Herovit’s World by Barry N. Malzberg
Science fiction novelists really got their mojo working in the 1960s and 1970s. Authors ditched the formulas of the past with the fiery splendor of an Apollo spaceship jettisoning its booster rocket. Almost everything or anything could show up in a sci-fi book during this period, from acid trips to Joycean stream-of-consciousness. In just the course of …
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