Cushing Memorial Library, Texas A & M University

Inventory of the Alexei Panshin Collection:


Descriptive Summary and Abstract

Creator Panshin, Alexei, 1940-
Title Inventory of the Alexei Panshin Collection:
Dates n.a.
Identification Sci Fi MSS 00211
Extent .5 linear ft.
Language English.
Repository Cushing Memorial Library College Station, TX 77843-5000

Biographical Note

Alexei Panshin was born August 14, 1940 in Lansing, Michigan. He has a B. A. from Michigan State University and a Master’s in Librarianship from the University of Chicago. Panshin is a well-known writer and critic of science fiction. His first published story appeared in 1963. His best known work is Rite of Passage, published in 1968. His critical studies, Heinlein in Dimension, Science Fiction in Dimension, and The World Beyond the Hill, are well-regarded in academic circles.

Scope and Content Note

The Alexei Panshin collection contains a Galley of Masque World. 54 sheets; a manuscript of The Son of Black Morca, 95 photocopied leaves; and a Manuscript of The Thurb Revolution, 189 p.


Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into one box. Materials are arranged alphabetically.



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Usage Restrictions

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Online Catalog Terms

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Panshin, Alexei, 1940-

Administrative Information


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Processing Information

Processed by Hal Hall in 2005

Detailed Description of the Collection



1-10 Panshin, Alexei. Galley of Masque World. 54 sheets. 1 copy of dustjacket for the book.
1-20 Panshin, Alexei and Cory. Manuscript of The Son of Black Morca. Typed, 95 photocopied leaves. Included is blurb, 2 leaves.
1-30 Panshin, Alexei. Manuscript of The Thurb Revolution. Typed, 189 leaves, photocopied.