Three In Space: Classic Novels of Space Travel
Three In Space Classic Novels of Space Travel Author:A. E. Van Vogt, Barry M. Malzberg, Poul Anderson Now in one volume...three all-time classic space stories, harkening to a golden age of science fiction that didn't just involve high-energy disintegrations and shrieking hordes of celestial horrors, but toyed with modern anthropology and the role of humanity in the cosmos in truly realistic ways. A book in the White Wolf Rediscovery Tr... more »io Publication Series.
Foreword (Three in Space) (1998) • essay by Arthur C. Clarke
Introduction (Three in Space) (1998) • essay by George Zebrowski
The Voyage of the Space Beagle [Space Beagle] (1950) / novel by A. E. van Vogt: An all-time classic space saga, one of the pinnacles of Golden Age SF, an influence on generations of stories. An episodic novel filled with surprises and provocative ideas, this is the story of a great exploration ship sent out into the unknown reaches of space on a long mission of discovery.
Introduction (Three in Space) (1998) • essay by Jack Dann
Galaxies (1975) / novel by Barry N. Malzberg: tells a story of technology and cyborgs, of bureaucracy and tachyons, of love and hate and sadness
Afterword (Three in Space) (1998) essay by Marta Randall
Epilogue Again (1998) • essay by Barry N. Malzberg
I ntroduction (Three in Space) (1998) • essay by Pamela Sargent
The Enemy Stars [David Ryerson] (1958) / novel by Poul Anderson: a serious, occasionally grave, but ultimately enriching philosophical story about what it really means to be human.
About the Authors (Three in Space) (1998) • essay by uncredited