This anthology contains seven stories Time Deer 74 Craig Strete storyCatch That Zeppelin 75 Fritz Leiber storySan Diego Lightfoot Sue 75 Tom Reamy noveletteEnd Game Mandella 75 Joe Haldeman noveletteChild of All Ages 75 P.J Plauger storyHome is the Hangman Nemo 75 Roger Zelazny novellaShatterday 75 Harlan Ellison storyNebula Awards 1975 76 Win, Place Show This anthology contains seven stories Time Deer 74 Craig Strete storyCatch That Zeppelin 75 Fritz Leiber storySan Diego Lightfoot Sue 75 Tom Reamy noveletteEnd Game Mandella 75 Joe Haldeman noveletteChild of All Ages 75 P.J Plauger storyHome is the Hangman Nemo 75 Roger Zelazny novellaShatterday 75 Harlan Ellison storyNebula Awards 1975 76 Win, Place Show uncredited essayPotential Actuality in Science Fiction 76 Vonda N McIntyre essay1975 The Year in Science Fiction Let s Hear It for the Decline Fall of the Science Fiction Empire 76 Peter Nicholls essayIntroduction 76 Ursula K Le Guin essay
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Nebula Award Stories Eleven This anthology contains seven stories Time Deer Craig Strete storyCatch That Zeppelin Fritz Leiber storySan Diego Lightfoot Sue Tom Reamy noveletteEnd Game Mandella Joe Haldeman noveletteC
You would expect a "best of the year" anthology to have some very good fiction and this book does. The Nebula Award anthologies don't say "best of the year," but they don't need to. Nebula Awards are chosen by the Science Fiction Writers of America. They represent the writers' choices in four categories: novel, novella, novelette, and short story. The anthologies usually reprint the winners in each category except "best novel," as well as some of the other nominated stories. The editor for Nebul [...]
I only read some of the stories. "Catch that zeppelin!" - didn't really like the, obviously intentional but still pretentious style; "End Game" was nice, especially if you're familiar with Forever War series (which by the way won the Nebula award for best novel the same year - 1975); I was pleasantly surprised by Zelazny's "Home is the hangman" (1975 Nebula Award for Best Novella) and by Plauger's "Child of all ages" (and his quality sense of humor); The biggest disappointment was the novelette [...]
LeGuin - herself a multi-award winning author - collects some real gems here from her peers. Of particular note are "Home is the Hangman" by Roger Zelazny, "Shatterday" by Harlan Ellison, and the only short story to ever make me misty-eyed, the poignant, wistful "San Diego Lightfoot Sue" by Tom Reamy.
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