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The Wonders of The Archive, Cont.


I was just checking something obscure in the magisterial NR archives, and stumbled upon a bunch of articles by sci-fi author Theodore Sturgeon. Turns out he was a frequent contributor in the 1960s, reviewing books by Asimov, Clarke, Heinlein, etc. News to me! Now I’ve printed out a stack of Sturgeon reviews to read later on. (Bonus Star Trek trivia: Sturgeon is often credited with having invented the Prime Directive.)


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