Doubleday, 1990. Trade Paperback 1st Fine Contains The Translator by Kim Stanley Robinson; The City of Ultimate Freedom by Geoffrey A. Landis; The Shobies' Story by Ursula K. LeGuin; One Night in Television City by Paul Di Filippo; Playback by Barry N. Malzberg; Moon Blook by M.J. Engh; And of the Earth, A Womb by John M. Landberg; Alimentary Tract by Scott Baker; The Songs the Anemone Sing by Grania Davis; Alien Used Cars by Richard R. Smith; O Time Your Pyramids by Gregory Hartmann; The Shores of Bohemia by Bruce Sterling; The Propagation of Light in a Vacuum by James Patrick Kelly; Whalesong by Stoney Compton; River of the Dying by Augustine Funnell; The Book of St. Farrin by Jamil Nasir; Bumpie by Francis Valery; Love is a Drug by Leah Alpert; 1099 A.G.F. by K. Hernandez-Brun; and Daniel's Labyrinth by Damian Kilby. Catalogs: SciFi-Fantasy.
Doubleday, 1990. 1st edition. Original anthology collecting twenty stories by Kim Stanley Robinson, Ursula K. Le Guin, Scott Baker, Bruce Sterling, James Patrick Kelly, and others.. Hardback. fine hardcover copy in a near fine dustwrapper.
New York, NY, U.S.A.: Foundation Book, 1990. (1st) Works by Kim Stanley Robinson, Geoffrey A. Landis, Ursula K. LeGuin, M.J. Engh, Scott Baker, Jamil Nasir and many more, formerly edited by Terry Carr. Large, thick softcover, beautifully color-illustrated on front wrapper, list of contributors and praise for Terry Carr's editorship ended by his untimely death. Tiny nick at spine bottom edge. Fine.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine.
New York: Bantam, (1990.) First printing, a trade paperback, issued simultaneously with hardcover. Good condition (noticeable toning to the pages.) An anthology of 20 original science fiction stories by Kim Stanley Robinson, Ursula Le Guin, Grania Davis, Bruce Sterling and others, SIGNED by Robingson at his story "The Translator." Introduction by Silverberg. xiii, 449 pp.
New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, Auckland: Doubleday,. . cloth-backed boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#92871). First edition. Original anthology collecting twenty stories by Kim Stanley Robinson, Ursula K. Le Guin, Scott Baker, Bruce Sterling, James Patrick Kelly, and others.
Greenberg, Martin H. (editor) (Isaac Asimov; Robert Silverberg; David Brin; Robert Sheckley; Poul Anderson; Harry Turtledove; Allen Steele; Hal Clement; Karen Haber; Lawrence Watt-Evans; George Alec Effinger)
Edition: First Paperback Printings
Book condition: Very Good
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New York: Avon Books, 1990. (xii; xiv; xii) 260; 273, 258 pp. All three books are ightly rubbed on the corners with uncreased spines; two of the spines are slightly faded; no interior markings. Cover art by Martin Andrews. Introductions by Isaac Asimov and Robert Silverberg. To be clear, the three books here are: The Diplomacy Guild; Phases in Chaos; and Unnatural Diplomacy These contain: Volume One: They Hide We Seek by Robert Silverberg; The Diplomacy Guild by David Brin; Myryx by Robert Sheckley; The Burning Sky by Poul Anderson; and Island of the Gods by Harry Turtledove. Volume Two: Thirty Pieces by Harry Turtledove; Mecca by Allen Steele; Phases in Chaos by Hal Clement; The Soul of Truth by Karen Haber; Keep the Faith by Lawrence Watt-Evans; Winging It by Janet Kagan; The Reinventionf of War by George Alec Effinger; and Woodcraft by Poul Anderson. Volume Three: Breakups by Harry Turtledove; One Man's Meat by Lawrence Watt-Evans; Fighting Words by Janet Kagan; Water of Life by George Alec E... Read more
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