- Pirate Freedom. // Publishers Weekly;8/13/2007, Vol. 254 Issue 32, p48
The article reviews the book "Pirate Freedom," by Gene Wolfe.
- Pirate Freedom. Green, Roland // Booklist;9/1/2007, Vol. 104 Issue 1, p67
Reviews the book "Pirate Freedom" by Gene Wolfe
- A Note on Editions. Wright, Peter // Attending Daedalus: Gene Wolfe, Artifice & the Reader;2003, preceding p4
A list of books by Gene Wolfe is presented.
- There Are Doors (Book). Cassada, Jackie // Library Journal;11/15/1988, Vol. 113 Issue 19, p87
Reviews the book 'There Are Doors,' by Gene Wolfe.
- Chapter 2: An Interview with Gene Wolfe. Gordon, Joan // Shadows of the New Sun: Wolfe on Writing/Writers on Wolfe;2007, p24
An interview with U.S. fiction writer Gene Wolfe is presented. During the interview, Wolfe discusses his childhood, beliefs, routine for writing, the authors he admires and his works. He explains the idea of technology bringing back the fauna of myth. He also cites his reason for choosing a...
- Chapter 10: Gene Wolfe Interview. Baber, Brendan // Shadows of the New Sun: Wolfe on Writing/Writers on Wolfe;2007, p132
An interview with U.S. fiction writer Gene Wolfe is presented. During the interview, he discusses the differences between science fiction and fantasy and how he writes science fiction. He explains the concept of magic realism. He also talks about materialist philosophy and living in Chicago,...
- On Encompassing the Entire Universe: An Interview with Gene Wolfe. McCaffery, Larry // Science Fiction Studies;Nov88, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p334
The article presents an interview with Gene Wolfe, a writer of Science Fiction magazines. He stated that the only way he know to write science fiction is to write the kind of thing he would like to read himself. Moreover, he added that it matters whether one is content to focus on everyday...
- THE LAUNCHING PAD. // Extrapolation (Kent State University Press);Winter1985, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p275
Comments on several issues related to science fiction writing. Citation of the speech made by author Gene Wolfe attacking the treatment of fantastic literature in the classroom; Result of the desire of science fiction writers for respectability; Assertion on the abundance of science fiction...
- GENE WOLFE: THE MAN AND HIS WORK. Andre-Driussi, Michael // Fantasy & Science Fiction;Apr2007, Vol. 112 Issue 4, p86
This article offers a profile of science fiction writer Gene Wolfe. Wolfe began writing fiction in his spare time in the 1950s. Since then he has published over 20 novels, many of them as part of a series. He has been awarded many of the most prestigious science fiction and fantasy awards such...