In 1972 and 73, Gerrold published nine books: two non-fiction books about Star Trek
(1966), an anthology, a short story collection, and five novels. The novels were Yesterday's Children (the first Star Wolf novel), When Harlie Was One (1972 Hugo and Nebula award nominee), The Man Who Folded Himself (1973 Hugo and Nebula award ...
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'Real drama' is about the human condition; it's about angst, anguish, suicide, incest. It's about people failing to put their lives together. Science-fiction is about what do we build next. (It) gets into what is the nature of reality, what does it mean to be a human being. Those are answers you don't get in an ordinary story.
Wrote "The Trouble With Tribbles", the most-popular episode of Star Trek