A winner of the 2004 Zola Award, a portrait of the iconic science-fiction writer best known for such works as The Minority Report and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep describes his struggles with agoraphobia, the imaginative context of his life that inspired some of his books, and his unusual bond with his stepdaughter. Reprint.
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