Series: World's Best SF. Mass Market Paperback.
Series: World's Best SF. Publisher: DAW (May 5, 1981). Donald Wollheim 10 : Variation On a Theme from Beethoven - Sharon Webb Donald Wollheim 10 : Beatnik Bayou - John Varley Donald Wollheim 10 : Elbow Room - Marion Zimmer Bradley Donald Wollheim 10 : The Ugly Chickens - Howard Waldrop Donald Wollheim 10 : Prime Time - Norman Spinrad Donald Wollheim 10 : Nightflyers - George R. R. Martin Donald Wollheim 10 : A Spaceship Built of Stone - Lisa Tuttle Donald Wollheim 10 : Window
Annual World's Best Science Fiction 1981 .
Annual World's Best Science Fiction 1981. 0879976179 (ISBN13: 9780879976170). Wollheim's Annual Best SF series had a distinctive cover which I'd go for any time I'd see it for sale, used. The stories were generally pretty good. After a while, however, I got suspicious. Wollheim was also a member of the New York Science Fiction League, one of the clubs established by Hugo Gernsback to promote science fiction. When Wollheim published a complaint of non-payment for stories against Gernsback, Gernsback dissolved the New York chapter of the club.
Genre: Science Fiction. May 1981 : USA Mass Market Paperback.
Some volumes were also issued in hardcover through the Science Fiction Book Club or (in the United Kingdom) by Gollancz
by Donald A. Wollheim. Published May 5, 1981 by DAW. There's no description for this book yet.
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Overdrawn at the Memory Bank is one of the half dozen or so ‘Eight Worlds’ stories that propelled John Varley to super-stardom in the mid-1970s, tales that were notable for the fully realised and strikingly different future they portrayed.
This book is in excellent condition. The pages are clean and the binding is in great shape. The cover has some light wear. Contents: "Introduction" (Donald A. Wollheim) "Blind Spot" (Jayge Carr) "Highliner" (C. J. Cherryh) "The Pusher" (John Varley) "Polyphemus" (Michael Shea) "Absent Thee from Felicity Awhile.
World's Best Science Fiction: 1970. The 1988 Annual World's Best SF. Orson Scott Card, Pat Cadigan, Robert Silverberg, Walter Jon Williams, James Tiptree J. Tanith Lee, Lucius Shepard, Pat Murphy, Kate Wilhelm, Don Sakers. The 1990 Annual World's Best Science Fiction. com User, May 19, 2008. Less than your standard reprint anthology quality to be found here, at only . 0. Not much of note other than the Waldrop and Martin.