Blue Apes

Paperback | November 27, 2002

byPhyllis Gotlieb

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From the title piece, "Blue Apes" - a story of discovery, loss and betrayal on a distant planet - to "Sunday's Child"- an account of an alien born to human colonists - Phyllis Gotlieb's short fiction explores issues and passions that are deeply human, even when her characters are not. Gotlieb writes in the American SF tradition from a decidedly Canadian perspective.

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From the title piece, "Blue Apes" - a story of discovery, loss and betrayal on a distant planet - to "Sunday's Child"- an account of an alien born to human colonists - Phyllis Gotlieb's short fiction explores issues and passions that are deeply human, even when her characters are not. Gotlieb writes in the American SF tradition from a ...

Phyllis Gotlieb was born in Toronto, Canada where she still currently resides. She is married to Calvin Gotlieb, now ¡professor emeritus of Computer ¡Science at the University of Toronto and has three grown children, and four grandchildren. She has published five volumes of ¡poetry, nine novels (eight of them ¡science fiction), as well...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 7 × 4.25 × 0.5 inPublished:November 27, 2002Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1895836131

ISBN - 13:9781895836134

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"Phyllis Gotlieb demonstrates ... she has a special talent for conjuring up ­alien types that are both fresh and ­totally convincing."

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