Founding Father of Heroic Fantasy Robert Howard
Robert Howard is not so popular in our country, despite his huge contribution to world fiction. He is one of those authors whose brainchild is much more famous than its…

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10 science fiction novelties
Science fiction is a genre that is constantly evolving, complementing our wildest expectations with something new. Sometimes she constantly has to get ahead of progress, and nowadays it is gaining…

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Cozy disaster in science fiction by John Wyndham
John Wyndham Parks Lucas Beynon Harris was born July 10, 1903, died March 11, 1969. An English science fiction writer who gained popularity in 1951 with the release of the…

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Iar Elterrus

Iar Elterrus speaks of his work as a social experiment, an attempt to still find good in the world around him, preoccupied with profit and personal gain. Since childhood, the writer has a deep dislike of greed and cruelty, and as life has shown, it is almost impossible to meet something opposite to them on the way, this is from the realm of fantasy. So you have to come up with people, communities, worlds endowed with the desired qualities.

Childhood and youth
Under the “cosmic” name Iar Elterrus, Igor Tertyshny is hiding. The writer had a pseudonym in childhood. In a dream, the boy fell into a certain other world, where his name was Iar El Terrus. When Igor grew up and began to compose, he remembered that old dream and simply combined the last 2 words.

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The tenth planet and other science fiction by Sergei Belyaev at the dawn of the formation of the USSR
Sergei Mikhailovich Belyaev was born in 1883. He became one of the first Soviet science fiction writers, starting to write as early as the 1920s. However, he is far from…

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Gerald Berthot(Thomas Owen)
A Belgian writer, art historian and journalist whose real name is Gerald Berthot. Born in Flanders, in Louvain, in the family of lawyer Arthur Bertot, who taught at the city…

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Founding Father of Heroic Fantasy Robert Howard
Robert Howard is not so popular in our country, despite his huge contribution to world fiction. He is one of those authors whose brainchild is much more famous than its…

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Robert Silverberg
Robert Silverberg (born Robert Silverberg, born January 15, 1935, Brooklyn, New York, USA) is a prolific American author best known for his science fiction works, which received the Hugo and…

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