Tolkien Lesson Plans

In 2004 Houghton Mifflin hired James Morrow and his wife Kathryn to create a curriculum for secondary school teachers interested in using The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings in their classrooms.
Moon Over Gethsemane

When Dimension House issued its slipcased deluxe edition of The Godhead Trilogy in 2004, James Morrow and his editor, Shane Staley, decided to include a chapbook of three one-act satires ostensibly written by the character Cassie Fowler. Two of Cassie’s works have appeared in Morrow’s collections, The Cat’s Pajamas (in which “God Without Tears” became “Director’s Cut”) and Bible Stories for Adults (in which “The Rematch” became “The Soap Opera”). Here is the third play from the chapbook, “Moon Over Gethsemane,” which dramatizes certain uncanny events on the night before the crucifixion.
A Fan's Notes

Seattle journalist Paul Constant describes the rewards and benefits of being a James Morrow aficionado.
A Conversation with Fiona Kelleghan

In March of 2004 — while The Last Witchfinder was still gestating — noted scholar, critic, and author Fiona Kelleghan taped a long interview with James Morrow at the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts in Fort Lauderdale. The results were ultimately published in Science Fiction Studies as “The War of the Worldviews: A Conversation with James Morrow.”
Music from Towing Jehovah

Kevin Slick’s critically acclaimed suite was inspired by James Morrow’s award-winning satire. Buy this novel soundtrack for $15.00.
The Divinely Human Comedy of James Morrow

ParaDoxa Volume 5, Number 12 was a special issue devoted to the fiction of James Morrow. Contributors include Samuel R. Delany, Michael Swanwick, F. Brett Cox, Michael Bishop, and Elisabeth Vonarburg.

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