Strange Horizons


The Spectrum of Science Fiction





by Sam Moskowitz



Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York. 1976. Hardcover in dust jacket. 298 pages. (5¾ X 8½). Introduction by the author. Moskowitz presents a collection of essays, originally printed in the science fiction magazines. Each one has a different subject; such as, religion, psychiatry, crime, war, civil rights, and birth control. Moskowitz mentions many stories to illustrate his subjects.




Scan and Commentary by Bob Gaines