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An anthology of new, original stories by bestselling science fiction authors, inspired by science fiction great Frederik Pohl It isn’t easy to get a group of bestselling SF authors to write new stories for an anthology, but that’s what Elizabeth Anne Hull has done in this powerhouse book. With original, captivating tales by Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, Ben Bova, David Bri An anthology of new, original stories by bestselling science fiction authors, inspired by science fiction great Frederik Pohl It isn’t easy to get a group of bestselling SF authors to write new stories for an anthology, but that’s what Elizabeth Anne Hull has done in this powerhouse book. With original, captivating tales by Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, Ben Bova, David Brin, Cory Doctorow, Neil Gaiman, Joe Haldeman, Harry Harrison, Larry Niven, Vernor Vinge, Gene Wolfe, and others, Gateways is a SF event that will be a must-buy for SF readers of all tastes, from the traditional to the cutting edge; from the darkly serious to the laugh-out-loud funny. Each author has written a story that he or she feels reflects the effect Pohl has had on the field—in the style of writing, the narrative tone, or the subject matter. It says a lot about Pohl's career that the authors represented here themselves span many decades and styles, from the experimental SF of British SF author Brian W. Aldiss to the over-the-top humor of Harry Harrison and Mike Resnick, from the darkly powerful drama of Hollywood screenwriter Frank Robinson to the satiric pungency of multiple Hugo Award-winner Vernor Vinge. Every story here is uniquely nuanced; all of them as entertaining and thought provoking as Pohl's fiction. In a career dating back to 1939, Pohl has won all the awards science fiction has to offer: Hugos, Nebulas, the SFWA Grand Master Award. Having written more than two million words of fiction and edited the groundbreaking Star anthologies and Hugo Award-winning magazines and books, Pohl is an SF icon. This anthology of brilliant, entertaining SF stories is a testament to his stature in the field.


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An anthology of new, original stories by bestselling science fiction authors, inspired by science fiction great Frederik Pohl It isn’t easy to get a group of bestselling SF authors to write new stories for an anthology, but that’s what Elizabeth Anne Hull has done in this powerhouse book. With original, captivating tales by Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, Ben Bova, David Bri An anthology of new, original stories by bestselling science fiction authors, inspired by science fiction great Frederik Pohl It isn’t easy to get a group of bestselling SF authors to write new stories for an anthology, but that’s what Elizabeth Anne Hull has done in this powerhouse book. With original, captivating tales by Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, Ben Bova, David Brin, Cory Doctorow, Neil Gaiman, Joe Haldeman, Harry Harrison, Larry Niven, Vernor Vinge, Gene Wolfe, and others, Gateways is a SF event that will be a must-buy for SF readers of all tastes, from the traditional to the cutting edge; from the darkly serious to the laugh-out-loud funny. Each author has written a story that he or she feels reflects the effect Pohl has had on the field—in the style of writing, the narrative tone, or the subject matter. It says a lot about Pohl's career that the authors represented here themselves span many decades and styles, from the experimental SF of British SF author Brian W. Aldiss to the over-the-top humor of Harry Harrison and Mike Resnick, from the darkly powerful drama of Hollywood screenwriter Frank Robinson to the satiric pungency of multiple Hugo Award-winner Vernor Vinge. Every story here is uniquely nuanced; all of them as entertaining and thought provoking as Pohl's fiction. In a career dating back to 1939, Pohl has won all the awards science fiction has to offer: Hugos, Nebulas, the SFWA Grand Master Award. Having written more than two million words of fiction and edited the groundbreaking Star anthologies and Hugo Award-winning magazines and books, Pohl is an SF icon. This anthology of brilliant, entertaining SF stories is a testament to his stature in the field.

30 review for Gateways: A Feast of Great New Science Fiction Honoring Grand Master Frederik Pohl

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas Whyte

    https://nwhyte.livejournal.com/3232497.html This is a collection of stories, poems and essays celebrating the 90th birthday of Frederik Pohl, which was in 2009 (though the book was not published until 2010). Only a couple of them are really good, Haldeman's "Sleeping Dogs" which takes a veteran back to the site of conflict with a memorable twist, and Cory Doctorow's "Chicken Little" which links to both The Space Merchants and Gulliver's Travels. There's also the last Stainless Steel Rat story by https://nwhyte.livejournal.com/3232497.html This is a collection of stories, poems and essays celebrating the 90th birthday of Frederik Pohl, which was in 2009 (though the book was not published until 2010). Only a couple of them are really good, Haldeman's "Sleeping Dogs" which takes a veteran back to the site of conflict with a memorable twist, and Cory Doctorow's "Chicken Little" which links to both The Space Merchants and Gulliver's Travels. There's also the last Stainless Steel Rat story by Harry Harrison, and late stories by Brian Aldiss and Sherri S Tepper. It's not quite as mind-blowing a collection as I would have liked, given Pohl's significance and the rank of the authors involved, but it's still pretty good.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Brandie

    This book was a bit of a hodgepodge for me. What I liked: It was absolutely amazing to read the appreciations and afterwards from each author about how they knew Frederik Pohl and the impact he had on their writing careers. Not every author who contributed wrote a story. Of the stories submitted, I enjoyed: David Lunde's poem - A Dream of Frederik Pohl Gregory Benford & Elisabeth Malartre - Shadows of the Lost Mike Resnick - On Safari Cory Doctorow - Chicken Little I wasn't into the old fashioned feel This book was a bit of a hodgepodge for me. What I liked: It was absolutely amazing to read the appreciations and afterwards from each author about how they knew Frederik Pohl and the impact he had on their writing careers. Not every author who contributed wrote a story. Of the stories submitted, I enjoyed: David Lunde's poem - A Dream of Frederik Pohl Gregory Benford & Elisabeth Malartre - Shadows of the Lost Mike Resnick - On Safari Cory Doctorow - Chicken Little I wasn't into the old fashioned feel of the stories. Not sure if that was on purpose because the stories are in honor of Frederik Pohl and his work or the authors not having a modern feel for writing. I'm going to assume it's the first. But it still seems they could have tried more to mesh a more modern style with Pohl's style. But then again, it sounded like they were given very little time to write the stories for this book. I gave this more of a 3.5 stars, but the appreciations afterwards are so amazing it helped justify a 4 star!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    I brought Gateways because I liked Frederik Pohl's work and was interested in the list of authors who had contributed, some I had read others I hadn't. There are some big names in this anthology, but like most anthologies I have read it is uneven, but may be not as uneven as others I have read. The following are my thoughts on the fiction contained in the book: Shoresteading by David Brin (4 stars). I enjoyed this story. It is set in a world where seas levels have risen and what used to be prime I brought Gateways because I liked Frederik Pohl's work and was interested in the list of authors who had contributed, some I had read others I hadn't. There are some big names in this anthology, but like most anthologies I have read it is uneven, but may be not as uneven as others I have read. The following are my thoughts on the fiction contained in the book: Shoresteading by David Brin (4 stars). I enjoyed this story. It is set in a world where seas levels have risen and what used to be prime real estate is now under water. Wer and his wife and son live on one of these houses shoresteading, scavaging the submerged building for anything of value. He is bottom of the food chain hoping to stike it lucky. One day he finds a strange stone which turns out to be a message from beyond the solar system which people will do anything to obtain. I thought it was a nice idea and a well written story, but it could have been so much more. There was more there to be told and the format didn't do it justice. I hope its expanded into a novel. Von Neumann's Bug by Phyllis and Alex Eisenstein (2 starts). In this story a machine that is exploring the universe looking for life discovered the Earth and lands in a garage. Only thing is the machine is mistaken for a fly. The machine reproduces and sends it offspring off to explore. However all this has unforseen side effects that cause the owner of the property various problems. This story was okay, nothing outstanding, but it was readable. Sleeping Dogs by Joe Haldeman (2 stars). This is a story of a vet going back to where he spent the war trying to remember what happened to him. Whilst a nice little story, it just didn't grab me. Gates (Variations) by Larry Niven (2 Stars). This is sort of two related very short stories one following another. I think I read it before somewhere. Not overly impressed, it just seemed like and an idea trying to find a story. Tales From The Spaceship Geoffrey by James Gunn (1 Star). This is part of a novel, Transcendental. It is really 4 poeple telling the story of their races. Similar to the travelers in Hyperion. As a story on its own, there is no plot and really doesn't go anywhere. Shadows Of The Lost by Gregory Benford and Elisabeth Malartre (3 Stars). An interesting branch of Science Fiction. This story is set in the past and is about the death of the Neanderthals and the rise of humans as told by one hunting party. I thought it was a nicely put together short story. Not something I would normally read but worth reading. A Preliminary Assessment of the Drake Equation, Being An Excerpt From The Memiors Of Star Captain Y. -T. Lee By Vernor Vinge (3 Stars). This story is about a scientific mission to an under explorer planet and the search for life. A well thought out piece that for a short story had some nice twists and turns. Warm Sea by Greg Bear (1 Star). Story of one mans suicide and how its viewed by a giant squid. This story did nothing for me. The Errand Boy by Frank M. Robinson (2 Stars). Not really what I could call science fiction so not my cup of tea. Having said that it was okay. King Rat by Gene Wolfe (2 Stars). A post alien invasion story where the Earth has turned into a cannibal planet, where humans will eat anything and any one. Its a bit grim and really cries out for a longer format than a short story. The Stainless Steel Rat and the Pernicious Porcuswine by Harry Harrison (4 Stars). Never read any Stainless Steel Rat before and I really liked this. It fitted the format well and seemed to be a complete story. Going to have to search out more Stainless Steel Rat stories. Virtually, A Cat by Jody Lynn Nye (3 Stars). This is a story about a man who goes on a long space journey and misses his cats. I didn't know there was such a things as cat addiction, but according to the internet there is. WHilst I'm not a cat person I can see that if you have a lot of affection for something/someone leaving them for a long period of time, in this case inter planetary travel is a problem that needs to be oversome. This was a nice little story and a pleasant surprise. The First Born by Brian W. Aldiss (1 Star). I don't know if this is part of a longer piece, but it just didn't stand as a short story. It just seemed a nothing story. Scheherazade And The Storytellers by Ben Bova (3 stars). A nice little story that I really liked. Cleverly put together with an interesting twist at the end. The Flight Of The Denartesestel Radichan by Sheri S. Tepper (1 Star). This gets 1 star because of the last paragraph otherwise it would not have even gotten that. I found the early part of the story hard to follow, the names and abbreviations made it unreadable in places, I nearly gave up on it. This style might work better in a novel, but it didn't work very well in a short story. The [Backspace] Merchants by Neil Gaiman (1 Star). No a fan poetry and this is a poem. I just couldn't get it. On Safari by Mike Resnick (3 Stars). A safari on a differrent planet and a car with a bit of a problem. A nice little story, self contained with a beginning, middle and an end. Chicken Little by Cory Doctorow (2 Stars). It was a story that started well and then for some reason, just didn't do it for me. The story was about a marketing company trying to sell products to extremely rich people who are near death and live in vats surported by a small town. Its a case of trying to figure out what to sell to the man who has everything.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Stories written in the style of Frederik Pohl. Includes comments by the various authors about their personal involvement with a man who was at the beginning of the science fiction genre. About half of the stories are outstanding!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gareth

    Maybe all the good stories are at the end of this collection, I wouldn't know because the first half of the book wasn't great and I gave up. Maybe all the good stories are at the end of this collection, I wouldn't know because the first half of the book wasn't great and I gave up.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brian Gaston

    Some really good short stories in this collection.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Raj

    I heard about this anthology, which was conceived as a present from his wife for his 90th birthday, on Fred Pohl's (rather excellent) blog, The Way The Future Blogs. I was taken with the number of quality authors involved in the project and was delighted to receive it as a present. I haven't been disappointed with the book at all either. The stories are all new, written specially for this anthology and they are interspersed with a number of appreciations of Pohl from yet more big names in the ge I heard about this anthology, which was conceived as a present from his wife for his 90th birthday, on Fred Pohl's (rather excellent) blog, The Way The Future Blogs. I was taken with the number of quality authors involved in the project and was delighted to receive it as a present. I haven't been disappointed with the book at all either. The stories are all new, written specially for this anthology and they are interspersed with a number of appreciations of Pohl from yet more big names in the genre. Trying to pick out favourites in this collection is difficult, as the stories are mostly all very strong. Cory Doctorow's Chicken Little and Jody Lynn Nye's Virtually, A Cat stand out though, with the former being an interesting longer story about power and its use and abuse while the latter is a fun little story about how a software engineer copes without his precious pet cats for two years in space. There were only a couple of mis-hits for me. While I was initially delighted that Harry Harrison's contribution was a new Stainless Steel Rat story, I found the story itself uninspiring, with forced humour that just didn't work for me. And Brian Aldiss' story about miscarriage and (implied) incest on Mars left me cold as well. But beyond that the stories were of uniformly high quality and the appreciations of Pohl were heartwarming, and I'll definitely be looking out for more of his fiction.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Keanan Brand

    My favorite entry in the book? The Neil Gaiman poem, "The [Backspace] Merchants". The various essays discussing the authors' acquaintance with Mr. Pohl were also interesting reading, often more interesting than the stories they came between. Maybe I enjoyed them because I love history and learning how people connect through time, coincidence, profession, or love of the same things -- in this case, science fiction in particular and great stories in general. There's an impressive list of contributor My favorite entry in the book? The Neil Gaiman poem, "The [Backspace] Merchants". The various essays discussing the authors' acquaintance with Mr. Pohl were also interesting reading, often more interesting than the stories they came between. Maybe I enjoyed them because I love history and learning how people connect through time, coincidence, profession, or love of the same things -- in this case, science fiction in particular and great stories in general. There's an impressive list of contributors to this anthology, and I hoped for hours of great reading. Hope was dashed, and I was soon bored, but I pressed onward, because the volume was a gift from a friend. There are interesting concepts, some nice sentences and paragraphs, yet only one story stands out in my memory, but for the wrong reasons. Considering the company they keep inside the books covers, perhaps some of the stories can be forgiven their ponderousness or tang of self-importance. I do think it's an awesome gift Mr. Pohl's wife gave him: She edited an anthology filled with contributions from authors who were friends with and/or owed their careers and successes to him, and expressed their gratitude and appreciation stories and outright thanks.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Philip Athans

    This is the book I bought for National Buy a Book Day, which is today, Sept. 7! I will begin reading it today. http://fantasyhandbook.wordpress.com/... 10/19/2010: Brilliant! Though I admit the shared-worlder in me expected an anthology of stories set in Pohl's "Gateway Universe" what I got instead was an exceptional collection of original SF stories from some of the best in the business, and great insider stuff about the venerable Mr. Pohl. I had the good fortune of meeting Frederick Pohl at a scho This is the book I bought for National Buy a Book Day, which is today, Sept. 7! I will begin reading it today. http://fantasyhandbook.wordpress.com/... 10/19/2010: Brilliant! Though I admit the shared-worlder in me expected an anthology of stories set in Pohl's "Gateway Universe" what I got instead was an exceptional collection of original SF stories from some of the best in the business, and great insider stuff about the venerable Mr. Pohl. I had the good fortune of meeting Frederick Pohl at a school event years ago in suburban Chicago. He signed my SFBC copy of Gateway--still one of my most prized possessions--and was just a friendly, funny guy. And he remains one of the GIANTS of the genre. READ THIS BOOK!

  10. 5 out of 5

    J. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    3.5 stars. Oliver Wyman narrates this collection of sci-fi short stories. As usual he does an excellent job. I was expecting a book full of short stories from the Gateway universe, but the title 'Gateways' is simply a throwback title as these stories have been dedicated to Frederik Pohl. I have enjoyed almost all the short stories with the exception of a couple. Until listening to this collection I didn't realize that so many sci-fi writers were pro-communist libtards, but I've made the point bef 3.5 stars. Oliver Wyman narrates this collection of sci-fi short stories. As usual he does an excellent job. I was expecting a book full of short stories from the Gateway universe, but the title 'Gateways' is simply a throwback title as these stories have been dedicated to Frederik Pohl. I have enjoyed almost all the short stories with the exception of a couple. Until listening to this collection I didn't realize that so many sci-fi writers were pro-communist libtards, but I've made the point before that it must be easy to write sci-fi and fantasy when you already live in a world of make-believe.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Esther

    I've never read Frederik Pohl but I have read this volume of stories honouring him. This seems a bit strange but it has certainly whetted my appetite to read his work (as well as Dhalgren, one of his editing feats). I do enjoy reading writers honouring other writers. Not sure why. Maybe it's a bit voyeuristic. Anyways, as for the volume itself, stories that I particularly liked included: "Shoresteading" by David Brin "Sleeping Dogs" by Joe Haldeman "Tales from the Spaceship Geoffrey" by James Gunn "V I've never read Frederik Pohl but I have read this volume of stories honouring him. This seems a bit strange but it has certainly whetted my appetite to read his work (as well as Dhalgren, one of his editing feats). I do enjoy reading writers honouring other writers. Not sure why. Maybe it's a bit voyeuristic. Anyways, as for the volume itself, stories that I particularly liked included: "Shoresteading" by David Brin "Sleeping Dogs" by Joe Haldeman "Tales from the Spaceship Geoffrey" by James Gunn "Virtually, A Cat" by Jody Lynn Nye (definitely my favourite of the whole volume) "Chicken Little" by Cory Doctorow

  12. 5 out of 5

    sil

    Meh. No less mediocre than the majority of SF anthologies. I have never been particularly worshipful of Frederik Pohl - in fact, I don't believe I've ever read one of his novels, just come across his shorter fiction over the years. Due to this, I'm sure I failed to grasp the stylistic tributes being paid to him in this collection. I certainly found the random homages and remembrances that were interspersed between stories to be totally unnecessary. Perhaps that's just me. Meh. No less mediocre than the majority of SF anthologies. I have never been particularly worshipful of Frederik Pohl - in fact, I don't believe I've ever read one of his novels, just come across his shorter fiction over the years. Due to this, I'm sure I failed to grasp the stylistic tributes being paid to him in this collection. I certainly found the random homages and remembrances that were interspersed between stories to be totally unnecessary. Perhaps that's just me.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kam Yung Soh

    An anthology of stories and articles by many authors who have been influenced by Frederik Pohl, who is now an Hugo award winning Fan writer in his nineties. Not all the stories are fantastic but enough of them are to make this a readable book. Also of interest are the reminisces of the authors and other people who were unable to contribute stories. What you may do after reading this book is to look through Pohl's list of books and stories and start reading them to discover the varied works of thi An anthology of stories and articles by many authors who have been influenced by Frederik Pohl, who is now an Hugo award winning Fan writer in his nineties. Not all the stories are fantastic but enough of them are to make this a readable book. Also of interest are the reminisces of the authors and other people who were unable to contribute stories. What you may do after reading this book is to look through Pohl's list of books and stories and start reading them to discover the varied works of this amazing person.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    This is not just any old copy but a signed edition, signed by both Fred Pohl and Elizabeth Hull, which I have won, to my great surprise and pleasure. It is also signed by some of the other writers. The stories are a mixed bag, most written well but not all of the same standard of plot, character and originality. What makes the book most interesting is the biographical segments about Fred Pohl. I will edit this later to add more about some of the stories.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    This is a very enjoyable homage to a very talented SF writer, by many other talented SF writers. Each story was so different, yet all were very human (if you'll excuse my earth-centricity). Some of my favourites are Chicken Little by Cory Doctorow for its insight, On Safari by Mike Resnick for its humour, and I am very much looking forward to the finished novel Tales from the Spaceship Geoffrey by James Gunn from which 4 chapters were pulled for this anthology. This is a very enjoyable homage to a very talented SF writer, by many other talented SF writers. Each story was so different, yet all were very human (if you'll excuse my earth-centricity). Some of my favourites are Chicken Little by Cory Doctorow for its insight, On Safari by Mike Resnick for its humour, and I am very much looking forward to the finished novel Tales from the Spaceship Geoffrey by James Gunn from which 4 chapters were pulled for this anthology.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    The first and last stories were very good, as well as one in the middle. The rest were okay, but many felt either slapped together quickly or were just little snippets from larger works, which minimized their impact. Not bad for an anthology, and definitely a lovely tribute to Frederick Pohl, as was intended. Now I need to go read some Pohl and find out why these authors love him so!

  17. 4 out of 5

    David Marshall

    This anthology has some excellent stories and there are some nice biographical details about Frederik Pohl. It's really a 3.5 stars but, being denied the half facility, I've scaled it down because some of the stories are really weak. http://opionator.wordpress.com/2012/0... This anthology has some excellent stories and there are some nice biographical details about Frederik Pohl. It's really a 3.5 stars but, being denied the half facility, I've scaled it down because some of the stories are really weak. http://opionator.wordpress.com/2012/0...

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jenn Cavanaugh

    The stories themselves ranged from 2-5 stars, averaging 3.5, but the festschrift aspect, rounded up the reading enjoyment to a solid 4. There's a fond, warm undercurrent and atmospheric echoes of Pohl throughout this sci-fi family reunion/ writing party that achieve the writers' and editors' desire to celebrate his contribution to a particular form and wide range of letters. The stories themselves ranged from 2-5 stars, averaging 3.5, but the festschrift aspect, rounded up the reading enjoyment to a solid 4. There's a fond, warm undercurrent and atmospheric echoes of Pohl throughout this sci-fi family reunion/ writing party that achieve the writers' and editors' desire to celebrate his contribution to a particular form and wide range of letters.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Shdwpoet2

    A very entertaining collection of stories from a spectrum of outstanding SF authors. This offers insights into the world of science fiction writing as well, decorated with stories of the amazing career and fiction of Fred Pohl, author, editor, mentor, and friend.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Topher

    A collection of short stories in honor of Frederick Pohl's 90th birthday. I really enjoy quite a few of the authors that contributed - however, it was also depressing to realize how old many of these other authors are based on their afterwards! A collection of short stories in honor of Frederick Pohl's 90th birthday. I really enjoy quite a few of the authors that contributed - however, it was also depressing to realize how old many of these other authors are based on their afterwards!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sven

    A very entertaining collection of stories from a spectrum of outstanding SF authors. This offers insights into the world of science fiction writing as well, decorated with stories of the amazing career and fiction of Fred Pohl, author, editor, mentor, and friend.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Flanagan

    This was truly one of the BEST short Sci Fi I've ever read! even though I do read some of these authors, these are the stories Fredrick Pohl inspired in these great authors. Read this book it's worth it! This was truly one of the BEST short Sci Fi I've ever read! even though I do read some of these authors, these are the stories Fredrick Pohl inspired in these great authors. Read this book it's worth it!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Imogene

    A great collection and a wonderful tribute to Frederik Pohl

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dennis

    Some interesting short stories.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Excellent! A wonderful collection of originals from various writers, recollections, and letters of appreciation from Frederic Pohl's friends and compatriots! Excellent! A wonderful collection of originals from various writers, recollections, and letters of appreciation from Frederic Pohl's friends and compatriots!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stephen

    Great stories. particularly enjoyed Tales from Spaceship Geoffrey and The Errand Boy. Even with those the appreciations and notes about Fred Pohl would have made the book a worthy read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

    Some hits, some misses. Particularly liked Cory Doctorow's "Chicken Little" at the end, which is available in full on tor.com. Some hits, some misses. Particularly liked Cory Doctorow's "Chicken Little" at the end, which is available in full on tor.com.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gina M Jordan

    A very poor collection with only a couple stories of any interest, this book dedicated to Pohl might as well have stayed a private gift to these many author's role model & been better served. A very poor collection with only a couple stories of any interest, this book dedicated to Pohl might as well have stayed a private gift to these many author's role model & been better served.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan

    Great authors with great stories acting as tribute to the best sci-fi authors out there.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Science fiction short story collection

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