The 1989 Annual World's Best SF

The Annual World s Best SF Contents Introduction Isaac Asimov The Giving Plague David Brin Peaches for Mad Molly Steven Gould Shaman John Shirley Schr dinger s Kitten George Alec Effinger The Flies of Memory Ian Watson Skin Dee

  • Title: The 1989 Annual World's Best SF
  • Author: Donald A. Wollheim Arthur W. Saha Isaac Asimov Frederik Pohl Brenda W. Clough Jack L. Chalker Geoffrey A. Landis David Brin
  • ISBN: 9780886773533
  • Page: 172
  • Format: None
  • Contents Introduction Isaac Asimov The Giving Plague David Brin Peaches for Mad Molly Steven Gould Shaman John Shirley Schr dinger s Kitten George Alec Effinger The Flies of Memory Ian Watson Skin Deep Kristine Kathryn Rusch A Madonna of the Machine Tanith Lee Waiting for the Olympians Frederik Pohl Ain t Nothin ButContents Introduction Isaac Asimov The Giving Plague David Brin Peaches for Mad Molly Steven Gould Shaman John Shirley Schr dinger s Kitten George Alec Effinger The Flies of Memory Ian Watson Skin Deep Kristine Kathryn Rusch A Madonna of the Machine Tanith Lee Waiting for the Olympians Frederik Pohl Ain t Nothin But a Hound Dog B W Clough Adrift Among the Ghosts Jack L Chalker Ripples in the Dirac Sea Geoffrey A Landis

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    1. One of my favorite science fiction collections I've ever read. Reading it feels like stepping back in time to when all the best scifi authors were making their best guesses about the future, and some of them weren't far off. My favorite stories are the brilliant "Schrodinger's Kitten" and the trippy "Shaman" by George Alec Effinger and John Shirley respectively.

    2. Ever read a book and were sad when you finished it because there was no more of the book to read? This is how this anthology affected me -- even though I had already read two of the stories from other anthologies, like "Peaches for Mad Molly". Isaac Asimov wrote the introduction this time around in his usual way, baffled by why anyone would want him to write an introduction when there are so many other "better" writers around. 1988 was a vintage year for science fiction fans. Enjoy.

    3. david brin il flagello dell'altruismo steven gould un regalo di compleanno john shirley sciamano george alec effinger il gattino di schrodinger ian watson mosche kristine katherine rusch a fior di pelle tanith lee la madonna della macchina Frederik Pohl aspettando gli olimpici Brenda W. Clough nient'altro che un segugio Jack Laurence Chalker alla deriva tra i fantasmi Geoffrey Alan Landis increspature nel mare di dirac

    4. I found this book on my daughter's book shelf and decided good science fiction should not date itself, so I delved in. To me this is a decidedly uneven collection, and the second half definitely stood out more than the first. Among the highlights - the last story in the collection is "Ripples in the Dirac Sea" by Geoffrey A. Landis. This was the best story in the collection. Ordinarily, I despise time travel as a plot device. It seems cheap and usually does not stand up to close examination. Lan [...]

    5. Excellent collection of SF short stories, many of them deserving of expansion into novels. Though over 20 years old, most of these are still quite relevant in 2015. My favorites were (in order): A Madonna of the Machine, Peaches for Mad Molly, Adrift Among the Ghosts, Waiting for the Olympians, and Skin Deep. Ripples in the Dirac Sea might have been a favorite if I could understand the theoretical physics involved! The rest were OK.

    6. Not a great anthology, but the storiy "Ripples on the Dirac Sea" is a brilliantly sad tale of time travel gone wrong.

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