|Sturgeon is Alive and Well ... (1971) [Collection]|
by Theodore Sturgeon
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Sturgeon's comeback after writer's block began in 1969 with "The Man Who Learned Loving". Seemingly in the blink of an eye there were enough new stories, including the justly award-winning "Slow Sculpture", for a collection, even without the welcome inclusion of the little-anthologized but outstanding 1954 novella "To Here and the Easel".
Contents:Foreword (Theodore Sturgeon)
To Here and the Easel na Star Short Novels, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine 1954
Slow Sculpture nv Galaxy Feb 1970
It's You! ss Adam Jan 1970
Take Care of Joey ss Knight Jan 1971
Crate ss Knight October 1970
The Girl Who Knew What They Meant ss Knight Feb 1970
Jorry's Gap ss Adam October 1969
It Was Nothing--Really! ss Knight Nov 1969
Brownshoes ss Adam, 1969; as "The Man Who Learned Loving" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Oct 1969
Uncle Fremmis ss Adam, 1970
The Patterns of Dorne ss Knight, 1970
Suicide ss Adam, 1970
Original title: Sturgeon is Alive and Well ...
The following works are contained within this one:
Man Who Learned Loving, the (1969) [Short Story]
Author: Theodore Sturgeon