An alternate history that posits a Southern victory in the American Civil War, leading to a reconstructed North living in the shadow of a Southern empire.
In the aftermath of nuclear war, a man named Jimmon sees all his built-up middle-class resentment explode in civilization’s twilight. Yet Jimmon reaps what he sows…
By the time he was named the third Science Fiction Grand Master in 1977, Clifford D. Simak had already been …
Tens of thousands of years into the far flung future, the Earth has become a veritable hothouse, home to new forms of plant life that threaten humanity with extinction.
A collection of 16 stories by Mildred Clingerman, from the pages of F&SF—a combination of fantasy, horror, and science fiction, often in a domestic setting.
Michael Bishop’s “The White Otters of Childhood,” stories by Robert F. Young, Michael Coney, Gregg Williams, Barbara Stearns, articles by Joanna Russ and Isaac Asimov.
Poul Anderson’s “Superstition,” Anthony Boucher lists the best SF of 1955; plus Ray Bradbury, Chad Oliver, J.B. Priestly, Evelyn Smith, John Vandercook, and Saki.
Ten stories of horror, fantasy, and science-fiction that come bundled in the one Tor/Orb version of I Am Legend. Mostly old magazine reprints; mostly hit or miss.
Poul Anderson’s “No Truce With Kings,” Jack Vance’s “Green Magic,” stories by Richard Matheson, Vance Aandahl, Sinichi Hoshi, Jaunita Coulson and Marion Zimmer Bradley.
Zenna Henderson’s “Wilderness,” along with works by Arthur C. Clarke, Poul Anderson, John Dickson Carr, Mildred Clingerman, Gordon R. Dickson, and Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.
Alfred Bester’s “Fondly Fahrenheit;” Zenna Henderson’s “Gilead;” Charles Beaumont’s “Quadriopoticon;” Manly Wade Wellman’s “Little Black Train;” stories by Richard Brookbank, Kay Rogers, and Doris P. Buck.