In terms of their readership, science fiction and traditional literature have rarely shared comfortable company. Except for their momentary crossbreeding in the works of H. G. Wells, the two have stood poles apart in the minds of readers, as distant as Jules Verne from James Joyce, Edgar Rice Burrou…
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Thomas Remington lectured at the University of Northern Iowa, and wrote a number of articles on science fiction. He was on the editorial board of Extrapolation. He died in 1999.More about the author →