When I was researching the "...And Call Me Roger" biography that I wrote for The Collected Stories, I was unable to locate Theodore Krulik. His email address is unpublished and no one I knew seemed to know where he was or if he was still active. He later read The Collected Stories but hadn't seen any of my essays in The New York Review of Science Fiction. But at last, facilitated by his posts on Tor, we've been able to begin a conversation. If you go back to his posts on Tor, you'll see some comments from me for a few of them. It was those that resulted in him contacting me by email, and we've had a fascinating discussion off-line. But on-line, his clarification of the issue I raised about part Six, specifically the car accident that critically injured Zelazny's fiancée, proved to be particularly illuminating.
Very interesting! I'm pleased that two people with such an interest in and affection for Roger managed to connect. I did see another comment you posted in an earlier post, about the date of incorporation for Amber, but I'd been conditioned by the first rule of the internet ("Never read the comments!") and I never followed up to see if you had commented elsewhere in the series.