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  • n. Plural form of fabulist.

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Examples

  • Surely no other writer in any century can claim a following that includes Irish rebels, Latin American fabulists and Christian apologists.

    A Century of 'Thursday's

  • Mr. Updike and Mr. Mailer wounded him so, because neither one of them can be called fabulists; neither one is in the camp of Samuel Beckett or the late-period James Joyce.

    It's Tom Wolfe Versus the 'Three Stooges'

  • Her name occasionally resurfaces in stories about other fabulists masquerading as journalists, such as Jayson Blair and Stephen Glass.

    Story pick: Janet Cooke and "Jimmy's World"

  • (Well except for some well known fabulists, the pig ignorant, indolent and inobservant & in the fantasy of some right wing academics).

    The Atlanta Race memo lingers on... (Blog for Democracy)

  • I particularly agree with the person (was it you, akirlu?) who felt that the characters 'Christian approach to magic was appropriate to the cultural mores of the time, which is one of the hardest things, I think, for alternate history fabulists.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • This shunting aside of the realists in favor of the fabulists has different effects on different industries at different times.

    Boing Boing

  • In addition to the two panels I posted about earlier, I'll be doing a reading Saturday at 4: 30. mmerriam is reading right before me, so we will be a double header of fabulous fabulists.

    mrissa: Minicon schedule update: reading

  • China even occupies valuable real estate in the imaginations of our fabulists.

    John Feffer: Stealth Superpower: How Turkey Is Chasing China to Become the Next Big Thing

  • A nod to Amal is a nod for the rising tide of speculative poets and literary fabulists, with their tight awareness of individual word choices and awarreness of the nuance of language, among whom Amal is an amazingly talented voice - a leading voice, even.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • You can print this flier here, and you can take it to your local SF bookstore, or your local SF club meeting, or wherever else you think it might be of interest -- colleges sometimes have bulletin boards with announcements about conferences, and I don't see why eager college fabulists oughtn't to know about this, if you know some.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

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