Sterling E. Lanier Message Board

Dick Billington posts on 7/2/2007 3:30:01 AM Goodby Sterling, you may be gone but you will not be forgotten. Your books have been my travelling companions since the mid 1970s. I know that you did not finish the Hiero series but I firmly believe that writings such as yours on a post apocolyptic society helped to reduce international nuclear tension in the 1990s. My best wishes to your wife and family.
Gabriele Strube posts on 7/2/2007 1:18:18 AM Im so sorry. I love his books so much. My condolences to his family.
Anonymous posts on 7/1/2007 8:03:55 PM happy happy happy fun fun fun party party party friends friends friends why why why? Cause its your Birthday!

Martin Semple posts on 7/1/2007 7:46:30 PM So, so sorry to hear this sad news. My sincere condolences to Ann and family. Farewell Sterling, and thank you. Martin
Anonymous posts on 7/1/2007 6:26:43 PM hi hi hi uuu uuu hi uuu hi uuu hi hi uuu!
BJS posts on 7/1/2007 6:16:15 PM Hi Caregiver, Thankyou for confirming the sad news I'd heard earlier today. I've found the obit on the Herald Tribune website. Please could you drop me a line on SEL at BJS dot ME dot UK Thanks.
Gullet posts on 7/1/2007 4:49:56 PM he was awesome. Actually I hated him to french I didnt know him so IDC.
Sarasota caregiver posts on 7/1/2007 3:01:45 PM It is a sad day ladies and gentleman, as it burdens my heart to inform each of you that Mr. Lanier has passed away.... Please keep his Wife and loved ones in your prayers ... more details concerning his passing, may be found in today July 1 2007's edition of the Sarasota herald tribune
Gullet posts on 6/21/2007 9:12:04 PM HAH you will all bow down and kiss my feet you insolent fools!
Martin Semple posts on 6/21/2007 4:40:44 PM Hello folks, I just wanted to add my own personal experience to the recent discussion of SEL. I am a screenwriter who has adapted the Brigadier Ffellowes stories for film/tv (website out there if you care to have a look) and have thus had the pleasure of corresponding with Sterling over the last 3 years. In my humble opinion he is without doubt a hugely talented writer, sculptor, book editor, and a generous and fascinating man. Both Sterling and his wife, Ann, have been enormously co-operative and supportive in the adaptation process. I will treasure this experience all my days. I wish them both the absolute best and it is my sincere wish, all personal gain aside, that Sterling's fabulous work makes it to the movies or to tv - and thus to a wider audience - in his lifetime. All best, Martin.
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