Science Fiction: The Science Fiction Research Association Anthology


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Gunn Road to SF 4 <— Anthologies & Collections —> Prentice Hall Anth of SF&F
Patricia S. Warrick, Charles G. Waugh & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.

Harper & Row, 1988

The second SFRA anthology includes stories by many of the same authors, but only three stories repeated from the first book (by Blish, Le Guin, and Smith). Content listings here are based on the compilations in William G. Contento's Locus Index to Science Fiction.

The third SFRA anthology is Visions of Wonder, edited by David G. Hartwell and Milton T. Wolf, in 1996, grouped here with the Hartwell anthologies.

  1. “The Birthmark”, Nathaniel Hawthorne (The Pioneer Mar 1843)
  2. “The Star”, H. G. Wells (The Graphic Christmas 1897)
  3. “The Country of the Blind”, H. G. Wells (The Strand Apr 1904)
  4. “The Machine Stops”, E. M. Forster (Oxford and Cambridge Review Nov 1909)
  5. “A Martian Odyssey”, Stanley G. Weinbaum (Wonder Stories Jul 1934)
  6. “"Who Goes There?"”, John W. Campbell, Jr. (Astounding Aug 1938)
  7. “Nightfall”, Isaac Asimov (Astounding Sep 1941)
  8. “No Woman Born”, C. L. Moore (Astounding Dec 1944)
  9. “Thunder and Roses”, Theodore Sturgeon (Astounding Nov 1947)
  10. “Private Eye”, Henry Kuttner (Astounding Jan 1949)
  11. “There Will Come Soft Rains”, Ray Bradbury (Colliers May 6 1950)
  12. “The Sentinel”, Arthur C. Clarke (Ten Story Fantasy Spr 1951)
  13. “Common Time”, James Blish (Science Fiction Quarterly Aug 1953)
  14. “The Game of Rat and Dragon”, Cordwainer Smith (Galaxy Oct 1955)
  15. “The Men Who Murdered Mohammed”, Alfred Bester (F&SF Oct 1958)
  16. “Flowers for Algernon”, Daniel Keyes (F&SF Apr 1959)
  17. “A Rose for Ecclesiastes”, Roger Zelazny (F&SF Nov 1963)
  18. “Driftglass”, Samuel R. Delany (If Jun 1967)
  19. “Faith of Our Fathers”, Philip K. Dick (Dangerous Visions, 1967)
  20. “I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream”, Harlan Ellison (If Mar 1967)
  21. “Nine Lives”, Ursula K. Le Guin (World's Best Science Fiction: 1970, 1969)
  22. “When It Changed”, Joanna Russ (Again, Dangerous Visions, 1972)
  23. “Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand”, Vonda N. McIntyre (Analog Oct 1973)
  24. “Houston, Houston, Do You Read?”, James Tiptree, Jr. (Aurora: Beyond Equality, 1976)
  25. “Options”, John Varley (Universe 9, 1979)
  26. “Bloodchild”, Octavia E. Butler (IASFM Jun 1984)
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