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Yes, Amazon has copies and more are listed via addall.com/used; what I
mean is that you're unlikely to run into it in even the most
comprehensive and sci-fi-oriented of used bookstores. I still prefer
buying used books from physical bookstores, both for the thrill of
discovery and to help keep used bookstores alive. But I'm happy to see
Sladek's books get into people's hands no matter what the source, short
of library theft.
Hope you enjoy reading Bugs, assuming you're the one who snagged that
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On Behalf Of Evans, Diane L (Rosetta)
Subject: RE: John Sladek (was PK Dick)
> One of the best sci-fi writers of all time (John Sladek) WAS a tech
> writer at the start and end of his career. His output includes a
> funny) book on using XYWrite as well as the classic Tik Tok and
> the Robot stories. One of his later works is about techwriters at a
> corporation in Minnesota, well worth seeking out. Title is "Bugs", and
> its pretty hard to find.
I don't know that it was hard to find...Amazon sellers have 7 (well, now
copies of Bugs available.
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