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Parietal Games
 
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M. John Harrison
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Parietal Games

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Critical Writings by & on M. John Harrison (Foundation Studies in Science Fiction). Compiles Harrison's reviews and essays from 1968 to 2004 as well as eight essays on Harrison's fiction by other authors.
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Nick Tramdack
Amazon doesn't carry it anymore. You aren't likely to find it at your local bookstore. And WorldCat tells me that only three libraries worldwide hold it. Meaning the only option is pretty much an InterLibrary Loan service...

Which is a damn shame, because this collection of interviews, essays, and samples of M. John Harrison's critical work is a great read for anyone remotely interested in SF from the New Wave to the New Weird.

It collects much of Harrison's writings as literary editor for /New...more
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aka Gabriel King (with Jane Johnson)

Michael John Harrison was born in Rugby, Warwickshire in 1945 and now lives in London.
Harrison is stylistically an Imagist and his early work relies heavily on the use of strange juxtapositions characteristic of absurdism.

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