Reprint from Lan’s Lantern #33 (May 1990)
I wanted to republish an article I wrote for George “Lan” Laskowski’s fanzine, Lan’s Lantern so I could cite it for my Rereading Heinlein Project. This essay is the approach I took to Heinlein after he died in 1988. At that time I assumed I couldn’t know what Heinlein intended in his stories. That I just saw myself in their reflection. This time around, I’m going to assume Heinlein had information to convey and whether or not I can decode it.
I hope you can read the text in these images. If you can’t, you can get a copy of Lan’s Lantern #33 at Archive.org or Fanac.org.
James Wallace Harris, 10/5/22
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Mr. Harris, you maybe the only person who might know title or author of a book I read when young. I would like to contact you, but not sure how. Please let me know what method works best for you. Thank you. Oldrver.