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RE: Terra Nova: thoughts (Utley)
> So far not collected, but published as separate stories in various SF
> been reprinted in Gardner Dozois' Year's Best Science Fiction anthologies
> and the competing Year's Best SF edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn
> Cramer. Ticonderoga Publications, based in Australia, has announced plans
> to release the Silurian Tales in two volumes titled The 400-Million-Year
> Itch (in July 2012) and Invisible Kingdoms (in July 2013)."
thank you. I'll see what I can do about putting the collections on reserve,
and looking in those anthologies.
> >> They could have said "brachiosaur" and "abelisaur" and it would have
> >> been fine:
> > I could be wrong, but I suspect more people have heard or "carnotaurus"
> > than "abelisaur"...I'm just glad they didn't say it was a tyrannosaurus
> > because those two had tiny arms.
> I don't think the number of people who actually know the name
> "Carnotaurus" was a factor to TV writers and execs.
Also true and possible...though the writers may be part of the "more people"
in question. :)