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|The Eaton Collection at the University of California, Riverside. From the website: "The Eaton Collection is the largest publicly-accessible collection of science fiction, fantasy, horror and utopian fiction in the world. ... It is visited by scholars from around the world both for its American and international holdings."|
|University of South Florida Library's Special Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection: Includes the SF collection of John Clute, believed to be one of the largest privately held collections in the world.|
|University of Sydney Science Fiction and Fantasy Collections: The library's Ron Graham Science Fiction Collection and Colin Steele Collection together form one of the largest institutional collections of Science Fiction and Fantasy in the world.|
|Georgia Tech's Bud Foote Science Fiction Collection: Includes well over 8000 cataloged science fiction novels, anthologies, monographs, journals, and films. The collection spans the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries and features items in English, Danish, Russian, French, Japanese, and many more languages.|
|Temple University's Paskow Science Fiction Collection: This collection contains more than 30,000 volumes, magazines (pulps, fanzines, and academic journals), over 100 cubic feet of manuscripts, and selected posters, paintings, drawings, and related materials.|
|University of Liverpool's Sydney Jones Library, Special Collections & Archives: Europe's largest catalogued collection of SF material, including the Science Fiction Foundation Collection and a wealth of literary archives.|
|The Maison d'Ailleurs (translated as "House of Elsewhere"): This museum of science fiction, utopia, and extraordinary journeys is located in Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland, and is the only public institution of its kind in the world. It is a non-profit foundation functioning both as a public museum and a specialized research center.|
|Citrus County Library System, all five branches.|
|The Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America's Circulating Book Plan. Through the SFWA CBP, Covenant circulated among readers in nine regions before residing in book repositories (mainly public and university libraries).|
|Horrmann Library, Wagner College, Staten Island, NY.|
|Samuel C. Williams Library, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ.|
Hear Chapter 1:
Recorded from within the audience & located at the 3:30- to 16:20-minute mark after my extemporaneous a cappella singing.
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