Barry Malzberg has been publishing SF short stories and novels since 1967. Important works include Beyond Apollo (1972), winner of the first John W. Campbell Award; Herovit's World (1973); Guernica Night (1975); and Galaxies (1975). His collection of critical essays The Engines of the Night: Science Fiction in the Eighties (1982) won a Locus Award.
"Science Fiction is the only branch of literature whose poorer examples are almost invariably used by critics outside the form to attack all of it. A lousy western is a lousy western, a seriously intentioned novel that falls apart is a disaster...but a science fiction novel that fails illuminates the inadequacy of the genre, the hollowness of the fantastic vision, the banality of the sci-fi writer...this phenomenon is as old as the American genre itself...and as fresh as the latest rotten book."
- Barry Malzberg, The Engines of the Night
ARTICLES FEATURING BARRY
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