Charles Sheffield:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Charles A. Sheffield (b. 1935 - d. 2002) UK-born physicist and writer, permanently in the USA from 1971, married to SF writer Nancy Kress from 1998 until his death; he published the first of more than 100 technical papers and science articles in 1962, and the first of 100 or more sf stories, "What Song the Sirens Sang", for Galaxy in April 1977
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Coal Mole

The Web Between the Worlds (1979)

Spider

The Web Between the Worlds (1979)


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