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Title
Science-fiction writer Ben Bova
Type
Audio
Subject
Bova, Ben, 1932---Interviews.
Bova, Ben, 1932---Technique.
Science fiction--History and criticism.
Authors, American--20th century--Interviews.
Genre Form
interviews
sound recording
Language
English
Geographic Coverage
United States
Classification
LCC: PS3552.O84 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 88740212
Summary
Ben Bova, celebrated science-fiction writer and editor of Omni magazine, is interviewed by science-fiction author Orson Scott Card. Bova talks about when and how he began to write science fiction, how and where he gets his ideas, and the sometimes prophetic nature of science-fiction writing.
Capture
Place: 4344 S3 lcc-g
Recorded at public station KUER-FM in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Authorized Access Point
Bova, Ben, 1932- Science-fiction writer Ben Bova
Authorized Access Point Variant
Card, Orson Scott. Science-fiction writer Ben Bova
National Public Radio (U.S.) Science-fiction writer Ben Bova