Nine Hundred Grandmothers by R.A. Lafferty
In Nine Hundred Grandmothers, R.A. Lafferty violates the most basic rule of science fiction. Instead of leaping into the future, he descends into the past. Where other science fiction authors fret about our final destiny, Lafferty worries about our ultimate origins. Let Bradbury write of Martians, Heinlein of Venusians. Lafferty, for his part, turns his…
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