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This volume (the first of a multi-volume series) contains a selection of Poul Anderson's
early writing, including a large number of his stories from the late 1940s and
his Hugo winning story "The Sharing of Flesh." There are 25 selected short stories
and 20 examples of his verse. Introduction by Greg Bear. Edited by Rick Katze and
Lis Carey. Dustjacket art by Bob Eggleton.
January 2009 · hardcover · 512 pages · 6" x 9" · ISBN 1-886778-75-2 [978-1-886778-75-7]
This 15th book in the "NESFA's Choice" series collects 118 short
science fiction and fantasy stories of one of the masters of the
vignette, all of his short works except two which were rewritten
into parts of a novel (included in Martians and Madness).
Introduction by Barry N. Malzberg. Dustjacket art by Bob Eggleton
and design by Geri Sullivan. Edited by Ben Yalow.
February 2001 · hardcover · 693 pages · 6" x 9" · ISBN 1-886778-18-3, 2nd printing
This edition is the first generally available printing of this book in hardcover. The collision of Miles' identities is made even more intense by the appearance of his clone, Mark. Dustjacket art by Doug Beekman and design by Alice N. S. Lewis. Edited by Tony Lewis.
August 2008 · hardbound · 318 pages · 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" · ISBN 978-1-886778-74-0
This trade paperback reprint of the Boskone 33 Book contains "Dreamweaver's Dilemma",
a previously unpublished novelette set early in Bujold's universe,
the Hugo Award-winning "The Mountains of Mourning," a never-before-published
Sherlock Holmes pastiche, an interview with the author, and Suford Lewis's
Vorkosigan genealogy. Cover art by Bob Eggleton.
Dreamweaver's Dilemma was published in a limited edition of
1210 copies in February 1996 in conjunction with Boskone 33, at which Lois
McMaster Bujold was Guest of Honor. The hardcover is sold out, but the trade
paperback remains in print.
February 1997 · softbound · 252 pages · 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" · ISBN 0-915368-53-6, 5th printing
This trade paperback reprint of the Boskone 39 GoH book contains the
first publication of the American Gods weblog plus forty other works
(including essays, poetry, songs and fiction). Introduction by John M.
Ford. Cover art by Stephen Hickman, design by Alice N. S. Lewis. Edited
by Tony Lewis and Priscilla Olson.
Adventures in the Dream Trade was published in a limited edition of
2000 copies in February 2002 in conjunction with Boskone 39, at which Neil
Gaiman was Guest of Honor. The hardcover is sold out, but the trade
paperback remains in print.
August 2002 · softbound · 286 pages · 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" · ISBN 1-886778-42-6
The fourth book in the "NESFA's Choice" series is a collection of
all of Henderson's stories of the People and a chronology; all of
Pilgrimage and The People: No Different Flesh plus
three stories never before collected, including one, "Michal Without," which is
published here for the first time. Dustjacket by Elizabeth Finney.
1995 · hardcover · xiv+572 pages · 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" · ISBN 0-915368-58-7 7th printing
The third in the "NESFA's Choice" series, this first American
hardcover edition of a classic novel restores the complete text. The
bridging material and other changes that were made when the
novel was published as two paperback books are included in an
appendix. An introduction by Smith scholar Alan C. Elms puts this
work into the context of Smith's life. Dustjacket by John Berkey.
Edited by James A. Mann.
February 1995 · hardcover · xiv+248 pages · 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" · ISBN 0-915368-61-7, 5th printing
This volume, the second in the "NESFA's Choice" series, includes 33
storiesSmith's entire SF output except for the one novel
Norstrilia. They include classics of the field such as
"The Dead Lady of Clown Town," "The Game of Rat and Dragon," "Scanners Live in Vain,"
and "A Planet Named Shayol." Appearing for the first time in print in English are
"Himself in Anachron" and the completely rewritten adult version of his high
school story "War No. 81-Q". Introduction by John J. Pierce. Dustjacket by Jack
1993 · hardcover · xvi+671 pages · 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" · ISBN 0-915368-56-0 8th printing
The first in a six-volume series, Volume 1: Threshold contains all of Zelazny's short
works from his early years through the mid 1960s—a period of experimentation
and growth that flowered into gems such as "A Rose for Ecclesiastes," "The Graveyard Heart," "The Doors of His Face, the Lamps of His Mouth," and "He Who Shapes." The stories in this series are enriched by editors' notes and Zelazny's own words, taken from his many essays, describing why he wrote the stories and what he thought about them in retrospect. Edited by David G. Grubbs, Christopher S.
Kovacs and Ann Crimmins. Cover art by Michael Whelan.
February 2009 · hardbound · 576 pages · 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" · ISBN 1-886778-71-X [978-1-886778-71-9]
The second in a six-volume series, Volume 2: Power & Light covers the mid 1960s,
Zelazny's most prolific period, where he continued to incorporate mainstream literary
qualities and added a wealth of mythological elements into powerful stories such
as "The Furies," "For a Breath I Tarry," "This Moment of the Storm," "Comes Now the Power," "Auto-Da-Fé," and the Hugo-winning novel ...And Call Me Conrad. The stories in this series are enriched by editors' notes and Zelazny's own words, taken from his many essays, describing why he wrote the stories and what he thought
about them in retrospect. Edited by David G. Grubbs, Christopher S. Kovacs and
Ann Crimmins. Cover art by Michael Whelan.
February 2009 · hardbound · 576 pages · 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" · ISBN 1-886778-77-9 [978-1-886778-77-1]
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