Sean Williams

Norman Spinrad “On Books”

posted on 7 Mar 2006 at 10:17 am

The April/May 2006 issue of Asimov’s ran a lengthy column focussing on Pyr and several of its authors. The Resurrected Man was one of the titles discussed in detail, and in glowing terms: “one of those comparatively rare novels that both fulfill the parameters of full-bore science fiction yet could be read by a ‘cross-over’ audience as easily as the science fiction of Michael Crichton or Margaret Atwood to which it is quite superior on all levels.”

High praise indeed, and for which I’m very grateful. It’s also nice to see Lou Anders getting the attention he deserves. May he reign long and well.