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The 1985 Annual World's Best SF

by Donald A. Wollheim

Featuring the top ten stories of 1985 including: What Makes Us Human by Stephen Donaldson, The Picture Man by John Dalmas, Cash Crop by Connie Willis, We Remember Babylon by Ian Watson, Press Enter by John Varley, Salvador by Lucius Shepard, The Aliens Who Knew, I Mean Everything by George Alec Effinger, Bloodchild by Octavia E. Butler, The Coming of the Goonga by Gary W. Shockley, and Medra by Tanith Lee.

The 1986 Annual World's Best SF

by Donald A. Wollheim

This is an anthology of science fiction and fantasy stories selected by Donald A. Wollheim as best of the year 1986, including: Earthgate by J. Brian Clarke, On the Dream Channel Panel by Ian Watson, The Gods of Mars by Gardner Dozios, Jack Dann and Michael Swanwick, The Jaguar Hunter by Lucius Shepard, Sailing to Byzantium by Robert Silverberg, Webrider by Jayge Carr, With Virgil Oddum at the East Pole Harlan Ellison, The Curse of Kings, Connie Willis, Fermi and Frost by Frederik Pohl, Pots by C. J. Cherryh

The 1987 Annual World's Best SF

by Donald A. Wollheim

This is an anthology of science fiction stories written in 1987, selected by the noted editor Donald Wollheim and includes: Permafrost by Roger Zelazny, Timerider by Doris Egan, Pretty Boy Crossover by Pat Cadigan, R&R by Lucius Shepard, Lo, How an Oak E'er Blooming by Suzette Haden Elgin, Dream in a Bottle by Jerry Meredith and D. E. Smirl, Into Gold by Tanith Lee, The Lions Are Asleep This Night by Howard Waldrop, Against Babylon by Robert Silverberg, and Strangers on Paradise by Damon Knight

The 1988 Annual World's Best SF

by Donald A. Wollheim

An anthology of science fiction stories selected by the editors of DAW books as being the best of 1988 including The Pardoner's Tale by Robert Silverberg, Rachel in Love by Pat Murphy, America by Orson Scott Card, Crying in the Rain by Tanith Lee, The Sun Spider by Lucius Shepard, Angel by Pat Cadigan, Forever Yours, Anna by Kate Wilhelm, Second Going by James Tiptree, Jr., Dinosaurs by Walter Jon Williams, and All Fall Down by Don Sakers.

The 1989 Annual World's Best SF

by Donald A. Wollheim

From an alien contact humans would never know they'd made, to one woman's infinite existences in an infinity of alternate worlds, to a future where society's rebels live precariously on the sides of towering skyscrapers--welcome to the day after tomorrow in this twenty-fourth annual collection of the most innovative and well-written future visions of the year.

Annual World's Best Science Fiction 1975

by Donald A. Wollheim

TOP NOTCH RELIABLE AUTHENTIC EXCELLENT BEST OF THE BEST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED These are just a few of the favorable comments made by reviewers about this series in past years. They will be made again for this prime and authentic selection of the superior science fiction stories of the year past. It is a DAW tradition that the "World's Best" is not merely the first of its kind each year but that it holds up as the most solidly certain selection of the finest and most memorable science fiction stories by the writers, old and new, of the highest talent. THE 1975 ANNUAL WORLD'S BEST SF is always what its name implies. A DAW BOOKS ORIGINAL-- NEVER BEFORE IN PAPERBACK

The Best from the Rest of the World

by Donald A. Wollheim

This book is an anthology of 14 science fiction short stories from Europe, including France, Holland, Italy, Norway, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Spain and Denmark, translated to English. This book includes Party Line by Gerard Klein (France), Pairpuppets by Manuel Van Loggrem (Holland), The Scythe by Sandro Sandrelli (Itally), A Whiter Shade of Pale by Jon Bing (Norway), Paradise 3000 by Herbert W. Franke (Germany), My Eyes, They Burn! by Eddy G. Bertin (Belgium), A Problem in Bionics by Pierre Barbet (France), The King and the Dollmaker by Wolfgang Jeschke (Germany), Codemus by Tor Age Bringsvaerd (Norway), Rainy Day Revolution No. 39 by Luigi Cossi (Italy), Nobody Here But Us Shadows by Sam J. Lundwall (Sweden), Round and Round and Round Again by Domingo Santos (Spain), Planet for Sale by Niels E. Nielson (Denmark), and Ysolde by Nathalie-Charles Hennesberg (France).

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