Science Fiction Carnival is an anthology of humorous science fiction stories edited by Fredric Brown and Mack Reynolds. It was published by Shasta Publishers in 1953 in an edition of 3,500 copies. Most of the stories originally appeared in the magazines Super Science Stories, Fantasy and Science Fiction, Astounding, Worlds Beyond, Slant, Imagination,, Space Science Fiction, Thrilling Wonder Stories and Blue Book.
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“Science fiction writers, I am sorry to say, really do not know anything. We cant talk about science, because our knowledge of it is limited and unofficial, and usually our fiction is dreadful.”
—Philip K. Dick (19281982)
“Looks like some carnival lost a good act.”
—James Gleason (18861959)
“By an application of the theory of relativity to the taste of readers, to-day in Germany I am called a German man of science, and in England I am represented as a Swiss Jew. If I come to be regarded as a bête noire the descriptions will be reversed, and I shall become a Swiss Jew for the Germans and a German man of science for the English!”
—Albert Einstein (18791955)
“... the main concern of the fiction writer is with mystery as it is incarnated in human life.”
—Flannery OConnor (19251964)