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Theodore Krulik

Theodore Krulik has been a reader of science fiction all of his life. His love for SF led to active participation in SF conventions in the 1970s, where he spoke to such authors of the Golden Age of Science Fiction as Damon Knight, Fred Pohl, and John W. Campbell, Jr. As a member of the Science Fiction Research Association, Krulik published literary essays on the works of Isaac Asimov, James Gunn, and Richard Matheson for scholarly publishing companies Frederick Ungar, Inc., and Greenwood Press. After interviewing the renowned "New Wave" writer Roger Zelazny in 1982, Krulik completed a literary biography of Zelazny for Frederick Ungr Inc. and a concordance of Zelazny's fantasy series, The Chronicles of Amber, entitled THE COMPLETE AMBER SOURCEBOOK. Krulik's short story "HalfLife" was published in SHADOWS & REFLECTIONS: STORIES FROM THE WORLDS OF ROGER ZELAZNY, edited by Warren Lapine and Trent Zelazny. A retired NYC high school English teacher, Krulik is a lifelong Queens, New York native.

My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, November 9

1:00pm EST

10:00pm EST

Sunday, November 10

11:00am EST