Catherine Lucille Moore / C. L. Moore

A fan page:
"Shambleau" Read by the author

Just some of her Great Works:

Audio Books on LibriVox

Fictional Characters:

Miracle in Three Dimensions and Other Stories by C.L. Moore: The Lost Pulp Classics, Volume 1 Paperback

"SHAMBLEAU" on Vinyl LP Read by C.L. Moore - Enjoy and share; Wikipedia info.

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Read by the author C.L. MOORE

Caedmon TC 1667 (stereo)   Cover art by Kelly Freas

Scarce 1980 spoken word LP of the author reading of "Shambleau" a short story by American science fiction and fantasy writer C. L. Moore. Though it was her first professional sale, it is her most famous story. It first appeared in the November 1933 issue of Weird Tales and has been reprinted numerous times. It features one of Moore's best-known heroes, Northwest Smith, a gun-toting spacefarer, and is a retelling of the Medusa myth; it looks at themes of sexuality and addiction.

More to come; as time allows. 


Jeff Gilleland,
Oct 20, 2015, 2:12 PM
Jeff Gilleland,
Nov 8, 2015, 5:06 PM