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Clifford D Simak

Clifford D Simak was an award winning American author of science fiction. He won 3 Hugo awards, one Nebula and was the third ever Grand Master of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

Simak was a prolific writer of short and long fiction with many of his works nominated for awards, he was a stout believer in what he refered to as "realistic fiction" with science fiction rooted in science fact.

Bibliography

Novels
  • The Creator (1946)
  • Cosmic Engineers (1950)
  • Empire (1951)
  • Time and Again (1951)
  • City (1952)
  • Ring Around the Sun (1953)
  • Time is the Simplest Thing (1961)
  • The Trouble With Tycho (1961)
  • They Walked Like Men (1962)
  • Way Station (1963)
  • All Flesh Is Grass (1965)
  • Why Call them Back From Heaven? (1967)
  • The Werewolf Principle (1967)
  • The Goblin Reservation (1968)
  • Out of Their Minds (1970)
  • Destiny Doll (1971)
  • A Choice of Gods (1972)
  • Cemetery World (1973)
  • Our Children's Children (1974)
  • Enchanted Pilgrimage (1975)
  • Shakespeare's Planet (1976)
  • A Heritage of Stars (1977)
  • The Fellowship of the Talisman (1978)
  • Catface (1978)
  • The Visitors (1980)
  • Project Pope (1981)
  • Where the Evil Dwells (1982)
  • Special Deliverance (1982)
  • Highway of Eternity (1986)
Short Story Collections
  • Strangers in the Universe (1956)
  • The Worlds of Clifford Simak (1960)
  • Aliens for Neighbours (1961)
  • All the Traps of Earth and Other Stories (1962)
  • Other Worlds of Clifford Simak (1962)
  • The Night of the Puudly (1964)
  • Worlds Without End (1964)
  • Best Science Fiction Stories of Clifford Simak (1967)
  • So Bright the Vision (1968)
  • The Best of Clifford D. Simak (1975)
  • Skirmish: The Great Short Fiction of Clifford D. Simak (1977)
  • Brother And Other Stories (1986)
  • The Marathon Photograph and Other Stories (1986)
  • Off-Planet (1989)
  • The Autumn Land and Other Stories (1990)
  • Immigrant and Other Stories (1991)
  • The Creator and Other Stories (1993)
  • Over the River and Through the Woods (1996)
  • The Civilization Game and Other Stories (1997)
Who is more to be pitied, a writer bound and gagged by policemen or one living in perfect freedom who has nothing more to say?
- Kurt Vonnegut

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