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Phil Currie and Burroughs?

--and that interest in science fantasy may be why why Philip Curry was one the first paleontologists, back in 1990-91, to help me try to imagine what ancient nomads thought when they came upon dinosaur fossils in the Asian deserts...

On Feb 11, 2006, at 12:50 PM, Michael Skrepnick wrote:

Phil later went on to contribute articles to a quarterly publication , the "Burroughs Bulletin" produced in Louisville, Kentucky and distributed out of Chicago. His first article appeared in the October 1993 edition addressing anatomical differences in factual and fictional dinosaurs and other denizens of prehistory ( he had asked me to provide a sketch of a "Gryf" which is a modified, oversized version of Triceratops from ERB's Tarzan / Pellucidar series, for that particular installment). Phil has been a long time fan of science fiction / science fantasy, as are many of us.

Mike S.