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Delany email discussion list - Serious Delany fans discuss his life and literature. The list shows a flurry of activity whenever Delany publishes.
From 'The splendor and misery of bodies, of cities.' - An excerpt of Delany's unpublished sequel to "Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand". Available over the web from Northern Light's Special Collections.
Review of Contemporary Fiction Delany/White Volume - Delany completists may want the fragment of his unfinished novel "The Splendor and Misery of Bodies, of Cities" found in this issue of the Review of Contemporary Fiction (Vol. XVI, no. 3). It also contains critical works by and about Delany, and interviews with Delany and one of his alter egos.
Samuel Delany: 'I'm nobody's prototype for what's to come' - A short essay on true 'diversity'.
Samuel R. Delany - Bibliography Summary - A good bibliographic summary. The link to this from the "Samuel Delany Information" page is outdated, hence this one.
Samuel R. Delany Information - An extensive and comprehensive fan-maintained site including reviews, bibliographical and publication information, biographical information, links and much else.
The Village Voice: Future Shock - Future Shock by Samuel R. Delany. Sci-fi Novelist Samuel R. Delany Imagines New York City Circa 3000 . Published December 29, 1999 - January 4, 2000
You Meet the Nicest Folks in Porn Theatres - A review/essay by Craig Seligman occasioned by the publication of Delany's books Times Square Red, Times Square Blue and Bread & Wine: An Erotic Tale of New York (co-created with Mia Wolff), at Salon magazine's website.
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