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Favorite Poul Anderson Future History sites

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Poul Anderson Appreciation, Paul Shackley (weblog), from March 28, 2012 (many items were originally posted here, beginning with this 2009 post).  Includes a listing of Technic Civilization works in the order they were written / published.  See related Poul Anderson's Cosmic Environments.

"Giving Thanks for Poul Anderson," Deuce Richardson, weblog, November 27, 2021.

"Poul Anderson's 'Technic Civilization' Series," Alan Chick, weblog, circa 2016.

"A Man Who Counts," Jean-Daniel Brèque, weblog (archive), April 2008.

Lyr, a world-building project inspired by Anderson, Chris Wayan, 2006.

"Merseian Alien mask" (photo), Jerry Paxton, final project for Advanced Theatrical Makeup at California State University, Fullerton, May 28, 1998.

The Ythri, Metagaming, wargame (based upon The People of the Wind), 1975.

"Poul Anderson and the Men Who Count," John Costello, Reason, February 1972.


General Anderson sites:

Anderson named a Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) Grand Master in 1997.

Anderson audio works at SFFaudio, including classic X Minus One radio performances.  The 1997 work Isaac Asimov Presents Volume 7 includes "Honorable Enemies" read by René Auberjonois.

The "Sandra Miesel Papers," an archived "unprocessed manuscript collection" at the University of Southern Mississippi's de Grummond Children's Literature Collection, includes several Anderson-related items.



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