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Damien Francis Broderick (born 22 April 1944) is an Australian science fiction and popular science writer and editor of some 74 books.see detailed bibliography below His science fiction novel The Dreaming Dragons (1980) introduced the trope of the generation time machine,Simone Caroti, The Generation Starship in Science Fiction: A Critical History, 1934–2001, p. 201. his The Judas Mandala (1982) contains the first appearance of the term "virtual reality" in science fiction, and his 1997 popular science book The Spike was the first to investigate the technological singularity in detail.

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by Broderick, Damien, 1944-
Port Melbourne, Vic. : Mandarin Australia, 1990
by Broderick, Damien, 1944-
New York : Thunder's Mouth Press, c2006
Uniform title: White abacus Hungarian
by Broderick, Damien, 1944-
[Hungary] : Metropolis Media Group, 1997, 2010
by Broderick, Damien, 1944-
Blacksburg, Va. : Fantastic Books, c2009
Uniform title: Dreaming dragons. Italian
by Broderick, Damien, 1944-
Milano [Italy] : Editrice Nord, c2000
by Broderick, Damien, 1944-
Sydney, NSW : HarperCollinsPublishers, 1997
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