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Inevitably there had to be a science fictional Alice. It was published in the early 1930's as a serial in th efabled Science Fiction Digest, the first important printed science fiction fan magazine.
After 65 years come of the charactersd in “Alicia” will be unfamiliar to modern readers. But other allusions to characters and locales out of Verne and Wells, Burroughs and Cummings, Merritt and Doc Smithor to the writers themselves who appear in the storywill awaken nostalgic memories.
Alicia is not a parody of the original story. Miller wrote about a future Alice, stressing the idiosyncracies of science fiction and the great and near-great science fiction writers of the day.
Published by Oswald Train