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Classics of Science Fiction

Remembering the Best Short Science Fiction.

  • By James Wallace Harris
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Jun 2023 16
Jul 2023 16
Aug 2023 10
Sep 2023 5
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Nov 2023 8
Dec 2023 13
Jan 2024 12
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Most recent posts

“The Day After the Day the Martians Came” by Frederik Pohl
After reading a story about hunting down God and another story about vicious attacks on women, Frederik Pohl anti-prejudice story seems downright pleasant. It is a breezy tale about how people recycle all their old …
On , by jameswharris, 620 words
“Flies” by Robert Silverberg
The first story in Dangerous Visions was by Lester del Rey, an old friend and mentor to Harlan Ellison. The second story is by Robert Silverberg, one of Ellison’s best friends from the 1950s. And …
On , by jameswharris, 774 words
“Evensong” by Lester del Rey
For me, the most rewarding pages of Dangerous Visions were the introductions by Harlan Ellison and the afterwards by the authors. When I first read this anthology back in the late 1960s, I felt those …
On , by jameswharris, 855 words