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William Sloane • 21 Items / 7 Books, 3 Articles, 10 Reviews, 1 Poem
The Edge of Running Water (1939)
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Published Reviews
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    Chills from Elsewhere (Review)
    The Edge of Running Water, by William Sloane
    1. The Edge of Running Water by William Sloane
    The Saturday Review, May 20, 1939, p. 6
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    On Books (7 Reviews)
    On Wings of Song, by Thomas M. Disch
    1. On Wings of Song by Thomas M. Disch
    2. A Storm of Wings by M. John Harrison
    3. The Silver Sun by Nancy Springer
    4. The Edge of Running Water by William Sloane
    5. The Butterfly Kid by Chester Anderson
    6. The Erotic World of Faery by Maureen Duffy
    7. Aliens and Linguists by Walter Earl Meyers
    Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, December 1980, pp. 12-19
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    New Books: A Reader's List (7 Reviews)
    Economics of Peasant Farming, by Doreen Warriner
    1. Economics of Peasant Farming by Doreen Warriner
    2. Pride and Passion: Robert Burns, 1759-1796 by J. De Lancey Ferguson
    3. The Edge of Running Water by William Sloane
    4. The Perplexed Heart by Angela du Maurier
    5. Masquerade by Vincenz Brun
    6. The Heroes by Millen Brand
    7. Next to Valour by John Jennings
    The New Republic, June 7, 1939, p. 140
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    The Reference Library (8 Reviews)
    Croquet Players
    1. Terror in the Modern Vein by Donald A. Wollheim
    2. Few Were Left by Harold Rein
    3. The Edge of Running Water by William Sloane
    4. Conquest of the Space Sea / The Galactic Breed by Robert Moore Williams and Leigh Brackett
    5. The Old Die Rich, and Other Science Fiction Stories by H.L. Gold
    6. A Way Home by Theodore Sturgeon
    7. The Big Jump / Solar Lottery by Leigh Brackett and Philip K. Dick
    8. All About the Future by Martin Greenberg
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, November 1955, pp. 145-152