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Samuel R. Delaney

Samuel R. Delany
(b. 1942)

This section is dedicated to a future Scriptorium Page on Samuel R. Delany. If you are a writer with expertise in the life and works of Delany, and you’d be interested in helping The Modern Word expand, please look at the Scriptorium submission guidelines. Until then, we’d like to recommend the following resources to interested visitors.


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Samuel R. Delany Information – Jay Schuster’s Delany site is the most comprehensive on the Web. It also has the lovely photo we borrowed above!

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Amazon.com Search – Search Amazon.com for books and related material on Samuel R. Delany.

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