Series: Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Anthology

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Isaac Asimov's Masters of Science Fiction by George Scithers1
Isaac Asimov's Marvels of Science Fiction by George Scithers2
Isaac Asimov's Adventures of Science Fiction by George Scithers3
Isaac Asimov's Worlds of Science Fiction by George Scithers4
Isaac Asimov's Near Futures and Far by George Scithers5
Isaac Asimov's Wonders of the World by Isaac Asimov6

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  1. World's Best Science Fiction: 1967 by Donald A. Wollheim (1967)
  2. 100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories by Isaac Asimov (1978)
  3. Worlds of If by Frederik Pohl (1965)
  4. Terry Carr's Best Science Fiction of the Year, No. 15 by Terry Carr (1986)
  5. 3 to the Highest Power by William F. Nolan (1968)
  6. The Seven Deadly Sins of Science Fiction by Isaac Asimov (1980)
  7. The Best From Fantasy and Science Fiction: 13th Series by Avram Davidson (1964)
  8. The End of Summer: Science Fiction of the Fifties by Barry N. Malzberg (1979)
  9. Earthmen & Strangers by Robert Silverberg (1966)
  10. The New Hugo Winners, Volume II by Isaac Asimov (1991)
  11. Analog Anthology #1: Fifty Years of the Best Science Fiction From Analog by Stanley Schmidt (1980)
  12. Analog 2 by John W. Campbell (1964)
    Same series: Analog 1 (Analog)
  13. Nebula Award Stories Seven by Lloyd Jr. Biggle (1972)
  14. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction March 1984, Vol. 66, No. 3 by Edward L. Ferman
  15. Connoisseur's Science Fiction by Tom Boardman (1964)

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