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An anthology of exceptional Science Fiction short stories. Volume 1
[Adult - science fiction anthology] A CoolBeat original anthology.
Edited by: David Dean
A robot can make a great life partner;
Who has the ideal criminal face?;
Spooky things happen on a wombcop's graveyard shift;
Intelligent killer bees;
A glimpse of the twilight of mankind.
Lester del Rey -
Lester del Rey (born June 2, 1915, died May 10, 1993) was both a writer of Juvenile Science Fiction, and editor of Del Rey Books. He was closely associated with the magazine Astounding Science-Fiction (edited by John Campbell). Lester has been awarded the Skylark Award (1972), the Balrog Special Award (1985), and the Grand Master Award (1990).
Craig Strete -
Craig Kee Strete (born 1950) is a Cherokee Indian. Beginning in the early 1970's, while working in the Film and Television industry, he began writing emotional Native American themed, and science fiction short stories and novellas. Three of his science fiction stories, Time Deer, The Bleeding Man, and A Sunday Visit with Great-grandfather, were Nebula Award nominees. His play Paint Your Face On A Drowning In The River (originally produced May 16, 1984 by East/West Players in Los Angeles, CA) was the 1984 Dramatists Guild/CBS New Plays Program first place winner.
W. K. Sonnemann -
William K. Sonnemann was a writer of short Science Fiction in the late 1930's. His stories include The Master Minds of Venus, The Council of Drones, and Greta, Queen of Queens.
John W. Campbell -
John Wood Campbell, Jr (born June 8, 1910, died July 11, 1971) often wrote under the pen name of Don A. Stuart. His two most famous stories were Twilight and Who Goes There? (which was twice made into Hollywood movies, The Thing from Another World and The Thing). John sold his first story, When the Atoms Failed, in 1930, and by 1938 was editor of the highly influential Science Fiction magazine Astounding Science-Fiction (of which he remained editor for 34 years). During his reign as editor, John ushered in the "Golden Age" of Science fiction, by starting the careers of many famous Science Fiction writers, and by forever changing the way Science Fiction is written, by demanding that Science Fiction writers understand science and understand people.
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Audience = Adult 16+
Fiction Subject = Science Fiction Anthology
BIC = FLC (Classic science fiction)
DDC = 813 (Literature / American literature in English / Fiction)
BISAC = FIC028040 (FICTION / Science Fiction / Short Stories)
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