The Great Galactic Ghoul

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The explanations people want to believe are not always the ones they should believe…

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Allen Steele (b.

1958), a former professional newspaper journalist, often reflects in his writing about the impact of science fiction on science and technology. Steele debuted in 1989 with Orbital Decay, followed by Clark County. Space "(" Clarke County, Spase ", 1991) and" Lunar Fall "(" Lunag Descent "), which also take place in" near space ", between the Moon and the Earth. It is interesting to note that Chronospace (2001) features Gregory Benford as a minor character. Steele`s stories have been compiled into three collections: Rude Astronauts (1993), Such an American Alien (AN-American Alien Wow, 1996), Sex and Violence in Zero G (Sex and Violence in Zero G ”, 1999), and the latter in chronological order presents works about near space. The writer himself claims that his stories are a kind of response to Niveon`s Tales of Known Space, or even Heinlein`s Past Tomorrow. In the 1990s and. Steele is recognized as one of the brightest young science fiction writers. His works a...

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Allen Steele (b. 1958), a former professional newspaper journalist, often reflects in his writing about the impact of science fiction on science and technology. Steele debuted in 1989 with Orbital Decay, followed by Clark County. Space "(" Clarke County, Spase ", 1991) and" Lunar Fall "(" Lunag Descent "), which also take place in" near space ", between the Moon and the Earth. It is interesting to note that Chronospace (2001) features Gregory Benford as a minor character. Steele`s stories have been compiled into three collections: Rude Astronauts (1993), Such an American Alien (AN-American Alien Wow, 1996), Sex and Violence in Zero G (Sex and Violence in Zero G ”, 1999), and the latter in chronological order presents works about near space. The writer himself claims that his stories are a kind of response to Niveon`s Tales of Known Space, or even Heinlein`s Past Tomorrow. In the 1990s and. Steele is recognized as one of the brightest young science fiction writers. His works are distinguished by talented realism and describe cosmic everyday life. Steele is even called a “working class science fiction writer,” since his characters are usually ordinary people.