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A Very Large Array: New Mexico Science Fiction and Fantasy

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New Mexico is the home for writers who have earned nine Hugos, six Nebulas, six Balrogs, one Prix Apollo, one Campbell Award, one British Fantasy Society Award, one Prometheus, one Science Fiction Hall of Fame, one Pilgrim Award, one First Prize in the Writers of the Future Contest, and one Grand Master.


For a breath I tarry / Roger Zelazny --
Jamboree / Jack Willi
Hardcover, 264 pages
Published November 1st 1987 by University of New Mexico Press
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Nan Silvernail
Oct 18, 2011 Nan Silvernail rated it really liked it
An all-star New Mexican team of Sci-Fi writers step up in this interesting anthology.

Roger Zelazny's machines wrestle with the Job/Faustian problem.
Jack Williamson takes us along on a strange scout Jamboree.
Walter Jon Williams orchestrates a heist.
Fred Saberhagen unleashes a terrifying invading force on two couples.
Suzy McKee Charnas' vampire attends the Santa Fe Opera.
Terry Boren exposes alien strangeness in Gallup.
George R. R. Martin teaches us to be careful of what we ask for.
Stephen R. Donal
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Because I am so enchanted by New Mexico, I expected a little more from this book. However, I did like it.
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