Last month I posted about Mike Resnick's award-winning novella "Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge". At the time, Subterranean Press has only placed the first two segments - or "views" - online. Now the entire story, which follows the primates at the Tanzanian gorge, which is sometimes called the "cradle of mankind", from the "tailless monkeys" of 3 million years ago, through the research of the Leakeys and 22nd century tourists on safari for the last remnants of wild fauna to man's abandonment of a toxic and polluted earth. Through it all man is violent and short sighted - and reaching towards the stars.
Read "Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge" at Subterranean Press.
Original Post: Mike Resnick: Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge
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