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Andre NortonSteven Utley05-03-04  04:11 am
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Steven Utley
Posted on Sunday, May 02, 2004 - 08:49 am:   

I have what follows from David Langford's Ansible 202, by way of Lisa Tuttle:

ANDRE NORTON fell and badly broke her hip on 8 April, underwent surgery on the 10th (involving screws and a metal plate), and was able to return home on the 14th. A full recovery is hoped for. No gifts or foodstuffs, please, but her fans suggest that a small contribution to medical bills wouldn't come amiss: checks to Ms Andre Norton, c/o her carer Sue Stewart, 1007 Herron St, Murfreesboro, TN 37130, USA. The Norton house and much property will be sold by auction on 5 June, at the house: 114 Eventide Dr, Murfreesboro, TN 37130, USA. Sue Stewart writes: "There will be custom made jewelry ... fantasy/sci-fi art work. Several pieces of antique glassware ... Even her personal computer will be sold." Andre Norton will be living at 1007 Herron St from mid-May.
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Steven Utley
Posted on Monday, May 03, 2004 - 04:11 am:   

Jayme Blaschke of Revolution SF writes:

I heard through the SFWA lists that the person distributing this "call for donations" did it without Ms. Norton's permission. People close to her have said she wants to keep a low profile during her recovery, and is uncomfortable with the prospect of donations or even get well cards from strangers.

Just what I've heard. I don't think we'll be publicizing this on RevSF unless Ms. Norton changes her desires.

But thanks for the notice.

Sincerely,

Jayme Lynn Blaschke

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Sorry, everyone. Lisa and I didn't know.

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