David Langford


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April 10, 1953

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British science-fiction author, editor and critic. He publishes the newsletter Ansible.

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The End of Harry Potter?

4.39 avg rating — 7,870 ratings — published 2006 — 9 editions
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The Unseen University Chall...

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Different Kinds of Darkness

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The Leaky Establishment

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The Space Eater

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BLIT

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Josh Kirby A Cosmic Cornucopia

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The Complete Critical Assem...

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“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from a completely ad hoc plot device.”
David Langford

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Now I must admit that "Battlefield Earth" is a book with something for everyone, all the way across the cultural scale from people who need doorstops to people who want to start bonfires.”
Dave Langford, The Silence of the Langford

“IS SCIENCE FICTION ABOUT TO GO BLIND?" asks _Popular Science_ associate editor Gregory Mone, apparently worried that this may be a symptom of too much fondling of one's Singularity.”
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