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The Axolotl: fact or fiction? (Read 2165 times)
Jeff M.
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The Axolotl: fact or fiction?
31. Dec 2003 at 17:24
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Well, for years I assumed the Axolotl was another product of our man Blaylock's fertile imagination. They're real however, and you can read a bit about them here:

http://www.caudata.org/axolotl/


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Re:  The Axolotl: fact or fiction?
Reply #1 - 17. Mar 2004 at 02:11
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There were three Blaylock short stories published originally as limited edition hardcovers by Axolotl Press (bought out by now defunct Pulphouse Press{Kristine Katherine Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith}, Axolotl's founder later started Silver Salamander Press - guess he had a thing for lizards!).  They were: "The Pink of Fading Neon," " The Shadow on the Doorstep," and "Two Views of a Cave Painting."
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