Graham Velasco
Graham Velasco asked Alan Moore:

What is your favorite science-fiction novel of all-time?

Alan Moore I don't tend to think in terms of favourites, as that would make my otherwise enjoyable tastes in relaxation into something of a competition. A (very) brief and changeable list of recommendations, in no particular order, would be Mike Moorcock's Cornelius quartet, Walter Miller's Canticle for Leibowitz, John Sladek's Muller-Fokker Effect, Brian Aldiss' Hothouse (one of the first science fiction novels I ever read), Bester's The Stars My Destination, Mike Harrison's The Machine in Shaft Ten, Ballard's Unlimited Dream Company, Phillip Bedford Robinson's Masque of a Savage Mandarin, Samuel Delaney's Dhalgren, Ellison's short stories, Judith Merrill's anthologies, Disch's Camp Concentration, Spinrad's Iron Dream, anything by Steve Aylett, and so on, potentially, forever.
Alan Moore

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