Michael John Moorcock

Michael John Moorcock

The book trade invented literary prizes to stimulate sales, not to reward merit.More Michael John Moorcock quotes [10/01/2011 08:10:08]
It's History that's caused all the troubles in the past.More Michael John Moorcock quotes [10/01/2011 08:10:56]
Time is the enemy of identity.More Michael John Moorcock quotes [10/01/2011 08:10:39]
Legends are best left as legends and attempts to make them real are rarely successful.More Michael John Moorcock quotes [10/01/2011 08:10:21]
What happened to fantasy for me is what also happened to rock and roll. It found a common denominator for making maximum money. As a result, it lost its tensions, its anger, its edginess and turned into one big cup of cocoa.More Michael John Moorcock quotes [10/01/2011 08:10:25]

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