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Old 09-13-2012, 03:17 AM   #9
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I'd love to see Mark Clifton's science fiction stories, especially his short stories. He had distinctive approach. I'm in the throes of preparing a short story collection for the MR library, but can only find ten of his twenty or so short stories in digital form.
Mark Clifton died in 1963, so his work is NOT in the public domain. The only exception to this would be magazine stories for which US copyright was not renewed, and these would be in the public domain in the US only. His work is assuredly not in the public domain in Australia!
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