Science Fiction Novels

Some articles on science fiction, science fiction novels, novel:

T. E. Dikty - Bibliography - The Best Science Fiction
... The Best Science Fiction Stories 1949 (with Everett F ... Bleiler) The Best Science Fiction Stories 1950 (with Everett F ... Bleiler) The Best Science Fiction Stories 1951 (with Everett F ...
Jack Vance - Work - Characteristics and Commentary
... Vance's science fiction runs the gamut from stories written for pulps in the 1940s to multi-volume tales set in the space age ... Maske Thaery, and, one way or another, most of the science fiction novels ... Bad Ronald is solipsistic megalomania, taken up again in the "Demon Princes" cycle of science fiction novels ...
Tom Flynn (author) - Science Fiction Novels
... Flynn is the author of two published satiric science fiction novels whose themes include the media and religion ... Science fiction author John Grant reviews the now out of print book ... Books, 2004) is a sequel to Galactic Rapture set ten years after the conclusion of that novel ...
E. F. Bleiler - Selected Bibliography - As Editor - The Best Science Fiction
... The Best Science Fiction Stories 1949 (with T ... Dikty) The Best Science Fiction Stories 1950 (with T ... Dikty) The Best Science Fiction Stories 1951 (with T ...

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