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From:Utopian Studies (Vol. 10, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedStephen T. Miller and William G. Contento, eds. Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Weird Fiction Magazine Index (1890-1997) Locus P, 1998. $49.95 cd-rom. A BIT MORE than a dozen years ago, when I was getting ready to edit...
From:Utopian Studies (Vol. 10, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedCharles N. Brown and William G. Contento, eds. The Locus Index to Science Fiction, with Index to Science Fiction Anthologies and Collections by William G. Contento. Locus P, 1998. $49.95 cd-rom. Both cd-roms are...
From:Extrapolation (Vol. 36, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThe science fiction (SF) genre is different from mainstream fiction in that SF writers look at the universe from a Darwinian perspective and see individuals as adaptable creatures while mainstream fiction views the plot...
From:World Literature Today (Vol. 84, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedEach summer, James Gunn teaches a SF writers' workshop and intensive SF teaching institute in Lawrence, Kansas, where he has lived most of his life as author, scholar, and English professor. His Damon Knight Grand...
From: Alternate Worlds: The Illustrated History of Science Fiction[(essay date 1975) In the following essay, Gunn offers an overview of John W. Campbell's seminal career as the editor of Astounding Stories.] The dozen years between 1938 and 1950 were Astounding years. During these...
From:St. James Guide to Science Fiction Writers (4th ed.)At the age of three, Isaac Asimov was brought to Brooklyn from Petrovichi, Russia, by penniless immigrant parents. He grew up in a series of candy stores, earned a Ph.D. in chemistry and reached the rank of associate...
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