Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Forgotten SF Books

New Scientist writes Brilliant SF books that got away "From The War of the Worlds to Nineteen Eighty-Four, some science fiction goes down in history. But what about the brilliant books that got away? We asked scientists and writers to nominate their lost sci-fi classics, and we've set a competition for flash fiction inspired by them – read on to find out more."

1 comment:

Irina said...

Great info! I have a lot of Stanislav Lem in Russian translation, loved him and his robots since I was a little girl. Also read Zamyatin's We, also in Russian. The rest of the books I never even heard about, certainly a good list to explore, Listeners especially. Reading sci-fi now is a good way to stay sane after the beautiful election we've had yesterday.