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The leading writers in SF create a galaxy of entertainment in these startling, often nightmarish stories set in deep space, beneath the sea, on Mars, Mercury and Jupiter, and at varying times on planet Earth.

Memorable adventures with a satisfying touch of wonder and always plausible.

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Brightside Crossing • by Alan E. Nourse
Coventry (Future History) • by Robert A. Hei
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Paperback, T2081, 256 pages
Published 1969 by Fawcett Gold Medal (first published September 1965)
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Ten collection of short stories from the great science fiction authors.

*Brightside Crossing Alan E. Nourse
*The Deep Range Arthur C. Clarke
*Coventry Robert A. Heinlein
*The Mile-Long Spaceship Kate Wilhelm
*The Seesaw A. E. van Vogt
*Nightfall Isaac Asimov
*The Million-Year Picnic Ray Bradbury
*Desertion Clifford D. Simok
*Twilight Don A. Stuart
*Happy Ending Henry Kuttner

I enjoyed reading the Coventry, The Seesaw, Nightfall, and The Million Year-Picnic. What so good about these tales was, it guesses a
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Doug
Sep 30, 2013 rated it it was ok
Aside from the great introduction, this was pretty weak. "The Deep Range" (Clarke) and "Nightfall" (Asimov) were good but can be found in deeper collections.

I found "Desertion" (Clifford Simak) to be a highlight among the stories by lesser-known authors, but the rest read like pretty standard 40's/50's space adventure and/or gadget stories, which I'm not really into.
Chris
Jul 08, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This is the anthology that got me hooked on written science fiction. It introduced me to Asimov, Bradbury, Clarke, Heinlein, and Simak.
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possibly read in winter 1967
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Damon Francis Knight was an American science fiction author, editor, and critic.
Knight's first professional sale was a cartoon drawing to a science-fiction magazine, Amazing Stories. His first story, "Resilience", was published in 1941. He is best known as the author of "To Serve Man", which was adapted for The Twilight Zone. He was a recipient of the Hugo Award, founder of the Science Fiction and
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