The disappearance and upcoming return of John M. Ford
November 15, 2019 7:41 AM Subscribe
The more I looked into Ford’s career, the more frustrating and mystifying his posthumous invisibility came to seem. Ford had won the Philip K. Dick Award and multiple World Fantasy Awards. He was a beloved and influential peer to writers including Neil Gaiman, Jo Walton, Ellen Kushner, James Rigney (better known as Robert Jordan), Jack Womack, and Daniel Abraham. So why had so few people heard of him? Why wasn’t anyone publishing his books?Isaac Butler fell in love with John M. Ford's writing, started looking into his career and in the process helped bring his work back into publication.
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