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The Collected Stories Of Philip K. Dick Vol. 1:...

The King of the Elves is the opening installment of a uniform, five-volume edition of The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick, expanded from the previous Collected Stories set to incorporate new story notes, and two added tales, one previously unpublished, and one uncollected. This generous collection contains 22 stories and novellas including Dick's first published story, "Beyond Lies the Wub," together with such landmark tales as "The Preserving Machine," in which an attempt to preserve our fragile cultural heritage takes an unexpected turn, The Variable Man, a brilliantly imagined novella encompassing war, time travel, and the varied uses of technology, and the title story, in which Shadrach Jones, owner of a dilapidated gas station in Colorado, stumbles into an ongoing war between trolls and elves, and encounters a fantastic - and utterly unexpected - destiny. Like the best of Dick's novels, these stories offer a wide variety of narrative and intellectual pleasures, and provide an ideal introduction to one of the singular imaginations of the modern era.

The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Vol. 1:...

SF Commentary, July-Sep 1973. 'Philip K. Dick: Breakthroughs And Break-ins' an open letter from Philip K. Dick to John Sladek, Apr 23, 1973. SF EYE Science Fiction Eye magazine, Vol.1 #2, Aug 1987. 'A Conversation With Philip K. Dick' by Richard Lupoff SFR Science Fiction Review #19, Vol.5, #3, Aug 1976. 'An Interview With Philip K. Dick' by Daniel DePrez Sim Melt Simulacrum Meltdown #3, Ed. Patrick Clark, Oct 2001. SL:38 THE SELECTED LETTERS OF PKD: 1938 - 71, Underwood-Miller Books, hb, 1996. ISBN: 1-887424-21-0. SL:74 THE SELECTED LETTERS OF PKD: 1974, Underwood-Miller Books, hb, 1991. ISBN: 0-99733-104-1 Starlog Starlog Feb 1982, May 1982, Aug 1982.Nov 1982. SRG Starmont Reader's Guide 12, by Hazel Pierce, Starmont House, Mercer Island, WA, 1982. ISBN: 0-916732-34-7. TCS THE COLLECTED STORIES OF PHILIP K. DICK, Vols 1-5, Citadel-Twilight Press, tp, 1990-1991. ISBN: 0-8065-1153-2; 0-8065-1226-1; 0-8065-1276-8 etc. TDC PHILIP K. DICK: The Dream Connection by D.S. Apel, The Permanent Press, San Jose, California, 1987. LCCCN: 87-60689. TDM THE DREAM MAKERS:The Uncommon People Who Write Science Fiction by Charles Platt, Berkley Books, pb, New York, 1980. ISBN: 0-425-04668-0. The Patchin Review #5, Oct-Dec 1982. PKD interview with John Boonstra. TGM THE GOLDEN MAN, Ed. Mark Hurst, Berkley, hb, SFBC, 1980. "Story Notes" TNOPKD THE NOVELS OF PKD by Kim Stanley Robinson TSR THE SHIFTING REALITIES OF PHILIP K. DICK: Selected Literary And Philosophical Writings, Ed. Lawrence Sutin, Vintage Press, tp, 1995. ISBN: 0-679-74787-7 TTHC TO THE HIGH CASTLE: Philip K. Dick, A Life: 1928-1962, by Gregg Rickman, Fragments-West/The Valentine Press, pb, 1989. ISBN: 0-916063-24-0 TZ The Twilight Zone magazine Vol.2 #3, June 1982. John Boonstra interviewer. Vertex Vertex, Vol.1 #6, Feb 1974. Interviewer Arthur Byron Cover Weirdo Weirdo #17, 'The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick' by R. Crumb WTR Welcome To Reality: The Nightmares of Philip K. Dick, Ed. Uwe Anton, Broken Mirrors Press, tp, 1991, ISBN: 0-9623824-5-0 Credits Navigation Novels Short Stories ReferencesChronology, 1943-1982 041b061a72


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