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Again, Dangerous Visions 1 (Again, Dangerous Visions #1)

4.06 of 5 stars 4.06  ·  rating details  ·  210 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Eight Stories from the most honored SF collection of all time by Farmer; Aldiss; Del Rey; Pohl; Silverberg: Ellison; deFord; and Bloch #2: Eleven Stories from the most honored SF Collection of All time by Leiber; Dick; Anderson; Knight; Niven and five other.. Again, #1 : includes stories by Bradbury, Vonnegut, Le guin, Anthony and others.. Again #2 : includes stories by Bl ...more
Published April 1977 by Pan/Macmillan (first published November 1973)
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Allan Dyen-shapiro
This is a classic anthology--the best of the New Wave that hit science fiction in the late 60s/early 70s. Writers were tasked with producing something "dangerous". Some were dangerous due to content--radical for the day--as in Ursula LeGuinn's fantastic radical environmental work "The Word for the World is Forest" or a very young Piers Anthony's sci fi/horror animal rights manifesto "In the Barn." Some is drugged-out sixties stuff, like Ray Nelson's "Time Travel for Pedestrians" or H.H. Hollis' ...more
This book is excellent. Fact.

While not all of the stories are as punchy as andrew j. offutt's "For Value Received", or as stylistically interesting as Ross Rocklynne's "Ching Witch", everything in here is worthy of reading, even Ray Bradbury's poem. (And coming from a non-fan of poetry, that's saying something.) A forty-year-old anthology of short stories is more interesting, and more daring, than the majority of stuff I read and watch today. It's easy to see how the original volume, Dangerous V
Until 20 years or so ago, I would have rated this one a 5-star; I probably read it half a dozen times. But anymore when I browse sections, the times have passed it by, not the ideas so much as the language of the times. Still some incredible stories in there.
Pretty visionary and interesting sci-fi story compilation from the late-60s/early 70s. Sci-fi touched by psychedelia, rather novel stuff and lots of fun.
Spencer Whetstone
Ellison, enfant terriblé of the New Wave of Science Fiction of the '60s, edited this influential anthology.
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Harlan Jay Ellison is a prolific American writer of short stories, novellas, teleplays, essays, and criticism.

His literary and television work has received many awards. He wrote for the original series of both The Outer Limits and Star Trek as well as The Alfred Hitchcock Hour; edited the multiple-award-winning short story anthology series Dangerous Visions; and served as creative consultant/write
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