Edited by Orson Scott Card
by Isaac Asimov
I've already written a lot about Isaac Asimov: how I think him the supreme practitioner of the American tradition of plain style. How I find his work, though he was an avowed atheist, some of the most deeply religious writing I've read. How, unlike many other writers, he seemed only to get better (and wiser) as he got older. Those essays were printed elsewhere; they're still true, in my opinion.
Asimov is dead now; his string of great science fiction writing has ended. A few books are being written in his name,