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Fred Saberhagen

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Who holds Wayfinder finds good roads, Its master's step is brisk; The Sword of Wisdom lightens loads But adds unto their risk.

— Fred Saberhagen


Research is of considerable importance in certain fields, such as science and history.

— Fred Saberhagen

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I have some good stories yet to tell.

— Fred Saberhagen

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At this stage, my chief professional goal is simply to keep on writing and making a living at it.

— Fred Saberhagen

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I don't know why a computer game can't be an art form just as a puppet show or an opera is. I'm still interested in computer games as something I would like to work on someday.

— Fred Saberhagen

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I finally decided one day, reading science fiction magazines of the time, I could do at least as well as some of these people are doing. So I finally made a serious effort.

— Fred Saberhagen

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And what we know, or think we know, about the universe of space and time is changing very quickly.

— Fred Saberhagen

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I started writing seriously about 1960, at the fairly advanced age of 30.

— Fred Saberhagen

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I suspect that writer's block afflicts mainly people who have some stable and ample source of income outside of writing. So far it hasn't been a problem.

— Fred Saberhagen

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More immediately, I'm currently working on another Dracula in which there will be connections with ancient Egypt. That's about as far as I want to go in commenting on current work.

— Fred Saberhagen

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The Dracula Tape (Warner June 1975) / (Ace Jan. 1984
"Deathwomb" Poul Anderson (nv) Analog Nov. 1981) (short fiction collection; only 2 original/uncollected stories); (available online) as a Baen Free Sample from Berserker Death omnibus

Berserker Base (Tor March 1985); Mosaic Berserker novel with several guest authors contributing original stories; Saberhagen wrote the overarching story in segments between them using the Niven story as the novel's fulcrum point:
"What Makes Us Human" Stephen R.

Saberhagen also wrote a series of vampire novels in which the vampires (including the famous Dracula) are the protagonists and a series of post-apocalyptic mytho-magical novels beginning with his popular Empire of the East and continuing through a long series of Swords and Lost Swords novels. F.

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