The Futurians; the story of the science fiction "family" of the 30's that produced today's top SF writers and editors. Damon Knight.

The Futurians; the story of the science fiction "family" of the 30's that produced today's top SF writers and editors

New York: John Day, 1977. Hardcover. viii, 205p., yellow boards slightly soiled.

"The Futurian Society of New York, usually referred to simply as "the Futurians," was a left-leaning science-fiction fan club of the late 1930s and early 1940s. Of the thirty-plus members, nearly a dozen were at one time or another members of the Young Communist League, and a least one, John B. Michel was an active (though unadmitted) member of the Communist Party." *Encyclopedia of the American Left, 2nd ed. p. 251.

Cat.No: 46491

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