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Sex will survive. There will be one last period of public sex, kinky sex, sex divorced from pregnancy, from reality, and then social dictatorship will wipe the ‘sin’ away. Near future, science fiction and fantasy will be the great escape from grim reality and declining living standards. The great rival to space adventures and fairy lands is true life, naked emotion dramas. TV and movies are obviously the new Rome colosseum and eventually we may see computer-generated sadomasochism, even real executions, in the ‘arena’.
RICHARD E. GEIS:â•‡ As earlier noted, a semi-religious experience on the beach at Rockaway, Oregon, when I was ten years old, set the direction of my life. The spirits of science fiction past, present and future ganged up on my ego. I got antsy and was socially and intellectually isolated in the early 1950s, as I lived alone and worked for a large department store in Portland, and gravitated inevitably to science fiction fandom after sampling other fanzines. Whatever, I conceived and published Psychotic for a few years and it became quite popular — a ‘focal point’.
Mankind needs fiction (structured lies, to please and reinforce social structures) and story-telling talent will always be in us. Enough. You wrote for Brandon House, Playtime, early on at Midwood (as Swenson), and also The Beatniks (for Dollar Double, originally published by Newsstand Library). Can you talk about these books and these publishers? 51 THE SMUT PEDDLERS RICHARD E. GEIS:â•‡ The Beatniks obviously was originally Like Crazy, Man. I didn’t get paid anything for the Double version. But I’m flattered they liked it enough to use it again.