Marcia Selsor on fri 6 apr 01
Tom and claybuds
has anyone ever read this 1970's sci fi book about a galactic Pot
healer? I just re-oredered it a month ago and read it on the plane to
NCECA. It supposedly takes place in 2074 or so and he runs ads in
Ceramics Monthly (true!) for business. I looked for this again after 25
years or so because while on a panel at our local art museum, someone
asked how do you mend broken pots. The Galactic pot healer came to mind!
has anyone on Clayart ever read it?
Marcia in Montana
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Don Goodrich on sat 7 apr 01
Amazing. That book has been on the shelf in the room that's now my studio
since 1970 or so. Always meant to read it, but never did til now. And Philip
K. Dick is one of my favorite authors, too. Thanks for the reminder, Marcia.
Ah, the wonders of Clayart..
Don Goodrich in summery Zion, Illinois
>has anyone ever read this 1970's sci fi book about a galactic Pot
>healer? I just re-oredered it a month ago and read it on the plane to