Zoom image View large image

Foundation 85 - Summer 2002

£4.00

Features
● Joe Haldeman - An Informal History of Science Fiction
● Mark Brake & Martin Griffiths - SETI, British Sf and the ET Meme
● Bridget Wilkinson - John Brunner's The Shockwave Rider: Worms, Fiction and Reality
● Martin Griffiths - Apocalypse: its Influence on Society and British Sf
● Brian Stableford - Resisting Panthea's Siren Song: Robert Hunt and the Poetry of Science
● Charles DePaolo - The Time Machine and the Descent of Man
● Parrick Parrinder - Back to the Far Future? Futures of Destiny and Desire in British Science Fiction
● Umberto Rossi - On a Background, Catastrophic, the Story, Ironic: Ecological Awareness and Capitalist Selfishness in Thomas M. Disch's On Wings of Song

Letter
● Giles Hart - The first time travel story?

Reviews
● Farah Mendlesohn - The Time Machines by Mike Ashley
● Roger Luckhurst - True Names and the Opening of the Cyberspace Frontier by Vernor Vinge, ed. James Frenkel
● Niels Dalgaard - The Year's Best Science Fiction, 18th Annual Collection edited by Gardner Dozois
● L. J. Hurst - The Last War, A World Set Free by H. G. Wells
● Andy Sawyer - The Annotated H. G. Wells and Science Fiction from Wells to Heinlein by Leon Stover
● Paul Kincaid - 1984 by Samuel R. Delany
● Cheryl Morgan - Kiln People by David Brin and Altered Carbon by Richard Morgan
● Richard Jeffrey - The Telling by Ursula K. Le Guin
● David Mathew - The Pickup Artist by Terry Bisson
● Niels Dalgaard - Adventures in Space and Time with Max Merriwell by Pat Murphy
● Greg Beatty - The Evergence Trilogy by Sean Williams & Shane Dix
● Andy Sawyer - Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve

 

Issue: Vol. 31  No. 85
Editor: Farah Mendlesohn
Cover Art: n/a (cover of Mike Ashley's The Time Machines)

Condition: Very Good. Very light rubbing to corners, otherwise 'Like New'.

Qty.:
  • Share it

  • Email a friend
    (0)