She Saved Us from World War Three. Gardner Dozois Remembers James Tiptree, Jr. An Interview by Michael Swanwick

Michael
Swanwick
and Gardner DOZOIS

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Swanwick
Michael
and Gardner DOZOIS
She Saved Us from World War Three. Gardner Dozois Remembers James Tiptree, Jr. An Interview by Michael Swanwick
With two folding facsimile plates. [20] pp
8vo
[Upper Montclair, New Jersey]
Temporary Culture
2020
One of 200 unnumbered copies. Edition of 225 copies (25 copies, numbered 1 to 25, were reserved for presentation)
Pictorial wrappers, cover portrait of Gardner Dozois by by John DeChancie. As new
310699
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“All the rest, the stories, the sentiments, the whole boodle, is just me. (Proving, maybe, something about people being people.)” Michael Swanwick interviewed his friend, legendary science fiction editor Gardner Dozois (1947-2018), on the topic of James Tiptree, Jr., in October 2015. Dozois was an early and astute critic of Tiptree’s fiction, and a regular correspondent of Tiptree. Alice Sheldon (1915-1987) wrote him in advance of revelations of her identity as Tiptree, and their correspondence continued until her death. Dozois was one of very few from the science fiction community who met Sheldon. Two of her letters are reproduced here in facsimile from the originals preserved as part of the Gardner Dozois Papers [MS097], in the Eaton Collection, Department of Special Collections, Tomás Rivera Library, University of California Riverside. ISBN 0-9961359-6-0 ISBN13 978-0-9961359-6-2