Posted on 06/29/2018 at 02:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Now that we’ve had a chance to absorb the news of Harlan Ellison’s death, it’s time to reflect on his legacy.

The science-fiction author passed away in his sleep at age eighty-four, a family friend announced Thursday.

The Guardian has a recommended reading list of Ellison’s work (and also a complete obituary).

The Washington Post examines how he remade science fiction while battling movie studios, publishers, ... and Frank Sinatra.

Variety has more on Ellison’s assorted disputes, while The Verge explains its ultimate conclusion that Ellison “leaves behind a complicated legacy.”

Finally, you can listen to NPR’s memorial segment below.

Categories: Today in Books

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