Whortleberry Press
Re(2): Science Fiction Grows Up

Dear George;
I surely agree with you in fondly missing the dear old pulp zines and their exciting stories. I still love them -- my lack of sophisticating is showing, I guess. What did me in was the New wave of the 1970s. I could not really get into the swing of it, and IMO the s-f world lost a great deal of its vitality.
Lucky for u s the works of Heinlein, Bradbury and the other greats of the silver age are still with us -- I have a trunk full of pulpzines in the attic to re-read when I retire.
-- Jean

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