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100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories
100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories
Author: Isaac Asimov (Editor), Martin H Greenberg (Editor), Joseph Olander (Editor)
An anthology of 100 short short stories edited by Isaac Asimov, Martin H Greenberg and Joseph Olander — Contents: — * A Loint of Paw by Isaac Asimov; — * The Advent on Channel Twelve by C.M. Kornbluth; — * Plaything by Larry Niven; — * The Misfortune Cookie by Charles E. Fritch; — * I Wish I May, I Wish I Might by Bill Pronzini; — * FTA by George R. R....  more »
ISBN-13: 9780380507733
ISBN-10: 0380507730
Publication Date: 10/1985
Pages: 624
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Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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* A Loint of Paw by Isaac Asimov
* The Advent on Channel Twelve by C.M. Kornbluth
* Plaything by Larry Niven
* The Misfortune Cookie by Charles E. Fritch
* I Wish I May, I Wish I Might by Bill Pronzini
* FTA by George R. R. Martin
* Trace by Jerome Bixby
* The Ingenious Patriot by Ambrose Bierce
* Zoo by Edward D. Hoch
* The Destiny of Milton Gomrath by Alexei Panshin
* The Devil and the Trombone by Martin Gardner
* Upstart by Steven Utley
* How It All Went by Gregory Benford
* Harry Protagonist, Brain-Drainer by Richard Wilson
* Peeping Tommy by Robert F. Young
* Starting from Scratch by Robert Sheckley
* Corrida by Roger Zelazny
* Shall the Dust Praise Thee? by Damon Knight
* Bug-Getter by Reginald Bretnor
* The Deadly Mission of Phineas Snodgrass by Frederik Pohl
* Fire Sale by Laurence M. Janifer
* Safe at Any Speed by Larry Niven
* The Masks by James Blish
* Innocence by Joanna Russ
* Kin by Richard Wilson
* The Long Night (âThe Exploits of Argoâ) by Ray Russell
* Sanity Clause by Edward Wellen
* If at First You Don't Succeed, To Hell with It! by Charles E. Fritch
* The Question by Laurence M. Janifer and Donald E. Westlake
* The Perfect Woman by Robert Sheckley
* The System by Ben Bova
* Exile to Hell by Isaac Asimov
* Inaugural by Barry N. Malzberg & Bill Pronzini
* Martha by Fred Saberhagen
* Kindergarten by Fritz Leiber
* Landscape with Sphinxes by Karen Anderson
* The Happiest Day of Your Life by Bob Shaw
* The Worlds of Monty Willson by William F. Nolan
* Punch by Frederik Pohl
* Doctor by Henry Slesar
* The Man from When by Dannie Plachta
* Crying Willow by Edward Rager
* January, 1975 by Barry N. Malzberg
* Mail Supremacy by Hayford Peirce
* Mistake by Larry Niven
* Half-Baked Publisher's Delight (1974) by Jeffrey S. Hudson & Isaac Asimov
* Far from Home (1958) by Walter S. Tevis
* Swords of Ifthan (1973) by James E. Sutherland
* Argent Blood (1967) by Joe L. Hensley
* Collector's Fever (1964) by Roger Zelazny
* Sign at the End of the Universe (1974) by Duane Ackerson
* Stubborn (1972) by Stephen Goldin
* The Re-Creation (1972) by Robert E. Toomey, Jr.
* The Better Man (1966) by Ray Russell
* Oom (1951) by Martin Gardner
* Merchant (1960) by Henry Slesar
* Don't Fence Me In (1956) by Richard Wilson
* The Die-Hard (1958) by Alfred Bester
* The First (1952) by Anthony Boucher
* Eripmav (1958) by Damon Knight
* Feeding Time (1953) by Robert Sheckley
* The Voice from the Curious Cube (1937) by Nelson S. Bond
* I'm Going to Get You (1974) by F.M. Busby
* The Room (1961) by Ray Russell
* Dry Spell (1970) by Bill Pronzini
* Bohassian Learns (1971) by William Rotsler
* Star Bride (1951) by Anthony Boucher
* Latest Feature (1972) by Maggie Nadler
* Chief (1960) by Henry Slesar
* After You've Stood on the Log at the Center of the Universe, What Is There Left to Do? (1974) by Grant Carrington
* Maid to Measure (1964) by Damon Knight
* Eyes Do More Than See (1965) by Isaac Asimov
* Thang (1948) by Martin Gardner
* How Now Purple Cow (1969) by Bill Pronzini
* Revival Meeting (1969) by Dannie Plachta
* Prototaph (1966) by Keith Laumer
* The Rocket of 1955 (1939) by C.M. Kornbluth, writing as Cecil Corwin
* Science Fiction for Telepaths (1977) by E. Michael Blake
* Kindergarten (1970) by James E. Gunn
* A Little Knowledge (1975) by Paul Dellinger
* A Cup of Hemlock (1978) by Lee Killough
* Present Perfect (1974) by Thomas F. Monteleone
* A Lot to Learn by Robert T. Kurosaka
* The Amphibious Cavalry Gap (1974) by J.J. Trembly, as told to James E. Thompson
* Not Counting Bridges (1963) by Robert L. Fish
* The Man Inside (1969) by Bruce McAllister
* The Mars Stone (1974) by Paul Bond
* Source Material (1974) by Mildred Downey Broxon
* The Compleat Consumators (1964) by Alan E. Nourse
* Examination Day (1958) by Henry Slesar
* The Man Who Could Turn Back the Clock (1950) by Ralph Milne Farley
* Patent Rights (1974) by Daniel A. Darlington
* The Sky's an Oyster; the Stars Are Pearls (1975) by David F. Bischoff
* Alien Cornucopia (1959) by Walt Liebscher
* The Last Paradox (1958) by Edward D. Hoch
* Course of Empire (1956) by Richard Wilson
* Synchronicity by James E. Thompson
* Sweet Dreams, Melissa (1968) by Stephen Goldin
* The Man on Top (1951) by Reginald Bretnor
* Rejection Slip (1978) by K.W. MacAnn
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