Philip K. Dick | Critical Review by Publishers Weekly

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Critical Review by Publishers Weekly

SOURCE: Review of The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick, by Philip K. Dick. Publishers Weekly 230, no. 19 (7 November 1986): 56.

In the following review, the critic considers this five-volume set of Dick's short fiction to be both “wonderful reading” and “a publishing event.”

Even before his untimely death in 1982, Dick was a cult favorite, read by a large number of people who were not otherwise interested in SF. His reputation has steadily grown since then. Now we have a five-volume set [The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick] of all of Dick's short stories, novelettes and novellas, many of which have never been collected between book covers, and including five stories that have never been published in any form. These five are rather minor, but interesting nonetheless. “Cadbury, the Beaver Who Lacked...

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