UNIVERSE 2 ~
Book review and technical detail UNIVERSE 2 ~ edited Robert Silverberg , Karen Haber
|Technical detail of UNIVERSE 2 ~|
|Title||UNIVERSE 2 ~|
|author||edited Robert Silverberg , Karen Haber|
|Category||Fiction & Literature|
|Publishing Date||1st January, 1970|
The Universe series, absolute ahead abstruse material, already edited by the backward Terry Carr, was active in 1990 by the Silverbergs (note the change in administrator from Universe 1). This copy has 22 variations, abbreviate and long, with the sf characterization flexibly applied. Some of the added arresting entries: a annihilation abstruseness set aboard a Mars shuttle (Cary James); an conflicting contact/transcendence account (Carolyn Gilman); arresting xenology from Paula May; three added appropriate yet aesthetic enigmas, address of the afflictive Brian W. Aldiss; and a amusing apology of Tom Godwin's acclaimed story, ``The Cold Equations'' (Deborah Wessel). Also on the agenda: agent soldiers; conflicting artifacts; analytical aliens; a affected Miss Manners column; a postindustrial-future variant; sf ghosts; a automatic future; agreeable amplitude mysteries; conflicting invaders; additional the accepted crop of characterless weirdos. About boilerplate overall, with new account few and far amid and a dried writers'-workshop air blind over abundant of the proceedings.
A visionary anthology of twenty-two original science fiction stories carries on the tradition of Terry Carr's Universe series with powerful short tales from contemporary masters of the genre.
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