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STAND ON ZANZIBAR - John Brunner (1968)

Judith Merrill called Stand On Zanzibar “the first true SF novel”, and in his introduction to the 2011 edition Bruce Sterling calls parts “radically antinovelistic” and the book in general a “unique formal achievement”. 1,209 more words


Out of My Mind By John Brunner | Free EBook Download

Author : John Brunner

“One of the most important science fiction authors. Brunner held a mirror up to reflect our foibles because he wanted to save us from ourselves.” SF Site For each generation, there is a writer meant to bend the rules of what we know. 135 more words


Adventures in Science Fiction Cover Art: The Artists Behind the 1st ed. Cover of John Brunner's The Sheep Look Up (1972)

(Irving Freeman and Mark Rubin’s cover for the 1st ed. of The Sheep Look Up (1972), John Brunner)

John Brunner’s The Sheep Look Up (1972) would easily make my top fifteen SF novels of the 1970s—it’s far better than anything else he produced in the decade, although some might argue that… 374 more words

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Ace On Sunday #20

The last time I shared my Ace On Sunday read it was serial number F-199, today I’m flipping over the book to enjoy the second novel contained in this omnibus – The Psionic Menace by Keith Woodcott. 337 more words


Book Review: The WHOLE MAN

John Brunner
Ballantine Books

Gerald Howson didn’t look powerful. His body was deformed at birth, leaving him with a face so ugly people didn’t want to look at him, and crippled legs that would never let him be as other men. 797 more words

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Brunner retracts harsh accusation against Greitens donor

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Missouri Republicans just concluded a very contentious gubernatorial campaign. The party was supposed to hold a unity rally to bring everyone together behind the primary winner, Eric Greitens, in the November general election. 233 more words