Books by Brian W. Aldiss

Released: April 1, 2000

"Not particularly gripping as fiction, but engrossing and provocative nonetheless."
British F&SF grandmaster Aldiss (Common Clay, 1996, etc.) teams up with distinguished physicist-mathematician Penrose to offer a polemic, presented from a wealth of viewpoints, whose binding principle is that Mars should be left pristine, a refuge for science and contemplation, rather than systematically exploited. Read full book review >
Released: April 1, 1999

"Although a writer's autobiography is perhaps most likely to appeal to that writer's previous fans, anyone encountering Aldiss for the first time in this excellent book will almost certainly turn back happily to his extensive and varied catalog of work."
A richly rendered memoir by one of England's finest writers. Read full book review >
COMMON CLAY by Brian W. Aldiss
Released: March 7, 1996

"Not to every taste, perhaps, but thoughtful and subtle, conveying the unnerving sense that there's always something else going on just beyond the reader's immediate apprehension."
The latest collection from British grandmaster Aldiss (A Tupolev Too Far, 1994, etc.) includes six original stories among the reprints, 198795, the whole being knitted together with unsettling fictional-autobiographical musings and others comments. Read full book review >
DRACULA UNBOUND by Brian W. Aldiss
Released: Jan. 2, 1990

British sf master Aldiss now roots in the well-plowed literary field of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Read full book review >