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In the news: Fire at Greenpac mill in Niagara Falls, New York; Facility will be closing; Country eyes another pulp mill; Glatfelter get an $8 million grant from state to convert boilers from coal to natural gas; Company invests in tissue machines in Europe; Upgrade at mill; UPM sells land; Kimberly-Clark subsidiary arranging debt financing in connection with spin-off; Fortress completes sale of Fortress Optical Features; Auction scheduled at mill; We have an interview with C.A. McDonald, a mill manager for Rayonier Advanced Materials, and his son, Joe, a pulp and paper engineering student at N.C. State; and much more!
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On Thursday June 26th, 2014 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will
present a discussion on the magical aspects of Abraham Merritt's (1884 -
1943) novels and stories of exotic fantasy adventure. Merritt was a
highly respected journalist who wrote his colorful tales of the occult
and the bizarre for his own pleasure and not as pot-boilers for the
pulps even though ARGOSY and other pulps were his main outlet. His work
had the quality of literature and the mytho-folkloric erudition of a
Robert Graves. Merritt had a library of over 5000 books on myth,
folklore and the occult. His tales of lost cities, ancient secret cults
and strange other-worldly phenomenon are unparalleled in beauty and
imagination. His "People of the Pit" (1917) was a profound influence on
H.P. Lovecraft and his masterpiece "The Ship of Ishtar" (1924)
described Richard Shaver's inter-dimensional "Simultane" concept. (It
was also the template for our path-working soul-travel boat.) His
"Dwellers in the Mirage"(1932) was an inspiration for my sc-fi novel
"Drell Master." Merritt was steeped in Blavatsky's Atlantis and Lemuria
lore and the obscure legendary sources behind these lost civilizations.
His "The Moon Pool" (1921) lured us out to the ruins of Lemuria in the
Pacific (see Beyond Lemuria). So, if you want to spend an hour with the
Dream-maker, tune and we'll set sail to evening Isles fantastical.
We take a look at the Boilermakers, winners of back-to-back games in the Big Ten for the first time this season as they get above .500. Also, it was a big recruiting weekend for the football team, with at least one commitment as a result. Could there be more?
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