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The best from Fantasy and science fiction. 17th series (original 1968; edition 1968)

by Edward L. Ferman, Davis Meltzer (Illustrator.), George Collyn (Contributor.), Frances Oliver (Contributor.), Victor Contoski (Contributor.)10 more, Avram Davidson (Contributor.), Ron Goulart (Contributor.), Russell Kirk (Contributor.), Samuel R. Delany (Contributor.), Fritz Leiber (Contributor.), Thomas M. Disch (Contributor.), Robert Nathan (Contributor.), Jean Cox (Contributor.), Brian Talbot Cleeve (Contributor.), Brian W. Aldiss (Contributor.)

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Title:The best from Fantasy and science fiction. 17th series
Authors:Edward L. Ferman
Other authors:Davis Meltzer (Illustrator.), George Collyn (Contributor.), Frances Oliver (Contributor.), Victor Contoski (Contributor.), Avram Davidson (Contributor.)9 more, Ron Goulart (Contributor.), Russell Kirk (Contributor.), Samuel R. Delany (Contributor.), Fritz Leiber (Contributor.), Thomas M. Disch (Contributor.), Robert Nathan (Contributor.), Jean Cox (Contributor.), Brian Talbot Cleeve (Contributor.), Brian W. Aldiss (Contributor.)
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Thirteen tales to stop the heart and unsettle the mind. this selection from the cream of one year's Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction demonstrates anew why that magazine - winner of the 1971 Hugo award as the best sf periodical - commands the devoted attention  of fantasists, scientists, and just plain sf enthusiasts everywhere.
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  • A spare, steely-fingered parable about an anthropologist who inadvertently discovers the meaning of the Apocalypse ...
  • A savagely deadpan account of a desperate (and funny) attempt to "unionize" against the worst Boss of them all ...
  • A melancholy idyll about a swimmer who, beneath the ocean's surface, undergo a "sea change, rich and strange ..."
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