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alternative history

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1 alternate history 1. 1977 B. Aldiss Future & Alternative Histories B. Ash Visual Ency. of SF 123/1 Silverberg's “Trips” […] depicts tourist trips to such alternative...

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Avram Davidson

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(1923–93)

American author born in New York who combined science fiction with erudite and witty fantasy, often playing with alternate worlds such as that of The Phoenix and the...

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Christopher Evans

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(1951– )

*science fiction author and schoolteacher, born in south Wales, who co‐edited (with Robert Holdstock) anthologies of British science fiction in the late 1980s. His most...

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Harry Turtledove

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(1949– )

*Science fiction and fantasy writer, born in Los Angeles; his work usually explores alternate history. The Misplaced Legion (1987) and sequels draws upon his studies of...

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Joe Haldeman

Overview page. Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).

(1943– ),

American science fiction writer, born in Oklahoma, educated at the University of Maryland. He received much acclaim for his first novel, The Forever War (1974), which...

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Kathleen Ann Goonan

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(1952– )

American writer, born in Cincinnati; former teacher whose writing career began with Queen City Jazz (1994)—the first of a science fiction series dealing with the human...

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Keith Roberts

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(1935–2000)

*Science fiction author, illustrator, and editor, born in Kettering. His Pavane (1968), a collection of linked short stories, is a much-admired alternate history....

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Kim Newman

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(1959– )

Author and film critic, born in London; his alternate histories, including Anno Dracula (1992) and Back in the USSA (1997: co‐written with Eugene Byrne), recast figures...

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Kingsley Amis

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(1922– ),

was born in South London and educated at the City of London School and St John's College, Oxford, where Philip Larkin was a fellow undergraduate and close friend. He ...

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L. Sprague de Camp

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(1907–2000)

Fantasy author, born in New York. Lest Darkness Fall (1941) and The Incompleat Enchanter (1941), written with Fletcher Pratt, fused fantasy with alternate history....

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