Roadside Picnic

End of semester rush.  Trying to finish philosophy book on consciousness.  All is compressed.  But:  did find time to discover and buy and read a new edition of “Roadside Picnic,” which is out on Chicago Review Press in a very nice paperback, with an introduction by Le Guin and a fine afterword by Boris Strugatsky and — most importantly — a new translation in between.  If you’ve not read — nor even heard — of “Roadside Picnic,” you must go read this edition.  It’s a milestone of SF.

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