SOUND: What Is Beneath
—from Carrie Olivia Adams's Intervening Absence

THURING, Mary Elizabeth: Coarse-Cut Marmalade Enema Binge (opens with the erotic sonnet "The Wilted Crudités")
—from Mark Leyner's Et Tu, Babe

TIPTON, Virginia: The Light of Seven Matchsticks
—from Wes Anderson's film Moonrise Kingdom

TOD, Theodora: Princess, Princess
—from Gary Walkow's Crashing

TOLLIVER, Orson Card: The Accidental Chrononaut; Little Lost Lamb, Who Made Thee?; Timecode: Omega
—from John Wray's The Lost Time Accidents

"TOMCAT MURR": Thought and Intuition, or, Cat and Dog (a "philosophical and didactic novel of sentiment"), Mousetraps and their Influence on the Character and Achievement of the Feline Race (political work), Cawdallor, King of Rats (tragedy)
—from E.T.A. Hoffmann's The Life and Opinions of Tomcat Murr

TOPLISS, Ed: Beachcomber Sin, Escape to Lust, Passion's Prisoner, Raving Passion, Summer Sex (all written as Dirk Smuff)
—from Donald E. Westlake's Adios, Scheherazade: A Serious Comedy

TOPSIUS, Dr. (first name unknown): An Annotated Walk Around Jerusalem
—from José Maria de Eça de Queiroz's The Relic

TRALPIS, Ashley, M.D., Ph.D.: Feeling GREAT!
—from Jonathan Franzen's The Corrections

TRAPNEL, X. (Frances Xavier): Bin Ends, Camel Ride to the Tomb, Dogs Have No Uncles, Profiles in String
—from Anthony Powell's A Dance to the Music of Time

, Pên: The Garden of Forking Paths
—from Jorge Luis Borges's "The Garden of Forking Paths"

TRIGORIN, Boris Alekseyevich: Days and Nights
—from Anton Chekhov's The Seagull

TRIPP, Grady: The Land Downstairs
—from Michael Chabon's Wonder Boys

, Kilgore:

2BRO2B (featuring "an America in which almost all of the work was done by machiens, and the only people who could get work had three or more Ph.D.'s. There was a serious overpopulation problem, too)
Pan-Galactic Three-Day Pass ("It was an exciting story, all about a man who was serving on a sort of Space-Age Lewis and Clark expedition.")
Venus on the Half-Shell
The Son of Jimmy Valentine
Pan-Galactic Three-Day Pass
How You Doin'?
The First District Court of Thank You; Oh Say Can You Smell?; The Gospel From Outer Space; The Gutless Wonder; Maniacs in the Fourth Dimension
The Big Board
The Pan-Galactic Memory Bank
Plague on Wheels
Pan-Galactic Straw Boss
The Smart Bunny
Now It Can Be Told
Sf-1, A Selective Bibliography

—first two titles from Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater; remainder of the bibliography from "Kilgore Trout" (Philip José Farmer)'s Venus on the Half-Shell

TROUT, Theodore: "The Vilzar Matter," in nebulous 5
—from Chris Ware's Acme Novelty Library (Vol. 19)

TUGGS, LeonGeneral Theory of Industrial Sex (“which posits . . . that civilization is based on the male piston and the female cylinder, the male bolt and the female nut"); General Theory of Mobility

—from Stanley Crawford's Petroleum Man

TULA, N'Gome: Dreaming of Buck Owens ("A memoir by the Nigerian human rights activist about his time as a diamond miner and his love of American culture")
—from Steve Hely's How I Became a Famous Novelist

TULAFALE, Stanley: Cooking the Captain: The Colonialist as Yorkshire Pudding
—from James Hynes's Publish and Perish

TULIPS THAT WOULD BE ON THE TABLE: The Inside Before Unfurling
—from Carrie Olivia Adams's Intervening Absence

TULL, Richard: Dreams Don't Mean Anything, Untitled, The History of Increasing Humiliation (nonfiction)
—from Martin Amis's The Information

TUMKIN, BrianArthur the Anteater
—from Judy Blume's Superfudge

TURGIDITI, Ivan: Wet Socks
—from Michael Moorcock's "Pale Roses"

TURNER, Ethan: The Solitude of Trees, My Wild Animal Heart, Storm (unpublished), Wolf Trials (unpublished); Centaur Boy
—from Friends From College

TUTTLE, Benoit: "Of All the Skies That Weep," in nebulous 5
—from Chris Ware's Acme Novelty Library (Vol. 19)

TYRELL, Cecil: Orange Steel ("It's supposed to be very difficult, what's the word, inaccessible.")
—from Gilbert Sorrentino's Odd Number


Ng Yi-Sheng said...

T'sui Pen's "The Garden of Forking Paths", as mentioned in Jorge Luis Borges's short story of the same title.

Stewart said...

Warrender Chase, Fleur Talbot

~from Muriel Spark's Loitering With Intent

Dr. D said...


An Annotated Walk Around Jerusalem

from Eca de Queiroz' The Relic

JRSM said...

TRIGORIN, Boris Alekseyevich: Days and Nights
—from Anton Chekhov's 'The Seagull'

TRIPP, Grady: The Land Downstairs
-from Michael Chabon's 'Wonder Boys'

Unknown said...

Freda Trowte, "Fain Had I Thus Loved", cited by Beachcomber. She has been described as the Anatole France of Herefordshire.