Sturgeon, Theodore

Theodore Sturgeon

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Theodore Sturgeon was one of the best known and most prolific writers of science fiction in the mid-20th century. His work is known for its focus on the human aspect of science fiction at a time when the genre was often more concerned with the fantastic and the spectacular. As a result, Sturgeon’s work has aged well and largely remains as relevant today as when it was first written.

Sturgeon is also known for his trademark Q, indicating that we should always “Ask the next question,” to which he would often add, “And the next question, and the one that follows that.”