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ORBIT 17 (1975)

by Damon Knight

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Anthology of original (non-reprint) speculative fiction stories.

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"The Anthropologist" by Kathleen M. Sidney, short story (ss)
"The Man with the Golden Reticulates" by Felix C. Gotschalk, ss
"The Steel Sonnets" by Jeff Duntemann, ss
"Toto, I Have a Feeling We’re Not in Kansas Anymore" by Jeff Millar, ss
"Autopsy in Transit" by Steve Chapman, ss
"House" by John Barfoot, ss
"Fun Palace" by Raylyn Moore, ss
"When We Were Good" by Dave Skal, ss

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"Which in the Wood Decays" by Seth McEvoy, ss
"Great Day in the Morning" by R. A. Lafferty, ss
"The Maze" by Stuart Dybek, ss
"Quite Late One Spring Night" by John M. Curlovich, ss
"Under the Hollywood Sign" by Tom Reamy, novelette (nv)

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