Way the Future Was, The, by Pohl, Frederik

From writer to editor, publisher to agent, and serial matrimonialist to card-carrying communist, Frederik Pohl's life and career have waxed and waned with the same arcs of fate that have struck the fortunes of our genre. In fact, I think it's safe to say that Pohl was brought up with the genre, and more than any of the other architect's of SF, save maybe for John Campbell, he has done more to define the genre as we all know and love it today. His memoir The Way the Future Was i[…]

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