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Julia Ecklar

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Julia Ecklar is a John W. Campbell-winning science fiction author and a singer and writer of filk music. She also writes under the pseudonym L.A. Graf (with Karen Rose Cercone).

Her “Divine Intervention” album is widely held as one of the finest albums of the filk genre, combining orchestral and progressive-rock arrangements. The sequel, titled “Horsetamer” has been finished and announced for preordering on March 2013.

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  • Seadog97411

    Native Son has become one of my favorite songs. I am a serious dog freak, and the lure of a song about a border collie is completely irestable ...though they are not my breed.

    29 Dec 2013 Reply
  • angelswilliam

    BTW, Julia, I know RP gave you the sh*t end of the stick in the business dealings for the EQ music. I'm glad your beautiful voice and song writing have taken you far above and beyond his pettiness, so that you've been able to make money and make a name for yourself on your own. *HUGS*

    11 Oct 2012 Reply
  • angelswilliam

    The first song of Julia's I heard was "Ladyhawke." I've been hooked on her voice ever since. And, of course, I like any of the songs she wrote for ElfQuest, my favorite being Winnowill. I'm glad to know that I can get both Julia's and Father Tree Press's albums on CD because my cassettes have long since had it. :)

    11 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Dreamsomnia

    Her voice...

    4 Nov 2011 Reply
  • Arwain

    Terminus Est is the best track by the second best vocalist I have ever heard--Julia Ecklar. Apropos 4 perilous times. Anyone over 13 beware

    29 Aug 2009 Reply

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