The Science Of Science Fiction
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Nomad Press, 2017.
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9781619304680
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1060L
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English
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Matthew Brenden Wood., Matthew Brenden Wood|AUTHOR., & Tom Casteel|ILLUSTRATOR. (2017). The Science Of Science Fiction . Nomad Press.

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Matthew Brenden Wood, Matthew Brenden Wood|AUTHOR and Tom Casteel|ILLUSTRATOR. 2017. The Science Of Science Fiction. Nomad Press.

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Matthew Brenden Wood, Matthew Brenden Wood|AUTHOR and Tom Casteel|ILLUSTRATOR. The Science Of Science Fiction Nomad Press, 2017.

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Matthew Brenden Wood, Matthew Brenden Wood|AUTHOR, and Tom Casteel|ILLUSTRATOR. The Science Of Science Fiction Nomad Press, 2017.

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