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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I'm frustrated with Hollywood and television and the movies because they see science fiction as an excuse for eye candy, for lots of great special effects.
I love seeing the dinosaurs and the space ships and the time machines and whatever they want to create, I love it, but once they get there, they don't start asking, "What does it mean, what's the next step?" It's just an excuse to have the ...
Guest of honor at WESTERCON 28 science-fiction convention (Oakland, CA, July 3-6, 1975).