The 1981 Annual World's Best SF

by Donald A. Wollheim | Science Fiction & Fantasy |
ISBN: 0879976179 Global Overview for this book
Registered by eastbaybookmisr of Oakland, California USA on 3/20/2011
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Journal Entry 1 by eastbaybookmisr from Oakland, California USA on Sunday, March 20, 2011
1981 Daw Books hardcover Book Club Edition, with dust jacket, of the collection of best stories from 1980. I bought this copy way back when.

I can let this go after I read these, and also:
1954 Year of the Big Thaw [read 2019]
1958 The Planet Savers [read 2019]
1961 The Door Through Space [read 2019]
1963 The Colors of Space [read 2019]
1964 Subjectivity (short story in Analog) [read 2020]
1965 Deathwatch (short story in Playboy) [read 2020]
1975 In the Bowl (short story) [read 2013]
1977 Dying of the Light [n/a]
1977 The Ophiuchi Hotline [n/a]
1979 Options (novelette) [read 2021]
1979 Titan [read 2021]
1979 The Way of Cross and Dragon (short story) [read 2021]
1979 The Hollow Man (novelette) [read 2021]
1980 Variation on a Theme from Beethoven (short story) [read 2021]
1980 Beatnik Bayou (novelette) [read 2021]
1980 Elbow Room (short story) [read 2021]
1980 The Ugly Chickens (short story) [read 2021]
1980 Prime Time (short story) [read 2021] [read 2021]
1980 Nightflyers (short story) [read 2021]
1980 A Spaceship Built of Stone (short story) [read 2021]
1980 Window (short story) [read 2021]
1980 The Summer Sweet, the Winter Wild (short story) [read 2021]
1980 Achronos (short story) [read 2021]

Edit May 16, 2021: This was a pretty good collection. Some of these stories are really the best of the era.

Released 5 mos ago (5/17/2021 UTC) at Little Free Library at 4498 Hyacinth Ave. in Oakland, California USA

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