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    Science Fiction Quiz by Brian W. Aldiss (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1983, 0-297-78340-8, £2.95, 128pp, hc, nf)
        Challenging quiz books on all aspects of science fiction.

    Sex and the Black Machine by Brian W. Aldiss (Avernus, July 1990, no ISBN, 21pp, ph, ss)
        Collage of words and images put together by Brian Aldiss and distributed free with the August issue of Interzone, which was a special Brian Aldiss issue. This is subtitled “the first Aldiss cutup”. A limited hardcover edition of 25 copies, including a collage signed by Aldiss (£50.00) was also available.

    The Shape of Further Things by Brian W. Aldiss (Faber and Faber, July 1970, 0-571-09472-4, £1.75, 185pp, hc, nf)
        autobiography spanning one month where reflections on science and history to lie side by side with notes on domestic affairs, and commentaries on the life of a writer of fantastic literature; subtitled “Speculations on Change”.

    A Soldier Erect by Brian Aldiss (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, January 1971, 0-297-00330-5, £1.75, 272pp, hc, no, cover by Lou Klein) [Horatio Stubbs]
        Semi-autobiographical novel chronicling the bawdy (mis)adventures of Horatio Stubbs; subtitled “Further Adventures of the Hand-Reared Boy”.

    Somewhere East of Life by Brian Aldiss (Carroll & Graf, August 1994, 0-7867-0074-2, $22.95, 391pp, hc, n., cover by Tony Greco) [Squire, Thomas C.]
        Mainstream/SF black comedy novel about a man trying to recover a decade of memories stolen from him and sold as softcore porn. Simultaneous with the UK edition from Flamingo.

    Starship by Brian W. Aldiss (Criterion Books, 1959, $3.50, 256pp, hc, n., cover by Joel Dolens)
        Reprint (Faber and Faber 1958 as Non-Stop) SF novel.

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