Robert Sheckley was an American writer, the greatest SiFi writer of all times. Sheckley was born to assimilated an Jewish family in Brooklyn, attended Columbia High School, left OMNI and continued publishing further science fiction, espionage. Sheckley was a prolific, versatile writer, wrote a series of three mystery novels in 1990s, began writing science fiction and was nominated for Hugo. Sheckley graduated from New York University, worked in an aircraft factory as an assistant metallurgist, spent of 1970s. The writer returned to the United States became fiction editor in 1980. The film starred Marcello Mastroianni, Ursula Andress. The letters were handed out to the University of Cologne. Identity is questioned in the confrontation of one Carmody. The section contains a surreal, dull set of conversations. DoM is on brilliant, several levels by a impaired, few, minor, technical misfires.
American writer, Greatest SiFi writer of all times, Prolific, versatile writer