Letter From The Editor - Issue 68 - April 2019

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Interviews With The Fantastic
InterGalactic Interview With Richard A. Lupoff
    by Darrell Schweitzer

Richard Lupoff has had a distinguished and varied career since the early 1960s, when he and his wife Pat co-edited the Hugo-winning fanzine Xero and he was an editor for Canaveral Press, overseeing the republication of much of the work of Edgar Rice Burroughs. His first book was a non-fiction study, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Master of Adventure (1965; revised 1975). His first fiction was the 1967 novel One Million Centuries (revised, 1981), after which he ranged from the satirical The Sacred Locomotive Flies (1971) to the experimental Space War Blues (1978) to a fantasy based on Japanese mythology, Sword of the Demon (1977). Other SF, fantasy, or related novels by Lupoff include The Triune Man, The Crack in the Sky, Circumpolar! and Countersolar! (both of which anticipate Steampunk by decades, Sun's End, Galaxy's End, Into the Aether, Lovecraft's Book (unabridged reissue as Marblehead), The Forever City, and The Comic Book Killer. He has also had a distinguished career in mystery fiction.

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