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"I had an embarrassingly good time poring through Brave New Words. It's more than a dictionary, it's a secret history of science fiction-and of the last 50 years of popular culture." - John Scalzi,Author of Old Man's WarR
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About the Author
Jeff Prucher is a freelance lexicographer and an editor for the Oxford English Dictionary's science fiction project. He lives in Berkeley with his family.