Andrews, John Williams

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(1898-1975) US poet whose book-length sf poem, A.D. Twenty-One Hundred: A Narrative of Space (1969 chap) (see Poetry), is a kind of Future History of the next century or so, tracing the sophistication of Space Flight as the Moon is settled and Faster Than Light starships explore the Godless void; the poem closes in a state of cosmogonic Transcendence. [JC]

John Williams Andrews

born Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: 10 November 1898

died Norwalk, Connecticut: 18 March 1975

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