Raccoon hound

The hound that thought he was a raccoon

By Laura Miller George R. R. Martin’s story suggests a new sense of what an author owes his readers. Credit Illustration by DAVID HUGHES The writer George R. R. Martin left Hollywood in 1994, determined to do what he wanted for a change. He’d had some success in television, working on a new version of “The Twilight Zone” and on the fantasy series “Beauty and the Beast. ” But the pilot for “Doorways,” a series he’d developed, hadn’t been picked up, and he was tired of the medium’s limitations.

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