Up Through an Empty House of Stars
At last, _Up Through an Empty House of Stars_ brings together the best of the never before collected SF reviews and articles that helped build David Langford's towering reputation since 1980. Complementing the review columns collected in _The Complete Critical Assembly_ and the knockabout essays and squibs in _The Silence of the Langford_, this volume's 100 glittering sele...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by Cosmos Books
(first published May 1st 2003)
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http://nhw.livejournal.com/535400.html[return][return]When I grow up I want to be David Langford. I think his "Critical Mass" column in White Dwarf must have been the first regular sf review column I read, over twenty years ago now; I have fond memories also of his just-about-non-sf novel The Leaky Establishment. This volume brings together his own selection of his favourite reviews from the years in question. Some of them - perhaps even all of them - are archived on his website, but there's not...more
British science-fiction author, editor and critic. He publishes the newsletter Ansible.More about David Langford...