John Thomas Sladek (December 15, 1937 – March 10, 2000) was an American science fiction author, known for his satirical and surreal novels. Born in Waverly, Iowa in 1937, Sladek was in England in the 1960s for the New Wave movement and published his.
John Thomas Sladek (December 15, 1937 – March 10, 2000) was an American science fiction author, known for his satirical and surreal novels. Born in Waverly, Iowa in 1937, Sladek was in England in the 1960s for the New Wave movement and published his first story in the magazine New Worlds.
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John Sladek (1937 - 2000) John Sladek was born in Iowa in 1937 but moved to the UK in 1966, where he became involved with the British New Wave movement, centred on Michael Moorcock's groundbreaking New Worlds magazine. Sladek began writing SF with 'The Happy Breed', which appeared in Harlan Ellison's seminal anthology Dangerous Visions in 1967, and is now recognized as one of SF's most brilliant satirists. His novels and short story collections include The Muller Fokker Effect, Roderick and Tik Tok, for which he won a BSFA Award.
The reproductive system. The trouble with books was, they didn’t give a guy the feel of killing with his bare hands. That was the trouble with living in Millford, too. There was nowhere a guy could go to learn from an instructor. Louie wanted to learn all those Jap systems of self-defence. He wanted to learn how to kill a man with Zen-without even touching him, they say. Then there was Kabuki
The Reproductive System Paperback – 2000. by John Sladek (Author).
The Reproductive System Paperback – 2000.
The Reproductive System book. John Thomas Sladek was an American science fiction author, known for his satirical and surreal novels. Books by John Sladek. However, you don’t laugh or cry with anyone in the book, but smile ironically with the author. The people in the book are the rats, Sladek is the behavioural scientist, and you are looking over his shoulder.
Author: John Sladek Author Record 1036. Legal Name: Sladek, John Thomas. The Castle and the Key (1967). The Reproductive System (1968) also appeared as
Author: John Sladek Author Record 1036. Birthplace: Waverly, Iowa, USA. Birthdate: 15 December 1937. The Reproductive System (1968) also appeared as: Variant: The Reproductive System (1968). Variant: Mechasm (1968). Translation: Méchasme (1972).
John Sladek (1937-2000) was born in the United States andmoved to the . Sladek's other novels include The Reproductive System, The Muller-Fokker Effect, and Tik-Tok.