Before Robert Silverberg won multiple Hugo and Nebula awards and became Grand Master of science fiction, he was a young man learning the art and craft of writing the genre. In Science Fiction: 101, Silverberg reveals the roots of modern science fiction with thought-provoking essays about some of the fieldas most groundbreaking storiesaincluded in this volumeawhich inspired him and taught him to write. These insightful analyses, along with the skills and strategies Silverberg developed to build his successful career, make this an indispensable volume for readers interested in science fiction history. Featuring Thirteen Classic Stories by Brian W. Aldiss, Alfred Bester, James Blish, Philip K. Dick, Damon Knight, C. M. Kornbluth, Henry Kuttner, C. L. Moore, Frederik Pohl, Bob Shaw, Robert Sheckley, Cordwainer Smith, and Jack Vance... it wouldtakeforeverfor Jesus tospread the word through the entire galaxy, andthat surely an omnipotentGod couldfind some ... Whathe wassaying, though, was not thatitisthewritera#39;s jobto include a wiring diagram for every gadget inhis storiesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Science Fiction: 101|
|Author||:||Robert K. Silverberg|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2014-05-06|