New Wave

The New Wave of science fiction

Michael Moorcock‘s New Worlds

J. G. Ballard and Brian Aldiss

In the US the movement was promoted by editor Harlan Ellison whose anthologies Dangerous Visions (1967) and Again, Dangerous Visions (1972) included experimental work by new and established writers including Samuel R Delany and Roger Zelazny

References:
  • Aldiss, Brian, Hothouse (1962)
  • —— Greybeard (1964)
  • —— Barefoot in the Head (1969)
  • Ballard, J.G., The Wind From Nowhere (1961)
  • —— The Drowned World
  • —— The Burning World (1964; expanded as The Drought, 1965)
  • —— The Crystal World (1966)
  • —— The Atrocity Exhibition (coll. 1969)
  • —— Crash (1973)
  • —— Concrete Island (1974)
  • —— High Rise (1975)
  • Ellison, Harlan (ed.), Dangerous Visions (1967)
  • —— Again, Dangerous Visions (1972) 

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