Reference guide to science fiction, fantasy, and horror

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Libraries Unlimited, 2002 - Fiction - 605 pages
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This revision of Burgess's critically acclaimed guide to reference works in the fascinating genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror covers a wide variety of information sources published in the field from the 1950s until well into 2001, including fan publications, serials, periodicals with reference value, and nongenre materials of interest to science fiction researchers, in addition to such standard tools as bibliographies, encyclopedias, dictionaries, directories, and indexes. Online resources have been added; the book also features core collection lists for academic, public, and personal research libraries. Entries are accompanied by extensively revised annotations, which are detailed and evaluative.

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Excellent compendium of the sci fi, horror, and fantasy worlds as they existed in 1992, the year this book was published. Read full review

Contents

Atlases and Gazetteers
20
Annual Directories
33
Readers and Critical Guides
55

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About the author (2002)

MICHAEL BURGESS is Head of Technical Services & Collection Development, John M. Pfau Library, California State University, San Bernardino.LISA R. BARTLE is Reference Librarian at Pfau Library, California State University, San Bernardino.