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Issue Details: First known date: 1980... 1980 The Stellar Gauge : Essays on Science Fiction Writers
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The Stellar Gauge includes the following essays by Australian authors focusing on non-Australian subjects or writers: 'White Sphinx and Albino Griffin: Images of Death in the Scientific Romances of H. G. Wells' (David J. Lake), 'Arthur C. Clarke' (David Sless), 'Frederick Pohl as a Creator of Future Societies' (George Turner), 'Literature Which Wakens Us: The Science Fiction of Brian W. Aldiss' (Bruce Gillespie); 'Beyond the Enigma: Dick's Questers' (Michael J. Tolley); and 'Immortality and Robert Silverberg' (Frederick Yuan).

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  • Described by Anne Brewster as 'the first Australian collection of critical essays on science fiction' ('SF Awakes,' CRNLE Reviews Journal 2 1981, p.83)

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Works about this Work

Morals, Ethics, and Viewpoints George Turner , Yvonne Rousseau , 2009 single work criticism
— Appears in: Chained to the Alien : The Best of Australian Science Fiction Review 2009; (p. 52-69)
SF Awakes Anne Brewster , 1981 single work review
— Appears in: The CRNLE Reviews Journal , December no. 2 1981; (p. 83-84)

— Review of The Stellar Gauge : Essays on Science Fiction Writers 1980 anthology criticism
SF Awakes Anne Brewster , 1981 single work review
— Appears in: The CRNLE Reviews Journal , December no. 2 1981; (p. 83-84)

— Review of The Stellar Gauge : Essays on Science Fiction Writers 1980 anthology criticism
Morals, Ethics, and Viewpoints George Turner , Yvonne Rousseau , 2009 single work criticism
— Appears in: Chained to the Alien : The Best of Australian Science Fiction Review 2009; (p. 52-69)
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