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Sylvan favoured the highly-unorthodox practice of self-publishing a vast amount of his work—quite literally, using his own printing press!
Sylvan formally published very little of his nuclear ethics and politics, although a nuclear imaginary is present throughout his ouevre.
Sylvan's literary executor encountered an archive in which “all his projects were current", since manuscripts were undated and unattributed.
In one obituary, Sylvan's handwriting was said to have "looked like the oscilloscope for a patient in intensive care", and thus "not for the timid".