Chris Moore. Acrylics, 30 x 44 cm. For the 1999 Millennium/Orion pb edition in the Gollancz SF Masterworks series (no. 10) of Cordwainer Smith's, "The Rediscovery of Man" (1975, Nelson Doubleday/SFBC hc, as "The Best of Cordwainer Smith"). This collection first appeared...See more

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