eBook Theodore Sturgeon, a Primary and Secondary Bibliography (Masters of Science Fiction and Fantasy) download
by Lahna F. Diskin
Author: Lahna F. Diskin
Publisher: G K Hall & Co; First Edition edition (June 1, 1980)
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Diskin, Lahna F. Theodore Sturgeon: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography. Wells, Stuart W. III. The Science Fiction and Heroic Fantasy Author Index. Duluth, MN: Purple Unicorn Books, 1978. Wilson, Alison M. August W. Derleth: A Bibliography
Diskin, Lahna F. Derleth: A Bibliography. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1983. Zahorski, Kenneth . and Robert H. Boyer. Lloyd Alexander, Evangeline Walton Ensley, Kenneth Morris: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography.
Masters of Science Fiction and Fantasy: Book . Checklist of Sturgeon's fiction and nonfiction published in books and periodicals (including fanzines) and annotated listing of secondary material.
Masters of Science Fiction and Fantasy: Book 1. 1. Theodore Sturgeon: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography 2. Clifford D. Simak: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography. Book Type: Non-Fiction. Genre: Science-Fiction. No excerpt currently exists for this novel.
This book contains ten major stories by the master of science fiction, fantasy, and horror . The fifth of ten volumes that will reprint all Sturgeon's short fiction covers his prolific output volume contains 15 classics and two previously unpublished stories, including "Quietly.
This book contains ten major stories by the master of science fiction, fantasy, and horror written during the 1960s. The controversial "If All Men We re Brothers, Would You Let One Marry Your Sister?" shows the author's technique of "ask the next question" used in a way that shatters social conventions. The Perfect Host provides enough of a representative sampling of Sturgeon's "greatest hits" to give the uninitiated a good sense of what all the fuss was about way back when.
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Theodore Sturgeon, (foreword) Microcosmic God, North Atlantic Books, 1996. Writer - Homage to Theodore Sturgeon, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, October/November, 1999. Dave Nee (with Debbie Notkin, Katie Schwarz and Paul Williams). Theodore Sturgeon: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography, G K Hall & C. June 1980. Theodore Sturgeon, Borgo Press, February 1981. Theodore Sturgeon (Starmont Reader’s Guide 7), Stamont House, June 1981. Thunder and Roses, (panel discussion) Potlatch 10, Ramada Plaza Hotel International, San Francisco, California, February 23-25 2001.
More Than Human is a 1953 science fiction novel by Theodore Sturgeon, a fix-up of his previously published novella Baby is Three with two parts (The Fabulous Idiot and Morality) written especially for the novel. It won the 1954 International Fantasy Award, which was also given to works in science fiction. It was additionally nominated in 2004 for a "Retro Hugo" award for the year 1954.