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First Edition, First Printing, SIGNED BY DAN SIMMONS, GREGORY BENFORD, URSULA K. LE GUIN, GENE WOLFE, CATHERINE ASARO, HARRY TURTLEDOVE, PAUL DI FILIPPO, JACK DANN & ELIZABETH HAND on the half title page, there is a stray pen mark and a faint streak on the bottom of the book. Bookseller Inventory # SF1030

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Publisher: NY, Roc,

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Hand-picked by Bram Stoker Award-winning editor Al Sarrantonio to revolutionize and galvanize the field of speculative fiction, Redshift signals the dawning of a new era in visionary writing...

Featuring ALL-NEW stories by:

Catherine Asaro
Neal Barrett, Jr.
Stephen Baxter
Gregory Benford
P.D. Cacek
Jack Dawn
Paul Di Filippo
Thomas M. Disch
Elizabeth Hand
Joe Haldeman
James Patrick Kelly
Ursula K. Le Guin
Ardath Mayhar
Barry N. Mazberg and Kathe Koja
Michael Moorcock
David Morrell
Larry Niven
Joyce Carol Oates
Kit Reed
Rudy Rucker and John Shirley
Al Sarrantonio
Peter Schneider
Dan Simmons
Michael Marshall Smith
Harry Turtledove
Robert E. Vardeman
Catherine Wells
Laura Whitton
Gene Wolfe


In the decades since Michael Moorcock's magazine New Worlds and Harlan Ellison's anthology Dangerous Visions shattered taboos and transformed science fiction, editors have yearned to do likewise. But science fiction and Western society have changed greatly since the 1960s, and though new taboos have been born, there aren't many left. They can still be shattered, but any taboo-challenging fiction that appears in the same year as the movie Freddy Got Fingered has a tough job, and Redshift: Extreme Visions of Speculative Fiction is hardly as extreme as promised. For example, nonwhite and homosexual characters are rare; the status quo goes largely unchallenged; and a few of the 30 stories are young-adult in tone and subject, with the others having little that would disturb new-millennium youth, a generation accustomed to wearing bondage/fetish gear to the dance clubs. The rare examples of taboo breaking include a black character with a disturbingly thick accent and a posthuman race that commits mass murder for policy; but the anthology's potentially most challenging story gets there as a result of publication after September 11, 2001: Harry Turtledove's well-written but traditional modern fantasy "Black Tulip" is sympathetic to Afghanis.

Ignore the subtitle. Redshift is a very good anthology of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, with some stories, like Gregory Benford's "Anomalies" and Joyce Carol Oates's "Commencement," that will become classics of speculative fiction. --Cynthia Ward

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