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Morrow notes that many of the Nebula finalists grapple with the question Is science good or bad? Lending weight to this debate are all of the winners and many of the finalists in the 1992 awards. Presents the winning stories for best science fiction and fantasy of 1992, featuring works by Connie Willis and Frederick Pohl, and appreciations of the late Fritz Leiber. Contents: Morrow notes that many of the Nebula finalists grapple with the question Is science good or bad? Lending weight to this debate are all of the winners and many of the finalists in the 1992 awards. Presents the winning stories for best science fiction and fantasy of 1992, featuring works by Connie Willis and Frederick Pohl, and appreciations of the late Fritz Leiber. Contents: Introduction (Nebula Awards 28) • essay by James Morrow Is Science Fiction Out to Lunch? Some Thoughts on the Year 1992 • essay by John Clute Even the Queen • (1992) • short story by Connie Willis Danny Goes to Mars • (1992) • novelette by Pamela Sargent Matter's End • (1991) • novelette by Gregory Benford In Memoriam: Fritz Leiber • essay by James Morrow Gentleman Fritz • essay by Poul Anderson Doing It Right • essay by David G. Hartwell A World Without Fritz • essay by Stephen King Let There Be Fandom • essay by Frederik Pohl The July Ward • (1991) • novelette by S.N. Dyer (i.e. Sharon N. Farber) Lennon Spex • (1992) • short story by Paul Di Filippo The Mountain to Mohammed • (1992) • short story by Nancy Kress Hopeful Monsters: The SF and Fantasy Films of 1992 • essay by Nick Lowe Song of the Martian Cricket • (1991) • poem by David Lunde (variant of Song of the Martian Cricket (for Marilyn)) Vinland the Dream • (1991) • short story by Kim Stanley Robinson Life Regarded as a Jigsaw Puzzle of Highly Lustrous Cats • (1991) • short story by Michael Bishop City of Truth • (1991) • novella by James Morrow


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Morrow notes that many of the Nebula finalists grapple with the question Is science good or bad? Lending weight to this debate are all of the winners and many of the finalists in the 1992 awards. Presents the winning stories for best science fiction and fantasy of 1992, featuring works by Connie Willis and Frederick Pohl, and appreciations of the late Fritz Leiber. Contents: Morrow notes that many of the Nebula finalists grapple with the question Is science good or bad? Lending weight to this debate are all of the winners and many of the finalists in the 1992 awards. Presents the winning stories for best science fiction and fantasy of 1992, featuring works by Connie Willis and Frederick Pohl, and appreciations of the late Fritz Leiber. Contents: Introduction (Nebula Awards 28) • essay by James Morrow Is Science Fiction Out to Lunch? Some Thoughts on the Year 1992 • essay by John Clute Even the Queen • (1992) • short story by Connie Willis Danny Goes to Mars • (1992) • novelette by Pamela Sargent Matter's End • (1991) • novelette by Gregory Benford In Memoriam: Fritz Leiber • essay by James Morrow Gentleman Fritz • essay by Poul Anderson Doing It Right • essay by David G. Hartwell A World Without Fritz • essay by Stephen King Let There Be Fandom • essay by Frederik Pohl The July Ward • (1991) • novelette by S.N. Dyer (i.e. Sharon N. Farber) Lennon Spex • (1992) • short story by Paul Di Filippo The Mountain to Mohammed • (1992) • short story by Nancy Kress Hopeful Monsters: The SF and Fantasy Films of 1992 • essay by Nick Lowe Song of the Martian Cricket • (1991) • poem by David Lunde (variant of Song of the Martian Cricket (for Marilyn)) Vinland the Dream • (1991) • short story by Kim Stanley Robinson Life Regarded as a Jigsaw Puzzle of Highly Lustrous Cats • (1991) • short story by Michael Bishop City of Truth • (1991) • novella by James Morrow

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Raving Redcoat

    A quite interesting look at one of the least know ship sinkings, the Wilhelm Gustloff, which sank in January of 1945, killing over 9,000 men, women, and children. It's told through the eyes of a small number of youths and young adults, and serves as a bitter reminder of how many casualties of war are those least involved in it. A quite interesting look at one of the least know ship sinkings, the Wilhelm Gustloff, which sank in January of 1945, killing over 9,000 men, women, and children. It's told through the eyes of a small number of youths and young adults, and serves as a bitter reminder of how many casualties of war are those least involved in it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kristen Frankie

    Some interesting stories. Very good choices.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Philip Hollenback

    Another fine Nebula collection. The only reason this one loses points is I didn't really enjoy the closing novella 'City of Truth'. Another fine Nebula collection. The only reason this one loses points is I didn't really enjoy the closing novella 'City of Truth'.

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