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RevolutionSF Wish List 2007: Peggy Hailey
© Peggy Hailey
December 20, 2007

It's the thought that counts. So here's what we think are excellent Christmas presents for us. We mean, folks like us that you have to buy for. But you can buy these for us, too. No, really.

1. Megalodon Tooth

It's the largest shark that ever existed (to our knowledge). You can own a piece of it.


2. Clyde Allison's 60s paperbacks

Any of Clyde Allison's 008 parodies would do, but my holy grail is Platypussy.

3. The Deep Atlantic by Richard Ellis

This was the book where I discovered the wonder that is Richard Ellis, with super sweet illustrations of those creepy/cool deep ocean denizens.

4. Signed animation cel by Chuck Jones

Truthfully, I'd take just about anything, but I must admit to having a special place in my heart for Gossamer, AKA the Red Monster in Tennis Shoes.

5. Bookshelves

I'm with Finn on this one: Bookshelves. Floor to ceiling. With a ladder. Oh yeah. A ladder.

Peggy Hailey is RevolutionSF books editor and writer of Rampant Biblioholism.

More of RevolutionSF's 2007 wish lists : Mark Finn / Deanna Toxopeus / Gary Mitchel / Ellen Datlow

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