The Book of Philip José Farmer
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The Book of Philip José Farmer

by Philip José Farmer
Release date: 1973
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction, short stories

It is impossible to characterize Philip José Farmer's writings in any simple way. He has written straight science fiction which has won reader applause. He has written avant-garde meaning-within-meaning fiction which has captured awards. He has written novels different from any science fiction before or since and has won a Hugo for them. How can you pin this science fiction genius down? The answer may be here in this book. Here you will find Farmer's own selection of what pleases him – and what pleases him is sure to cover the tastes of every reader. Here's love on other worlds, here's alien horrors, here's the unexpected future. Here, too, are stories that defy easy classification. And to top off the cake here is Farmer's remarkable interview with Tarzan, his revelation of the real literary career of Kilgore Trout, and Lelie Fiedler's uncensored essay on – PHILIP JOSÉ FARMER.
(updated 2010-09-07)

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