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‘I cannot believe that there is any better criticism of SF in print at the moment.’ – John Sutherland


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Literary Focus. Nov. 6 2013
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As a close reading of the UK New Wave and the work of three of its key writers, Greenland's book is invaluable. It gives a great sense of time and place and the preoccupations and obsessions that drove New Worlds in the 60s and 70s. Greenland's focus is on the writing but a little more insight into personal relationships between the players would have been welcome.


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