Fritz Leiber left a huge imprint on the history of sf, author of six Hugo- and three Nebula-winning stories, recipient of multiple lifetime achievement awards (SFWA, World Fantasy, Bram Stoker), and posthumous inductee to the Science Fiction Hall of Fame.
Because he died over 20 years ago a great many fans have heard of him – but never had a chance to actually hear him.
Now the CthulhuWho1’s Blog has remedied that. Fans can satisfy their curiosity by listening to an MP3 of Leiber reading Clark Ashton Smith’s “A Night in Malnéant”, recorded during the 1977 World Fantasy Convention in Los Angeles
[Thanks to Andrew Porter for the story.]