In this post, we will see the book The Molecular Cafe – Soviet Science Fiction Stories
About the book
The book contains stories published by Soviet science-fiction writers in the last three or four years. Of course, neither the selection of the authors in this little book, nor the stories themselves can offer a comprehensive idea of Soviet Science fiction, which is so diverse and multiform. At present, more than a hundred Soviet writers are working in the field. Several large story collections, novels and serial books are published each year. Science, philosophy, sociology, humour, satire are some of their topics.
We hope that this book will appeal to the foreign reader and will promote understanding between our nations.
The book was translated from the Russian and was published by Mir in 1968 and edited (translated?) by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.
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THE MOLECULAR CAFE
by Ilya Varshavsky 10
WANDERERS AND TRAVELLERS
by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky 14
CRABS ON THE ISLAND
by Anatoly Dneprov 29
THE SECRET OF HOMER
by Alexander Poleshchuk 59
I’M GOING TO MEET MY BROTHER
by Vitaly Krapivin 76
Watch for the “Magellan” Journey by Night
The Fourth Sun
by Romen Yarov 118
THE BLACK PILLAR
by Evgeny Voiskunsky and Isai
Science fiction has the ability to make its readers reimagine the real world into a more interesting one. Ultimately, a fascinating world is at the heart of a good science fiction story.
You can check this blog https://www.lenstagebooks.com/the-keys-to-writing-a-good-science-fiction-story/ the keys to writing a good science fiction.