Samuel R. Delany

Driftglass
  • Driftglass

  • 'Delany's works have become essential to the history of science fiction' New Yorker

    Samuel Delany is one of the most radical and influential science fiction writers of our age, who reinvented the genre with his fearless explorations of race, class and gender. Driftglass is the definitive volume of his stories, featuring neutered space travellers, telepathy, Hells Angels and genetically modified amphibious workers.

    'Delany's books interweave science fiction with histories of race, sexuality and control. In so doing, he gives readers fiction that reflects and explores the social truths of our world' The New York Times

Samuel R. Delany is an American author known for ground-breaking works of science fiction that pushed boundaries in relation to race, gender, and sexuality. Born in Harlem in 1942, Delany was just twenty when his first novel was published. He has gone on to write some of the most innovative and formally inventive genre writing of the twentieth century, including Nova, Triton, and the million-selling Dhalgren. He has been awarded four Nebula Awards, two Hugo Awards, and the J. Lloyd Eaton Lifetime Achievement Award in Science Fiction.

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