Galaxies is a science fiction novel written by Barry Malzberg. It was first published in 1975. Galaxies is a metafictional work in which the writing of a science fiction novel becomes entwined with the novel being written.
Paul Di Filippo (2020-03-12). "Paul Di Filippo Reviews Providence by Max Barry". Locus magazine. Retrieved 2020-04-13.
The mediacentric fakeness attendant upon the reality of the war effort and the neurotic tics of the crew are pure Barry Malzberg riffs. One might be reading a successor to Malzberg’s Galaxies or perhaps Moorcock’s The Black Corridor.
Michael W. McClintock (1982). "The Contemporaneity of Barry N. Malzberg". Extrapolation. 23 (2). Retrieved 2020-04-13.
On the first page of his novel, Galaxies (1975), Barry Malzberg specifies a problem which will keep him from finishing.
Brian Stableford (1979-01-01). ""Chorale" by Barry Malzberg (Book Review)". Foundation. 0. p. 78. Retrieved 2020-04-13.
Foundation14 then featured my review of Graven Images, the anthology containing Malzberg's novelette "Choral", in which I said that "although the expansion of 'A Galaxy Called Rome' into Galaxies worked very well indeed, I think Choral will be better left as it is.