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This book includes lost interviews with four masters of post-war American science fiction. Frank Herbert was the creator of the spectacularly popular DUNE series of novels. Frederik Pohl has been writing powerful and provocative SF for nearly seven decades and was one of the genre's top editors for much of that time. When he wasn't doing his day job in science journalism, Clifford Simak wrote thoughtful, graceful SF of a pastoral kind. Gordon Dickson was one of speculative fiction's most prolific writers, covering everything from hard SF to whimsical fantasy. This compact volume catches them all in their primes, in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Their trenchant, prescient observations still resonate three decades later.

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