Mark Irvin Clifton, Collection

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Mark Clifton (1906–1963) was an American science fiction writer. Clifton began publishing during May 1952 with the widely anthologized story "What Have I Done?". Clifton's other most popular short story is "Star Bright," the first of three appearances in Horace Gold's Galaxy (July 1952), about a super-intelligent toddler with psi abilities. From Clifton's correspondence we know that Gold "editorially savaged" the story, which appeared in severely truncated or altered form. The story has been compared favorably to Kuttner and Moore's "Mimsy Were the Borogoves," which was published in Astounding magazine nine years earlier. In this ebook: A Woman's Place, 1959 Eight Keys to Eden, 1960 The Kenzie Report, 1962 Do Unto Others, 2010 We're Civilized!, 1976 Progress Report, 2011 Sense from Thought Divide, 1980
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June 2, 2014
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