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At Kirkus: Reading Up on SF History

While I’m working on plotting out the rest of the year for my Kirkus Reviews column, I figured it would be interesting to look at a small portion of the books that I use to support it. There’s a lot out there, and if you look at back entries on my home page, you’ll see that I do a more comprehensive bibliography for each post. So, this week, I’m taking a look at some of my more frequently used books for this column.

Go read Reading up on SF History at the Kirkus Reviews blog.

About Andrew Liptak (180 Articles)
<p>Andrew Liptak is a freelance writer and historian from Vermont. He is a 2014 graduate of the Launch Pad Astronomy Workshop, and has written for such places as Armchair General, io9, Kirkus Reviews, Lightspeed Magazine, and others. His first book, War Stories: New Military Science Fiction is now out from Apex Publications, and his next, The Future Machine: The Writers, Editors and Readers who Build Science Fiction is forthcoming from Jurassic London in 2015. He can be found over at www.andrewliptak.com and at @AndrewLiptak on Twitter.</p>

1 Comment on At Kirkus: Reading Up on SF History

  1. Well that just blew up my book wish list. and with non-fiction books, for once!

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