As promised, here's the Ur text of Neal Stephenson's acceptance speech for the Hugo Award for Anathem, snapped at the pre-award reception before we both discovered that our books had been beaten by Gaiman's kick-ass Graveyard Book. The translation into the fictional language was done by Jeremy Bornstein. (Click through for high-rez)
Neal Stephenson's Anathem acceptance speech in Urth, never delivered, Huge Reception, Anticipation, WorldCon, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.JPG
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