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Barbour, Douglas. "Samuel R. Delany." In Science Fiction Writers: Critical Studies of the Major Authors from the Early Nineteenth Century to the Present Day. E. F. Bleiler, ed. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1982, pp. 329-336. Summarizes Delany's career.

Delany, Samuel R. Silent Interviews.

Hanover, NH: Weslayan University Press, 1994. Charles Platt (see below) complains that Delany's responses are very difficult to follow during interviews; this problem may have inspired this book of written (as opposed to spoken) interviews.

Ebert, Teresa L. "The Convergence of Postmodern Innovative Fiction and Science Fiction: An Encounter with Samuel R. Delany's Technotopia."

Poetics Today 1, 4 (Summer 1980): 91104. Places Delany's work in the context of postmodernist fiction.

Gregory, Sinda, and Larry McCaffery.

"Samuel Delany: The Semiology of Silence." Science-Fiction Studies 14, 2 (1987): 134-164. Excerpts from a conversation with Delany.

McEvoy, Seth. Samuel Delany. New York: Ungar, 1984. A critical introduction to Delany's writings; suitable for high...

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