World's Best Science Fiction - 1971 Author:Donald A. Wollheim (Editor), Terry Carr (Editor) 1971 Annual Anthology — Theodore Sturgeon - A thing can be just what you want it to be - if you just give it a chance. — Larry Niven - Go back in time and get me a Roc-but what if there never were such a thing and you dared not return empty handed. — Bob Shaw - Can the dead really walk again or had science at last solved the greatest mystery of the... more »m all?
Ron Goulart - With the galaxy well-colonize, a free-lance writer should have plenty to write about!
Robert Silverberg- How far can a human go with the only other intelligent species on Earth?
DEAR AUNT ANNIE - Gordon Eklund's tale of a computer that ruled the country through a newspaper advice-column.
WATERCLAP - Isaac Asimov's story of rivalry between the explorers of the Moon and those exploring the depths of Earth's oceans.
THE THING IN THE STONE - Clifford Simak's tale of a man who could hear the stars talk.