Most of the books published in England were already dead before birth. It was disgusting, really. One would have expected a certain amount of development in the field of preventive medicine. Captain Mackenzie has suggested a contraceptive on the fountain pen as a suitable remedy. That way they could scribble all day and do no harm to anyone.
Michael Moorcock, 'The Dodgem Division', 1968Posted by mark at September 4, 2004 12:34 AM | TrackBack