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AT THE HUMAN LIMIT: THE COLLECTED STORIES OF JACK WILLIAMSON VOLUME 8

Williamson, Jack

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ISBN 10: 1893887510 / ISBN 13: 9781893887510
Published by Haffner Press, 2011
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Title: AT THE HUMAN LIMIT: THE COLLECTED STORIES OF...

Publisher: Haffner Press

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition.

Book Type: Book

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Synopsis:

The ambitious program to collect the short fiction of Grand Master Jack Williamson concludes!
As with previous volumes in this series, the full-color endpapers reproduce the original magazine covers (with artwork by modern masters including John Berkey, Virgil Finlay, Bob Eggleton and Vincent Di Fate) of the stories herein, and the binding is designed to match the 1940s editions of Williamson's works published by Fantasy Press. The book is smythe-sewn, bound in full cloth, and printed on acid-neutral paper, with full-color endpapers reproducing the original pulp magazine cover art. With a foreword by award-winning author and long-time friend of Williamson, Connie Willis, At the Human Limit represents the changing state of mid-20th Century American Science Fiction and concludes the documentation of Williamson's unparalleled career. Contents:
Table of Contents Foreword by Connie Willis
Second Man to the Moon (Fantastic, April 1959)
The Masked World (Worlds of Tomorrow, October 1963)
Jamboree (Galaxy Magazine, December 1969)
The Highest Dive (Science Fiction Monthly, January 1976)
Farside Station (Isaac Asimov s Science Fiction Magazine, November/December 1978)
. . . All Ye Who Enter Here (Stellar Science Fiction #6)
A Break for the Dinosaurs (Speculations, 1983)
Space Family Smiths (JD Journal, 1983)
At the Human Limit (The Planets, 1985)
The Mental Man (Amazing Stories, October 1988)
The Bird s Turn (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October/November 1992)
Venus Is Hell (Omni, October 1992)
The Litlins (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, December 1993)
The Fractal Man (VB Tech Journal, July 1996)
The Firefly Tree (Science Fiction Age, May 1997)
The Hole in the World (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October/November 1997)
The Purchase of Earth (Science Fiction Age, July 1998)
The Story Roger Never Told (Lord of the Fantastic: Stories in Honor of Roger Zelazny, 1998)
The Pet Rocks Mystery (Alien Pets, 1998)
Miss Million (Amazing Stories, Winter 1999)
Eden Star (Star Colonies, 2000)
Nitrogen Plus (Asimov s Science Fiction, October/November 2001)
Afterlife (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, February 2002)
The Planet of Youth (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, April 2002)
Shakespeare & Co. (Shelf Life, 2002)
The Man From Somewhere (Asimov s Science Fiction, October/November 2003)
Black Hole Station (Space Stations, 2004)
Devil s Star (Visions of Liberty, 2004)
Dream of Earth (Amazing Stories, November, 2004)
The Half Men (Absolute Magnitude, May 2005)
The Cat That Loved Shakespeare (Chronicle, August 2005)
Ghost Town (Weird Tales, July 2005)
The Mists of Time (Millennium 3001, 2006)
A Christmas Carol (The Worlds of Jack Williamson, 2008)

About the Author:

Born in 1908 on a hard-scrabble dirt ranch, Jack Williamson is one of the true pioneers of science fiction. Since his first publication in Amazing Stories in 1928 he has written some of science fiction s acknowledged classics including The Humanoids, The Legion of Space, and Darker Than You Think. He has been credited with developing modern concepts of artificial intelligence, anti-matter, and genetic engineering. With time away from writing as an Army weather forecaster in World War II, and earning a Ph.D. in English literature at the age of fifty, he taught one of the first SF courses in a university curriculum. In 1976 he was named a Grandmaster by the Science Fiction Writers of America. His fifty-fourth novel, The Stonehenge Gate, was published in 2005. He passed away at age 98 on November 10, 2006.

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