Author: Brian W. Aldiss
Blame it on taxes. According to SFWA Grand Master Brian Aldiss, that’s the main reason he sold the movie rights to the Pinocchio-android tale “Supertoys Last All Summer Long” to Stanley Kubrick back in 1982. Bound here along with two followup short stories and nine unrelated short pieces from more recent years, “Supertoys” was to be the source material for Kubrick’s last m….Read More
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