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Atheling, William, Jr. (pen name for James Blish). "Caviar and Kisses: The Many Loves of Theodore Sturgeon." More Issues at Hand. Chicago: Advent, 1970, 67-78. Blish discusses Sturgeon's writing style and imagery and argues that the theme of love is central to Sturgeon's fiction.

Ballantine, Ian. "Ted Sturgeon Eulogies: Ian Ballantine." Science Fiction Chronicle 6 (July 1985): 30. Publisher Ian Ballantine, of Ballantine Books, reminisces about his acquaintance with Sturgeon.

Beetz, Kirk H. "Theodore Sturgeon." Research Guide to Biography and Criticism, ed. Walton Beacham, et al., vol. 6. Washington, D.C.: Beacham Publishing, 1992, 741-745. This article has an accounting of Sturgeon's life and work as well as an annotated guide to biographical and critical resources.

Bloch, Robert. "Ted Sturgeon Eulogies: Robert Bloch." Science Fiction Chronicle 6 (July 1985): 30,32. Bloch tells of his personal acquaintance with Sturgeon and of his admiration for Sturgeon's fiction.

Clareson, Thomas D. "The Launching Pad."

Extrapolation 26 (Fall 1985): 179-180.

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