A Wealth of Fable
A Wealth of Fable by Harry Warner, Jr., is a Hugo Award-winning history of science fiction fandom of the 1950s, an essential reference work in the field. It is a followup to Warner's All Our Yesterdays (ISBN 1-886778-13-2), which covered the 1940s, and helped to earn Warner a Hugo Award in 1969.
|Author||Harry Warner, Jr.|
|Genre||Science fiction fandom, history|
|Publisher||Fanhistorica Press (first edition), SCIFI Press (second edition)|
|Media type||Mimeographed, hardcover|
|Pages||xiv+456 (second edition)|
|ISBN||0-9633099-0-0 (second edition)|
|Preceded by||All Our Yesterdays by Harry Warner, Jr., 1969|
According to science fiction fan and author Mike Resnick, "It's not even a sequel, but rather a continuation, of All Our Yesterdays, heavily illustrated, obviously written by the same hand, chock full of the anecdotes that almost instantly become fannish legend."
It was originally published by Joe Siclari in a three-volume, mimeographed Fanhistorica Press edition in 1977. SCIFI Press brought out an expanded hardcover edition (ISBN 0-9633099-0-0) in 1992. The members of the World Science Fiction Society voted that version the Hugo Award for Best Related Book.
Warner also wrote a related series of historical columns called "All Our Yesterdays."
Footnotes and referencesEdit
- ISBN for first edition does not exist.
- Platou, Arnold S. (March 31, 2003). "Harry Warner's parallel universe". The Herald-Mail. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
- Resnick, Mike (February 2008). "The Literature of Fandom". Jim Baen's Universe, 11 Vol 2 Num 5. Archived from the original on April 30, 2009. Retrieved March 1, 2009. Cite uses deprecated parameter
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