Norman Spinrad

Norman Spinrad is one of the most brilliant and controversial SF writers of all time. His cutting-edge, counterculture-inspired fiction redefined the genre in the 1960s, and his work over the past several decades has moved beyond SF into political thrillers and historical fiction. He is also the author of a major work of SF criticism, Science Fiction in the Real World.


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Emptying the Electronic Trunk

SOME PEOPLE MIGHT SAY Neal Stephenson is a strange writer: an accomplished SF novelist whose most commercially and critically successful work ...

Emptying the Electronic Trunk
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