SF: Author's Choice 4

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SF: Author's Choice 4 ➮ [Read] ➪ SF: Author's Choice 4 By Harry Harrison ➺ – Polishdarling.co.uk SF Authors Choice Series by Harry Harrison SF Authors Choice Seriesprimary workstotal works Anthology series where established science fiction authors choose a story for inclusion and add an essay on SF Authors Choice Series by Harry Harrison SF Authors Choice Seriesprimary workstotal works Anthology series where established science fiction authors choose a story for inclusion and add an essay on how the story was written SF authors choice SF: Author's eBook ´ Book,WorldCat SF authors choice Harry Harrison Home WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help Search Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library Create lists, bibliographies and reviews or Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you Advanced Search Find aSF authors choice Journal, magazine,SF authors choice Home WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help Search Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library Create lists, bibliographies and reviews or Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you Advanced Search Find a LibrarySF AUTHOR S CHOICETheir Own Favorite Title SF AUTHOR S CHOICETheir Own Favorite Stories, Chosen and Introduced by the authors Author Name Harrison, Harry editor Brian W Aldiss John Brunner Arthur C Clarke Gordon R Dickson Thomas M Disch Carol Emshwiller James Gunn George Clayton Johnson Frank M Robinson Robert Sheckley Clifford D Simak James Tiptree, Jr Jack Vance SF Authors Choiceby Harry Harrison LibraryThing These Sci Fi shorts have all been selected by their authors Some authors made better choices from their work than others Of course Arthur C Clarke picked a gem, if not a tiny one The Forgotten Enemy, onlypages long Brian W Aldiss Old Hundredth tells us of the unimaginable, unhuman future of Earth s inhabitants John Brunner s Fair takes an intelligent beatnik s take on a futuristic Vanity Fair GordonSf Author Choiceby Harry SF Author s Choiceby Harrison, Harry editor Berkley Medallion,First Berkley printing Augustin Very Good Plus condition Mass Market Paperback Very Good PlusPublication SF Authors ChoicePublication SF Authors ChoicePublication RecordEditor Harry Harrison DateCatalog ID S Publisher Berkley Medallion PricePagesFormat pb Paperback Typicallyby cm bycm or smaller, though trimming errors can cause them to sometimes be slightly less than extra inch taller or wider deeper Type ANTHOLOGY Notes AssumedThe stars of modern SF pick the best science fiction Title SF Authors ChoiceTitle SF Authors ChoiceTitle RecordAuthor Paul Lehr DateType COVERART Language English User Rating This title has no votes VOTE Current Tags None Add Tags Other Titles Variant Titles Translations Year TitleSF Author s ChoiceYear Language TitleGerman Utopia French L empire du peupleDutch Vraatzuchtige Muil PublicationsAuthors Harrison, Harry SFE Science Fiction SF Authors ChoiceNew York G P Putnam s Sons,anth Authors Choice hb Paul Lehr Best SF Best SFNew York Putnam,with Brian W Aldiss anth Best SF hb Paul Lehr The Year s Best Science Fiction NoLondon Sphere,with Brian W Aldiss anth cut vt of the above Best SF pb David Davies The Year s Best Science Fiction NoLondon Sphere,with.

    SF: Author's Choice 4 Epub ¸ SF: Author's eBook Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you Advanced Search Find a LibrarySF AUTHOR S CHOICETheir Own Favorite Title SF AUTHOR S CHOICETheir Own Favorite Stories, Chosen and Introduced by the authors Author Name Harrison, Harry editor Brian W Aldiss John Brunner Arthur C Clarke Gordon R Dickson Thomas M Disch Carol Emshwiller James Gunn George Clayton Johnson Frank M Robinson Robert Sheckley Clifford D Simak James Tiptree, Jr Jack Vance SF Authors Choiceby Harry Harrison LibraryThing These Sci Fi shorts have all been selected by their authors Some authors made better choices from their work than others Of course Arthur C Clarke picked a gem, if not a tiny one The Forgotten Enemy, onlypages long Brian W Aldiss Old Hundredth tells us of the unimaginable, unhuman future of Earth s inhabitants John Brunner s Fair takes an intelligent beatnik s take on a futuristic Vanity Fair GordonSf Author Choiceby Harry SF Author s Choiceby Harrison, Harry editor Berkley Medallion,First Berkley printing Augustin Very Good Plus condition Mass Market Paperback Very Good PlusPublication SF Authors ChoicePublication SF Authors ChoicePublication RecordEditor Harry Harrison DateCatalog ID S Publisher Berkley Medallion PricePagesFormat pb Paperback Typicallyby cm bycm or smaller, though trimming errors can cause them to sometimes be slightly less than extra inch taller or wider deeper Type ANTHOLOGY Notes AssumedThe stars of modern SF pick the best science fiction Title SF Authors ChoiceTitle SF Authors ChoiceTitle RecordAuthor Paul Lehr DateType COVERART Language English User Rating This title has no votes VOTE Current Tags None Add Tags Other Titles Variant Titles Translations Year TitleSF Author s ChoiceYear Language TitleGerman Utopia French L empire du peupleDutch Vraatzuchtige Muil PublicationsAuthors Harrison, Harry SFE Science Fiction SF Authors ChoiceNew York G P Putnam s Sons,anth Authors Choice hb Paul Lehr Best SF Best SFNew York Putnam,with Brian W Aldiss anth Best SF hb Paul Lehr The Year s Best Science Fiction NoLondon Sphere,with Brian W Aldiss anth cut vt of the above Best SF pb David Davies The Year s Best Science Fiction NoLondon Sphere,with."/>
  • Paperback
  • 271 pages
  • SF: Author's Choice 4
  • Harry Harrison
  • English
  • 02 May 2017
  • 0425026221

About the Author: Harry Harrison

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name Harry Harrison born Henry Maxwell Dempsey was an American science fiction author best known for his character the The Stainless Steel Rat and the novel SF: Author's eBook ´ Make Room Make Room , the basis for the film Soylent Green He was also with Brian W Aldiss co president of the Birmingham Science Fiction Group Excerpted from Wikipedia.



10 thoughts on “SF: Author's Choice 4

  1. Roberts Roberts says:

    These are some old stories, circa early 1970 s some written much earlier I probably picked this up at the library for 25 cents a few years ago I d read one or two stories before Old Hundreth, which wasn t bad , but re read them all recently on vacation What else is there to do on a beach I liked Warrior, The Fire and The Sword, The Man Who Loved the Faoili There were a few other decent stories, and a couple dogs I probably wouldn t recommend this unless you re into classic sci fi, have These are some old stories, circa early 1970 s some written much earlier I probably picked this up at the library for 25 cents a few years ago I d read one or two stories before Old Hundreth, which wasn t bad , but re read them all recently on vacation What else is there to do on a beach I liked Warrior, The Fire and The Sword, The Man Who Loved the Faoili There were a few other decent stories, and a couple dogs I probably wouldn t recommend this unless you re into classic sci fi, have read everything else under the sun, or get hold of this for 25c also

  2. Tim Tim says:

    Yet another of my S F books from the 70 s, this one from the Science Fiction Book Club This was a compliation of short stories that the authros themselves chose for inclusion, along with a little piece on how the story came to be written I read short stories to sort of clear my palate between novels and other works This one, like all such collections, is a bit uneven but quite enjoyable all the authors have had some fame in thw wider S F community, such as Arthur C Clarke 2001 A Space Yet another of my S F books from the 70 s, this one from the Science Fiction Book Club This was a compliation of short stories that the authros themselves chose for inclusion, along with a little piece on how the story came to be written I read short stories to sort of clear my palate between novels and other works This one, like all such collections, is a bit uneven but quite enjoyable all the authors have had some fame in thw wider S F community, such as Arthur C Clarke 2001 A Space Oddysy John Bruner who wrote of overcrowding and pollution, in a British manner Clifford D Simak who wrote very engaging and readable stuff and, as a surprise, Frank M Robinson, who was a speechwriter for Harvey Milk sean Penn, best actor, Milk , and has a bit part in the movie Glad to share this with you

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10 thoughts on “SF: Author's Choice 4

  1. Roberts Roberts says:

    These are some old stories, circa early 1970 s some written much earlier I probably picked this up at the library for 25 cents a few years ago I d read one or two stories before Old Hundreth, which wasn t bad , but re read them all recently on vacation What else is there to do on a beach I liked Warrior, The Fire and The Sword, The Man Who Loved the Faoili There were a few other decent stories, and a couple dogs I probably wouldn t recommend this unless you re into classic sci fi, have These are some old stories, circa early 1970 s some written much earlier I probably picked this up at the library for 25 cents a few years ago I d read one or two stories before Old Hundreth, which wasn t bad , but re read them all recently on vacation What else is there to do on a beach I liked Warrior, The Fire and The Sword, The Man Who Loved the Faoili There were a few other decent stories, and a couple dogs I probably wouldn t recommend this unless you re into classic sci fi, have read everything else under the sun, or get hold of this for 25c also


  2. Tim Tim says:

    Yet another of my S F books from the 70 s, this one from the Science Fiction Book Club This was a compliation of short stories that the authros themselves chose for inclusion, along with a little piece on how the story came to be written I read short stories to sort of clear my palate between novels and other works This one, like all such collections, is a bit uneven but quite enjoyable all the authors have had some fame in thw wider S F community, such as Arthur C Clarke 2001 A Space Yet another of my S F books from the 70 s, this one from the Science Fiction Book Club This was a compliation of short stories that the authros themselves chose for inclusion, along with a little piece on how the story came to be written I read short stories to sort of clear my palate between novels and other works This one, like all such collections, is a bit uneven but quite enjoyable all the authors have had some fame in thw wider S F community, such as Arthur C Clarke 2001 A Space Oddysy John Bruner who wrote of overcrowding and pollution, in a British manner Clifford D Simak who wrote very engaging and readable stuff and, as a surprise, Frank M Robinson, who was a speechwriter for Harvey Milk sean Penn, best actor, Milk , and has a bit part in the movie Glad to share this with you


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