Science Fiction Bibliography

Annotated Bibliogaphy: References
1-Visual Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
1977 created, designed and produced by Trewin Copplestone Publishing Ltd., London
U.S. publication by Harmony Books, a division of Crown Publishers, Inc., a division of Random House, New York
Random House has a searchable catalog HERE.
As far as I know, this fine reference is out of print. However, it may be available in a library. This nicely producedbook has arranged its images by themes, books, magazines, films, television, radio, artist, cults and so forth. A must for the bookshelf of an aspiring author or maven.
2-The Creation of Tomorrow: Fifty Years of Magazine Science Fiction
Paul A. Carter 1977 Columbia University Press. New York
An interesting series of ten articles. Of particular interest are the chapters on the evolution of humans according to science fiction and an evaluation of feminist issues in another chapter. Given the ephemeral nature of some sci fi magazines, this reference is helpful.
3-The New Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
James Gunn (editor) 1988 Promised Land Productions, Inc., Penguin Books of Viking Press (Viking Penguin Inc.).
An informative, well-written volume with more than 100 contributing writers. A valuable addition to the bookshelf of student, author or maven.
4-The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
John Clute and Peter Nicholls 1993 St Martin's Press. Available also on CD ROM in hypertext format as Science Fiction: The Multimedia Encyclopedia of Science Fiction 1995, Grolier Electronic Publishing, 90 Sherman Turnpike, Danbury CT 06816.
Get this NOW. It is well-written (the hard cover version won a Hugo Award from Worldcon), of which HERE is a partial listing. You may find information indexed by authors, themes, terminology, countries, films, television, magazines, fanzines, comics, illustrators, original anthologies and awards.
Annotated Bibliogaphy: Books
Aliens Book 2: Nightmare Asylum
Steve Perry 1993 Bantam Books, New York
A Dark Horse Science Fiction Novel
Book One of Aliens is "Earth Hive." This is a joint venture between Bantam Books and Dark Horse Comics. As the series has continued, many plot opportunities have been bypassed. This book continues the "screaming horror" plus someone is betraying the human species themes. The creators seem to have forgotten that the aliens were created by another species, which appears to be no nicer than our species. So where is the search for this other bioweapons/bioengineer species?
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