Chad Oliver was the author who created anthroplogical science fiction. I've compiled as much information on him as I've found, here. If you know anything I should add, please email me.

Hal W. Hall has written The Work of Chad Oliver: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide, which he describes as follows:
"Contains, in addition to the biblio, an 'Introduction,' by Howard Waldrop, about Chad, a longish interview conducted, I think, in the late 1970s, and an Afterword, by Chad, commenting on the earlier interview, from a vantage point 15 years later. Since the book was published, I have updated a good bit of it, and will - someday - place it on the A&M Cushing Library web site. The Cushing Library has Chad's collection, including letters, unpublished material, etc."

The Work of Chad Oliver: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide
San Bernardino, CA
Borgo Press, 1989

The following books can be found at Amazon online bookstore, usually with reviews.

Another World

Broken Eagle

The Cannibal Owl

The edge of forever; classic anthropological science fiction
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars>

Shadows in the Sun (Classics of Modern Science Fiction, No 9)
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars

The Shores of Another Sea (Classics of Modern Science Fiction Volume 3)

Three in Time
Chad Oliver, Jack Dann (Editor)
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Unearthly Neighbors : Classics of Modern Science Fiction

Winds of Time
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars

The Wolf Is My Brother



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