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The New Adam: Of mice and mentation

The New Adam by Stanley G. Weinbaum Stanley G. Weinbaum was one of the great “what if…” authors in sci-fi history. Perhaps no other writer before or since has been so influential, and shown so much early promise, only to have that budding career cut tragically short. The Kentucky-born author caused a sensation when his […]

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Slaves of Sleep: Not an E-Meter in sight

Slaves of Sleep by L. Ron Hubbard Potential readers of L. Ron Hubbard‘s Slaves of Sleep who might be put off by the author’s association with the cult of Dianetics and Scientology need not be concerned here. This novel first appeared in Unknown magazine in 1939, more than a decade before Hubbard’s first Dianetics article […]

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