3 edition of Gollancz-Sunday Times best SF stories. found in the catalog.
Gollancz-Sunday Times best SF stories.
Stories selected for the Gollancz/Sunday Times Science Fiction Competition held in 1974.
|Other titles||Sunday times, London.|
|LC Classifications||PZ1 .G56, PR1309.S3 .G56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||317 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||76363022|
The Soul of Colonel , , anthologised in Gollancz/Sunday Times Best SF Stories. No editor, but forward by Brian Aldiss. Reaching Out, , Science Fiction Monthly (Vol3No3). A Warrior Falls, . AWARDS, HONORS: Winner of the Gollancz/Sunday Times Best SF Prize for a short story, , for "Let's Go to Golgotha!"; winner of World Fantasy Award for the best novella, , British Science .
The anthology was originally entitled The Gollancz-Sunday Times Best SF Stories but was given the snappier title Let's Go To Golgotha—after Gary Kilworth's winning story—when it was published in . Wayward girls and wicked women: an anthology of stories. Author: Carter, Angela. Publication info: Gollancz-Sunday Times best SF stories. -- PR S45 G6 The Oxford book of science fiction .
The Soul of Colonel , , anthologised in Gollancz/Sunday Times Best SF Stories. No editor, but forward by Brian Aldiss. No editor, but forward by Brian Aldiss. Reaching Out, , . Clute over at SF Encyclopedia describes it as follows: “[Chris] Boyce’s most important work was the sf novel Catchworld (), joint winner [ ] of the Gollancz/Sunday Times SF Novel Award. .
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Eggs for victory
Victims of family violence
Federal Highway Administration Regional Offices of Motor Carriers
Clover cooking for everyone
Treasure hidden in a field
Terror in the Wind
Ansley Wilcox House and its furnishings
The tomb-builders of the Pharaohs
Two of a Kind Prepak
At a Council holden at Quebec, on Wednesday the 20th of January, 1790
News from the stars
Oliver for a Rowland; or, A cow pox epistle to the Reverend Rowland Hill, under the wing of Surrey chapel.
Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Stories selected for the Gollancz/Sunday Times Science Fiction Competition held in.
Let's go to Golgotha: the Gollancz-'Sunday times' best SF stories. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a. It has subsequently been republished in Gollancz - Sunday Times Best SF Stories (), The Best Science Fiction Stories (), Let's Go To Golgotha: the Gollancz - Sunday Times Best SF Stories.
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Buy a. * So Proudly We Cling, (ss) Gollancz - Sunday Times Best SF Stories, London: Gollancz MORGAN, CYNTHIA A.; see pseudonym Cynthia Bunn * The Hitmaker, (nv) Omni Apr The. () UK teacher and author, married to Stan Nicholls (), who began publishing sf with "Wishbone" in Gollancz-Sunday Times Best SF Stories (anth ) edited anonymously; she.
The first version of this story that I read was the page graphic adaptation scripted by Doug Moench and illustrated by Alex Nino in final issue of my favorite comic magazine ofthe short-lived. Esmeralda Daphne Castell ss Gollancz - Sunday Times Best SF Stories, London: Gollancz ; The Hibbie James Alexander ss Gollancz - Sunday Times Best SF Stories, London: Gollancz.
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* Who’s a Clever Boy?, (ss) Gollancz - Sunday Times Best SF Stories, London: Gollancz GIBBON, (Richard) PERCEVAL () * The King of the Baboons [Vrouw Grobelaar], (ss) The Vrouw. anchors news & runs the public affairs dept. for a Seattle-area radio station; freelances sf & horror short stories, writes sf br's for UPI & for AMZ JAN NOV; has book with Bud Smith, Marketing.
Find copy sunday available for purchase here online. Shop a comprehensive selection of copy sunday for sale right now. Shop here. This is an anthology, and some of the stories are better than others. The book starts with an introduction, but I think it would have worked much better as an afterword; the writer gives away key plot points for /5.
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Brian W. Aldiss, author of Fahrenheiton LibraryThing. Clute over at SF Encyclopedia describes it as follows: “[Chris] Boyce’s most important work was the sf novel Catchworld (), joint winner [ ] of the Gollancz/Sunday Times SF Novel .The fun mp3 files include radio news, weather, commercials and more from the 70s, all surrounding the mystery story hosted by E.G.
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