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Since its founding, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction has been acclaimed as one of the pinnacles of the field, the source of fantastic fiction of the highest literary quality. Now the magazine known to its readers as "F&SF" celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with a spectacular anthology of the best recent work from the magazine. Included are stories from major wr Since its founding, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction has been acclaimed as one of the pinnacles of the field, the source of fantastic fiction of the highest literary quality. Now the magazine known to its readers as "F&SF" celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with a spectacular anthology of the best recent work from the magazine. Included are stories from major writers like Bruce Sterling, John Crowley, and Harlan Ellison. Also here are award-winners like Ursula K. Le Guin's Nebula-winning "Solitude," Maureen F. McHugh's Hugo-winning "The Lincoln Train," and Elizabeth Hand's Nebula- and World Fantasy Award-winning "Last Summer at Mars Hill." The fiftieth anniversary collection for the most distinguished magazine of the science fiction and fantasy world. Contents: Introduction by Edward L. Ferman Window by Bob Leman The Fire When It Comes by Parke Godwin Books: The Secret Language of Science Fiction by Algis Budrys Wives by Lisa Tuttle The Alien Mind by Philip K. Dick Spidersong by Susan C. Petrey Out There Where the Big Ships Go by Richard Cowper Films and TV: Lost Rewards by Baird Searles The Curse of the Mhondoro Nkabele by Eric Norden The Autopsy by Michael Shea The Sipple by Rachel Cosgrove Payes The Wud by Mike DeSimone Conkew by Pat Cadigan The Fleffel by Bruce Berges untitled by Mary C. Pangborn untitled by Sebastian Robinson A Day at the Fair by Neal Barrett, Jr. The Most Illuminatingly Doleful and Instructively Affecting Demise of Flo, Late of Upper Blooton by Russell M. Griffin The Word I Invented by Isaac Asimov The Pusher by John Varley The Brave Little Toaster by Thomas M. Disch


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Since its founding, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction has been acclaimed as one of the pinnacles of the field, the source of fantastic fiction of the highest literary quality. Now the magazine known to its readers as "F&SF" celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with a spectacular anthology of the best recent work from the magazine. Included are stories from major wr Since its founding, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction has been acclaimed as one of the pinnacles of the field, the source of fantastic fiction of the highest literary quality. Now the magazine known to its readers as "F&SF" celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with a spectacular anthology of the best recent work from the magazine. Included are stories from major writers like Bruce Sterling, John Crowley, and Harlan Ellison. Also here are award-winners like Ursula K. Le Guin's Nebula-winning "Solitude," Maureen F. McHugh's Hugo-winning "The Lincoln Train," and Elizabeth Hand's Nebula- and World Fantasy Award-winning "Last Summer at Mars Hill." The fiftieth anniversary collection for the most distinguished magazine of the science fiction and fantasy world. Contents: Introduction by Edward L. Ferman Window by Bob Leman The Fire When It Comes by Parke Godwin Books: The Secret Language of Science Fiction by Algis Budrys Wives by Lisa Tuttle The Alien Mind by Philip K. Dick Spidersong by Susan C. Petrey Out There Where the Big Ships Go by Richard Cowper Films and TV: Lost Rewards by Baird Searles The Curse of the Mhondoro Nkabele by Eric Norden The Autopsy by Michael Shea The Sipple by Rachel Cosgrove Payes The Wud by Mike DeSimone Conkew by Pat Cadigan The Fleffel by Bruce Berges untitled by Mary C. Pangborn untitled by Sebastian Robinson A Day at the Fair by Neal Barrett, Jr. The Most Illuminatingly Doleful and Instructively Affecting Demise of Flo, Late of Upper Blooton by Russell M. Griffin The Word I Invented by Isaac Asimov The Pusher by John Varley The Brave Little Toaster by Thomas M. Disch

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Ogden Jones

    I liked "A Day at the Fair". That was an interesting story and created world. I was surprised to see "Brave Little Toaster" in the collection. I seem to recall that was later made into a children's movie. Spidersong was perhaps the best written of the stories. Or maybe the creepy "The Autopsy" by Michael Shea. Oh yeah, and "The Curse of the Mhondoro Nkabele" by Eric Norden was funny. I liked "A Day at the Fair". That was an interesting story and created world. I was surprised to see "Brave Little Toaster" in the collection. I seem to recall that was later made into a children's movie. Spidersong was perhaps the best written of the stories. Or maybe the creepy "The Autopsy" by Michael Shea. Oh yeah, and "The Curse of the Mhondoro Nkabele" by Eric Norden was funny.

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    Ed

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