Sunday, 9 April 2017
Dr Watson's narratives;
the first ten of the twelve James Bond novels, revealed to have been written by a former friend and colleague of Commander Bond;
the twelve works collected in Poul Anderson's The Earth Book Of Stormgate;
Anderson's "The Star Plunderer," introduced as perhaps a work of fiction about the Founder of the Terran Empire;
the text of Anderson's Operation Chaos, which is transmitted between universes;
I think that Steve Matuchek tells us that he is writing, but not immediately publishing, Operation Luna?
Within their fictional universes, these texts may be accurate accounts or partially fictionalized or entirely fictional. Thus, without having to change anything in "The Star Plunderer," Anderson could have written an entirely different account of Manuel Argos to be included in the Technic History. And that is rather odd.