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Nebula Award Stories 8 by  Isaac (Edited and Introduced by) Asimov - Paperback - First Thus - 1975 - from Fully Booked and

Nebula Award Stories 8

by Asimov, Isaac (Edited and Introduced by)

Condition: Very Good

New York: A Berkley Medallion Book, 1975. Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers, Spine; Front Cover Lightly Chipped; Light Moisture Damage; Rear Cover, Spine, Edges Lightly Soiled. A novella by Arthur C. Clarke; plus Anderson, Pohl, Ellison, others. CONTENTS: Introduction: So Why Aren't We Rich? - Isaac Asimov; Nebula Award Stories; A Meeting with Medusa - Arthur C. Clarke; Shaffery Among the Immortals - Frederik Pohl; Patron of the Arts - William Rotsler; When It Changed - Joanna Russ; On the Downhill Side - Harlan Ellison; The Fifth Head of Cerberus - Gene Wolfe; When We Went to See the End of the World - Robert Silverberg; Goat Song - Poul Anderson; Award-Winning Science Fiction 1965-1972; Nebula Awards; Hugo Awards. SYNOPSIS: THE YEAR'S BEST SELECTED BY SCIENCE FICTION WRITERS OF AMERICA. Isaac Asimov has provided a lively and provocative introduction to this all-star volume, as well as individual introductions to the stories. He has selected five Nebula Award runners-up to go along with the three winners to make this one of the most star-studded anthologies ever.. First Thus. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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