Norman Spinrad's Home Page

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One of my favorite Science Fiction writers, Norman Spinrad, has a web site of his own:  Norman Spinrad's Home Page.  It hasn't been updated since last September, but if you want to see what the author of one of my favorite novels, Bug Jack Barron (1969; I've ordered a copy for the library), has been up to lately, here's the place.  For a listing of Spinrad titles that the library currently carries, go here.

Star Trek fans may remember the 1967 television episode "The Doomsday Machine", which was Mr. Spinrad's sole contribution to that series. The author has some choice things to say about the production of that episode in a videoblog here.  (Don't worry, he's still "fond" of the series.)  -Ed 

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This page contains a single entry by Ed published on January 2, 2009 11:19 AM.

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