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The Unexpected Visit of a Reanimated Englishwoman
[4900 words]
  1. [as Mary Shelley's Stories and the Unexpected Visit of a Reanimated Englishwoman]
    The New York Review of Science Fiction #96 (David G. Hartwell)
    [Pleasantville NY: Dragon Press], Aug 1996; pp. 1, 8 - 12











  2. The Mortal Immortal: The Complete Supernatural Short Stories of Mary Shelley
    • San Francisco: Tachyon Publications, Nov 1996; pp. vii - xviii
      1. [ISBN 1-892391-01-5] [hardcover, limited to 100 copies, signed by Michael Bishop] ($30.00)
      2. [ISBN 1-892391-01-5] [trade pb, limited to 900 copies] ($10.00)










  3. [revised]
    Brighten to Incandescence (MB), Jun 2003; pp. 19 - 31

Unfit for Eden
[7550 words]
  1. Postscripts 26/27: Unfit for Eden (Peter Crowther & Nick Gevers)
    • Hornsea UK: PS Publishing, [Jan 2012]; pp. 1 - 18
      1. [ISBN 978-1-848632-98-1] [hardcover] (£29.99)
      2. [ISBN 978-1-848632-99-8] [slipcased hardcover, limited to 100 copies, signed by all contributors] (£59.99)











  2. Other Arms Reach Out to Me: Georgia Stories (MB), Jun 2017; pp.












Unicorn Mountain (excerpt)
  1. New Pathways into Science Fiction and Fantasy #10 (Michael G. Adkisson)
    [Plano TX: MGA Services], Mar 1988 ($2.50); pp. 22 - 29












  2. Chapter 20 of Unicorn Mountain (MB), Jun 1988; pp. 199 - 211

Unlikely Friends
[6100 words]

"Unlikely Friends" is a detective story.  No, it isn't — it's an oblique, not to say askew, study of a type of friendship that, once beyond the obligatory shackles of family relationships (as embodied in the rapport that forms, or doesn't, between grandfolks and grandkids), we encounter all too seldom in real life; namely, a friendship between persons of widely separated generations.  So seldom do we see this sort of friendship . . . that we often automatically suppose something ulterior or illicit about such bonds.  [Gene Wolfe] told me in a letter that it wasn't a bona fide detective story, but that it was a "good story about a detective.";  Strangely, I've never written another story about Jimmy Bevilacqua, my less than insightful P.I.  Maybe some day... — from Introduction to Emphatically Not SF, Almost



  1. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine #472 (Eleanor Sullivan)
    [New York: Davis Publications, ISSN 0013-6328], Nov 1982 ($1.50); pp. 58 - 72














  2. Emphatically Not SF, Almost (MB), Dec 1990; pp. 9 - 26

















  3. Other Arms Reach Out to Me: Georgia Stories (MB), Jun 2017; pp.












Vernalfest Morning
[3000 words]
  1. Chrysalis 3 (Roy Torgeson)
    • New York: Kensington Publishing [Zebra Books] 432 [ISBN 0-89083-432-6] [pb], Dec 1978 ($1.95); pp. 214 - 222















  2. Best Science Fiction Stories of the Year, Ninth Annual Collection (Gardner Dozois)
    • New York: E. P. Dutton [ISBN 0-525-06498-2] [hc], Aug 1980 ($11.95)













  3. [as Frühlingsmorgen]
    [German translation by Leni Sobez]
    Die verdorbene Frau (Roy Torgeson)
    • Rastatt: Moewig Playboy SF 6720 [ISBN 3-8118-6720-2] [pb], 1981 (DM 7,80)












  4. One Winter in Eden (MB), Jan 1984; pp. 203 - 210

Vinegar Peace, or, The Wrong-Way Used-Adult Orphanage
[8400 words]
  1. Asimov's Science Fiction #390 (Sheila Williams)
    [New York: Dell Magazines, ISSN 1065-2698], July 2008 ($4.99); pp. 64 - 80














  2. StarShipSofa No. 82, April 2009 (Tony C. Smith)
    [Podcast Downloadble Here]













  3. StarShipSofa Stories, Volume 1 (Tony C. Smith)
    • Lulu.com, Sep 2009 (hc £16.99, tp £14.99, pb £8.99, e-book £1.83, online); pp. 37 - 49














  4. Nebula Awards Showcase 2011 (Kevin J. Anderson)
    • New York: Tor [Tom Doherty Associates] [978-0-765-32842-7] [trade pb], May 2011 ($17.99); pp. 145 - 165














  5. The Mammoth Book of Nebula Awards SF (Kevin J. Anderson)
    • London: Robinson [978-1-78033-429-5] [trade pb], Feb 2012 (£7.99); pp. 129 - 150














  6. The Door Gunner and Other Perilous Flights of Fancy (MB) (Michael H. Hutchins, ed.), Feb 2012; pp. 471 - 490

Voices
[9300 words]
  1. Heroic Visions II (Jessica Amanda Salmonson)
    • New York: Ace Fantasy 32822 [ISBN 0-441-32822-9] [pb], Jul 1986 ($2.95); pp. 18 - 40















  2. Close Encounters with the Deity (MB), Aug 1986; pp. 15 - 42

Volplaning Heroes
[400 words]
[An "Urban Nucleus of Atlanta" story]
  1. Interlude in Catacomb Years (MB), Jan 1979; pp. 150 - 151















  2. [as Die Helden des Gleitflugs]
    [German translation by Walter Brumm]
    Die Jahre in den Katakomben (MB), 1982; pp. 133 - 134








Vox Olympica
[8000 words]
  1. Omni (Ellen Datlow)
    [New York: Omni Publications International Ltd., ISSN 0149-8711], Dec 1981 ($2.50); pp. 106 - 110 + 118 - 128 [illustrated by Mati Klarwein]











  2. [German translation by Joachim Koerber]
    Neue Science-Fiction Geschichten (Hans Joachim Alpers & Werner Fuchs)
    • Vienna: Tosa Verlag [ISBN 3-85001-097-X] [hc], 1982; pp. 246 - 269












  3. [as Il canto del Monte Olimpo]
    [Italian translation by Antonio Bellomi]
    Futura 1 (Sesto S. Giovanni)
    [Milan: Peruzzo Periodici], Nov 1983 (Lire 3.500); p. 62 - 68 [illustrated by Antonio Dall'Osso]










  4. The Second Omni Book of Science Fiction (Ellen Datlow)
    • New York: Kensington Publishing [Zebra Books] 1320 [ISBN 0-8217-1320-5] [pb], Dec 1983 ($3.95); pp. 315 - 344














  5. [as Out of the Mouths of Olympus]
    One Winter in Eden (MB), Jan 1984; pp. 94 - 115

We Shall Not, We Shall Not Be Moved
(written with Bruce Holland Rogers, Deborah Layne, Susan O'Neill, David Galef, and Victoria Elisabeth Garcia)
[7000 words (MB's contribution titled No Appetite for Communion is 1250 words)]
  1. Indiana Review Vol. 27, No. 1 (Grady Jaynes)
    [Bloomington IN: Indiana University, ISSN 0738-386X], Sum 2005 ($9.00); pp. 83-98, 264-273

"We're All in This Alone"
(written with Paul Di Filippo)
[8400 words]
  1. [as by "Philip Lawson"]
    Interzone (David Pringle)
    [Brighton, UK: Interzone, ISSN 0264-3596], Nov/Dec 2002 (£3.00); pp. 6 - 14












  2. Brighten to Incandescence (MB), Jun 2003; pp. 68 - 88

















  3. Shuteye for the Timebroker: Stories by Paul Di Filippo
    • New York: Thunder's Mouth Press [ISBN 1-56025-817-9] [trade pb], May 2006 ($15.95); pp. 103 - 129

The White Otters of Childhood
[27100 words]

On a far-future Earth, the few million human survivors of two global holocausts live on the islands of the Caribbean Sea, ruled from afar by neo-humans called the Parfects.  Markcrier Rains works in the diplomatic corps for the local ruler, Fearing Serenos and after many years of service retires to marry his only love, Marina.  She had spurned the attentions of Serenos, and Markcrier fears an act of vengeance from the despotic leader.  When this act does finally occur, Markcrier entreats Marina's father, Prendick, who is Serenos's doctor, to aid him in retaliation for the evil Serenos has done.

Note: this story is set in the same universe as And Strange at Ecbatan the Trees.

I wrote "The White Otters of Childhood" before the publication of either Peter Benchley's extravagantly popular novel Jaws or Edward Bryant's moderately well known story "Shark".  My wife — who seems to think that, given half a chance, I would rewrite the children's classic of A. A. Milne to inflict an accidental poisoning on Pooh Bear and a grief-stricken suicide on Piglet — likes this story, the nearest thing to headlong melodrama I have probably ever written.  Well, it remains a favorite of mine, too.  Influences include four of the five writers whose names appear after the story's epigraphs.  Moreover, the notion of the poet-protagonist probably derives from Roger Zelazny's "A Rose for Ecclesiastes", which I had first read in one of Judith Merril's definitive annual anthologies.  "White Otters" and another long story of mine ["Death and Designation Among the Asadi"] were finalists for both the Hugo and the Nebula Awards in the novella categories in 1974, but neither of them won.  I consoled myself by buying a bowling shirt. — from Preface to Blooded on Arachne



  1. Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction #266 (Edward L. Ferman)
    [Cornwall CT: Mercury Press], Jul 1973 ($.75); pp. 5 - 64














  2. [as Les loutres blanches de l'enfance]
    [French translation by Denise Hersant]
    Fiction #253 (Alain Dorémieux)
    [Paris: Editions Opta], Jan 1975; pp. 63 - 149













  3. Beneath the Shattered Moons (MB) [following edition only]
    • London: Sphere Books Limited 1682 [ISBN 0-7221-1682-9] [pb], Sep 1978 (95p); pp. 7 - 84














  4. Blooded on Arachne (MB), Jan 1982; pp. 267 - 335
















  5. [as Die weißen Otter der Kindheit]
    [German translation by Johannes R. Blasius]
    Raumfahrer und Sternzigeuner (MB), Nov 1983, pp. 99 - 173














  6. [Japanese translation by Mamoru Masuda]
    S-F Magazine #415
    [Tokyo: Hayakawa Publishing Inc.], Aug 1991; pp. 30 - 85 [illustrated by Hiroyuki Kato and Keisuke Goto]

The Windows in Dante's Hell
[6600 words]
[An "Urban Nucleus of Atlanta" story]
  1. Orbit 12 (Damon Knight)
    • New York: Putnam [ISBN 0-399-11101-8] [hc], Jul 1973; pp. 28 - 45
    • New York: Putnam [book club edition published by Doubleday] [hc], 1973
    • New York: Berkley Medallion 02409 [ISBN 0-425-02409-1] [pb], Mar 1974 ($.95); pp. 37 - 56







  2. Best SF: 1973 (Harry Harrison & Brian W. Aldiss)
    (incorrectly published as The Window in Dante's Hell)
    • New York: Berkley/Putnam [ISBN 0-399-11301-0] [hc], Jun 1974 ($6.95); pp. 179 - 197
    • New York: Berkley Medallion 02581 [ISBN 0-425-02581-0] [pb], Jun 1974 ($.95); pp. 196 - 214
    • [Note: The Windows in Dante's Hell is omitted from the following edition]
      [as The Year's Best Science Fiction No. 7]
      London: Sphere 4381 [ISBN 0-7221-4361-3] [pb], 1978



  3. [as Une Fenêtre dans l'Enfer de Dante]
    (incorrectly credited to "Michel Bishop" on the title page)
    [French translation by Michel Deutsch]
    Univers 05 (Yves Frémion)
    • Paris: J'ai Lu #665 [pb], May 1976














  4. Time of Passage (Joseph D. Olander & Martin H. Greenberg)
    • New York: Taplinger [ISBN 0-8008-7733-0] [hc], Sep 1978 ($9.95); pp. 76 - 93
    • London: Robert Hale [ISBN 0-7091-6848-9] [hc], Oct 1978 (£4.25); pp. 76 - 93













  5. Chapter Three of Catacomb Years (MB), Jan 1979; pp. 129 - 149















  6. [as Ein Fenster in Dantes Inferno]
    [German translation by Walter Brumm]
    Die Jahre in den Katakomben (MB), 1982; pp. 113 - 132















  7. [as Dante poklának ablakai]
    [Hungarian translation by Kóczián János]
    Galaktika #132 (Péter Kuczka)
    [Budapest: Móra], Sep 1991; pp. 84 - 91

Wished-For Belongings
[3200 words]

"Wished-For Belongings" has its moments, but, to be honest, it isn't an entirely successful story.  A rejection from Rust Hills at Esquire, in fact, indicated that what begins as an adept character study concludes in melodrama.  Nor did Hills think that the irony deployed to leaven the melodrama succeeded in doing that.  I admit, with a curse and a sigh, that these are fair criticisms.  I take some consolation — not much — in the portrait-from-life details that Jonathan Smith trots out in a voice that is consistent in both style and tone from start to finish, as well as in the O. Henry-ish conclusion. — from Introduction to Emphatically Not SF, Almost



  1. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (Cathleen Jordan)
    [New York: Davis Publications, ISSN 0002-5224], Dec 1982 ($1.50); pp. 132 - 140 [illustrated by Hank Blaustein]














  2. [Japanese translation]
    Hayakawa's Mystery Magazine #361 (Kunihiko Sugano)
    [Tokyo: Hayakawa Publishing Inc.], May 1986














  3. Emphatically Not SF, Almost (MB), Dec 1990; pp. 27 - 36

With a Little Help from Her Friends
[9500 words]

As a teenager in the late 1960s, Eleanor Riggins was teased by her classmates with a cruel rephrasing of the Beatle song "Eleanor Rigby".  As an adult missionary in South America, she was kipnapped, raped, and tortured — and had her lips sewn shut with fishing line for playing Beatle tunes on her harmonica.  As a recovering torture victim in an Atlanta treatment facility, her "Queen for a Day" wish is issued as a press release — a special request that catches the attention of septuagenarians Paul, George, and Ringo.

I first heard the Beatles melodiously caterwauling “I Saw Her Standing There” in Payne Hall, a dilapidated dormitory on the University of Georgia campus, in December 1963.  Life changed.  The Brits invaded.  If you weren’t the Beach Boys, the Supremes, or James Brown, you had better hail from the British Isles or you couldn’t get no airplay, much less no satisfaction.
Oddly, I didn’t write the first of my own rock ’n’ roll sf stories until 1983, two-plus years after John Lennon fell to a murderer’s bullet outside the Dakota apartment building in New York City.  Ed Ferman featured “With a Little Help from Her Friends” as lead novelette in the February 1984 issue of F&SF, with a striking quasi-psychedelic cover by Ron Walotsky.  I revised it late in 2000 for an eight-story packet of electronic offerings from Fictionwise.com, and, in 200l, Carl-Eddy Skovgaard translated this new version into Danish along with two other stories, “Saving Face” and “The Bob Dylan Tambourine Software & Satori Support Services Consortium, Ltd.”  George Harrison’s death of brain cancer in October 2001 shatters it as prediction, of course, but I never saw it as prophecy, preferring to view it as a parallel-timeline tribute and eulogy.  Besides, its real protagonist is Eleanor Riggins-Galvez.
  — from Afterword to Brighten to Incandescence



  1. Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction #393 (Edward L. Ferman)
    [Cornwall CT: Mercury Press, ISSN 0024-984X], Feb 1984; pp. 5 - 26 [cover illustrated by Ron Walotsky]













  2. [German translation by Michael K. Iwoleit]
    Der Drachenheld [Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction #72] (Ronald M. Hahn)
    • Munich: Heyne SF 4208 [ISBN 3-453-31182-5] [pb], 1985 (DM 7,80)












  3. [as Un aiuto dagli amici]
    [Italian translation by Stefano Carducci]
    Il secondo libro dell'infinito (Ugo Malaguti)
    • Bologna: Perseo Libri [Nova SF a. II (XX) n. 6 (48)] [pb], Jun 1986 (Lire 15.000); pp. 207 - 235 [illustrated by Brian Froud]











  4. [as Con una ayudita de sus amigos]
    [Spanish translation by José Óscar Coire]
    Cuasar #12 (Luis Pestarini)
    [Buenos Aires: Cuasar], Apr 1987











  5. [as Con una ayudita de sus amigos]
    [Spanish translation by José Óscar Coire]
    Axxón #3 (Eduardo Carletti)
    [Ituzaingó (Argentina): Axxón], Dec 1989; pp. 112 -



  6. [as Med lidt hjælp fra vennerne; revised]
    [Danish translation by Niels Dalgaard]
    Med lidt hjælp fra vennerne (Carl-Eddy Skovgaard)
    • Copenhagen: Science Fiction Cirklen [ISBN 87-90592-05-0] [pb], 2001; pp. 5 - 42












  7. [revised]
    Brighten to Incandescence (MB), Jun 2003; pp. 46 - 67

Within the Walls of Tyre
[10500 words]
  1. Weirdbook 13 (W. Paul Ganley)
    [Buffalo NY: Weirdbook Publications], Spring 1978 ($5.00); pp. 37 - 47
    [Note: This magazine was also issued in a 130-copy cloth hardbound edition]










  2. The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series VI (Gerald W. Page)
    • New York: DAW Books UE1387 [#297] [ISBN 0-87997-387-0] [pb], Jul 1978 ($1.75); pp. 180 - 206















  3. The Year's Finest Fantasy, Volume 2 (Terry Carr)
    • New York: Berkley/Putnam [ISBN 0-399-12327-X] [hc], Jul 1979 ($12.50); pp. 39 - 65
    • New York: Berkley 04155 [ISBN 0-425-04155-7] [pb], Jul 1979 ($1.95); pp. 43 - 73









  4. A Treasury of Modern Fantasy (Terry Carr & Martin H. Greenberg)
    • New York: Avon 77115 [ISBN 0-380-77115-2] [trade pb], Mar 1981 ($8.95); pp. 565 - 588
    • [as Masters of Fantasy]
      New York: Galahad [ISBN 0-883-65786-4] [hc], Aug 1992 ($9.98); pp. 489 - 512
    • [as Masters of Fantasy]
      New York: Bristol Park Books [ISBN 0-88486-094-9] [trade pb], Oct 1994 ($12.95); pp. 489 - 512



  5. One Winter in Eden (MB), Jan 1984; pp. 151 - 180
















  6. [as Les murailles de Tyr]
    [French translation by Jean-Daniel Brèque]
    Arachne (Jean-Daniel Brèque)
    • Dunkerque, France: Antares (Arachne #1) [no ISBN] [trade pb], Summer 1984 (35 FF); pp. 47 - 79











  7. [as Hinter den Mauern von Tyros]
    [German translation by Hans Maeter]
    Traumreich der Magie (Terry Carr & Martin H. Greenberg)
    • Munich: Heyne SF 4254 [ISBN 3-453-31262-7] [pb], 1985 (DM 12,80)













  8. The Dark Descent (David G. Hartwell)
    • New York: Tor [Tom Doherty Associates] [ISBN 0-312-93035-6] [hc], Oct 1987 ($29.95); pp. 410 - 430
    • Camp Hill PA: Quality Paperback Book Club [no ISBN] [trade pb], Aug 1988 ($12.95); pp. 410 - 430
    • [as The Dark Descent: The Medusa in the Shield]
      London: Grafton; Nov 1990; pp. 139 - 160
      1. [ISBN 0-246-13750-9] [hardcover] (£12.99)
      2. [ISBN 0-246-13751-7] [trade paperback] (£7.99)
    • [as The Dark Descent: The Medusa in the Shield]
      London: Grafton 21429 [ISBN 0-586-21429-1] [pb], Oct 1991 (£4.99)
    • [as The Medusa in the Shield]
      New York: Tor [Tom Doherty Associates] 50966 [ISBN 0-812-50966-8] [pb], Nov 1991 ($4.99); pp. 186 - 215
    • New York: Tor [Tom Doherty Associates] [ISBN -312-86217-2] [trade pb], Feb 1997 ($27.95); pp. 410 - 430




















  9. Adapted into the screenplay Within the Walls of Tyre, Jun 1989
















  10. [as Tras las murallas de Tiro]
    [Spanish translation by Albert Solé]
    El Gran Libro del Terror (David G. Hartwell)
    • Barcelona: Martínez Roca [ISBN 84-270-1366-3] [trade pb]; Nov 1989













  11. [as Dentro le mura di Tiro]
    [Italian translation by Grazia Alineri]
    Il colore del male: I capolavori dei maestri dell'horror (David G. Hartwell)
    • Milan: Armenia Editore [ISBN 88-344-0406-8] [trade pb] Nov 1989 (Lire 30.000); pp. 380 - 398
    • Milan: Euroclub [hc]; Sep 1990; pp. 380 - 398
    • Milan: Armenia Editore [ISBN 88-344-1606-6] [hc]; Nov 2003 (€ 24,50); pp. 380 - 398



















  12. [as Ricordo di un amore]
    [Italian translation by Gianni Pilo]
    I mille volti del terrore (Gerald W. Page)
    • Rome: Newton & Compton [I Nuovi Best-seller 9] [ISBN 88-7983-705-2] [pb], Nov 1994 (Lire 6.900); pp. 187 - 214
    • Rome: Newton & Compton [I Big Newton 82] [ISBN 88-8289-726-5] [pb], May 2002 (€ 9.90); pp. 187 - 214




  13. [as Lithopedion (The Stone Child)]
    [Japanese translation by Masaki Yoshino]
    Lithopedion
    • Tokyo: Bungeisha Co. [ISBN 978-4-286-04740-9] [trade pb with dustjacket], May 2008 (¥1000); 99 pp.












  14. The Century's Best Horror, Volume Two: 1951-2000 (John Pelan)
    • Baltimore MD: Cemetery Dance Publications [ISBN 978-1-58767-172-2] [hc], Jan 2012 ($75.00); pp. 401 - 424











  15. The Door Gunner and Other Perilous Flights of Fancy (MB) (Michael H. Hutchins, ed.), Feb 2012; pp. 139 - 161











Yesterday's Hostage
[9900 words]

While visiting the museum of medieval torture in Rothenburg-ob-der-Tauber, Germany, Rodgers accidentally stabbed Gisel with his pen — twice.  The volatile relationship they cultivated during their brief time together came to a tragic bloody end ... and has haunted him since.  Seven years later, Rodgers is back in the little German hotel where it happened, not knowing what to expect or even why he is there, only that he must face his memory of Gisel.



  1. Dying For It (Gardner Dozois)
    • New York: HarperPrism 105361 [ISBN 0-06-105361-9] [trade pb], Oct 1997 ($13.00); pp. 187 - 210
    • New York: HarperPrism [book club edition published by Doubleday] [ISBN 1-56865-585-1] [hc], Feb 1998 ($); pp. 187 - 210

The Yukio Mishima Cultural Association of Kudzu Valley, Georgia
[3400 words]
[A "Kudzu Valley" story]
  1. Basilisk (Ellen Kushner) [illustrated by T. Windling]
    • New York: Ace 04820 [ISBN 0-441-04820-X] [pb], Aug 1980 ($2.25); pp. 178 - 193
    • New York: Ace 05080 [ISBN 0-441-05080-8] [pb], May 1984 ($2.50); pp. 178 - 193












  2. One Winter in Eden (MB), Jan 1984; pp. 84 - 93
















  3. [as Asociación cultural Yukio Mishima de Kuzdu Valley, Georgia]
    [Spanish translation by Francisco Arellano]
    Los Mejores relatos de fantasía II (Ellen Kushner)
    • Barcelona: Ediciones Martínez Roca (Fantasy #6) [ISBN 84-270-0994-1] [pb], Nov 1985














  4. [Japanese translation by Yoichi Shimada]
    S-F Magazine #392
    [Tokyo: Hayakawa Publishing Inc.], Apr 1990; pp. 62 - 71 [illustrated by Sumio Tsunoda]













  5. Crossroads: Tales of the Southern Literary Fantastic (F. Brett Cox & Andy Duncan)
    • New York: Tor [Tom Doherty Associates] [ISBN 0-765-30813-4] [hc], Aug 2004 ($24.95); pp. 223 - 234
    • New York: Tor [Tom Doherty Associates] [ISBN 0-765-30814-2] [trade pb], Jul 2005 ($15.95); pp. 223 - 234










  6. The Door Gunner and Other Perilous Flights of Fancy (MB) (Michael H. Hutchins, ed.), Feb 2012; pp. 175 - 183

000-00-0000
[3400 words]

You have been coerced into attending a theater showing an animated documentary about the history of mathematical place holders in the affairs of human beings.



  1. Last Wave #5 (Scott Edelman)
    [Framingham MA: Scott Edelman], Winter 1986 ($3.00); pp. 6 - 17















  2. At the City Limits of Fate (MB), Aug 1996; pp. 17 - 28

















  3. [Spanish (Castilian) translation by Maria Fernandez Gutierrez]
    En los suburbios del destino (MB), Jun 2010, pp. 23 - 32













 

Some information for translated reprints was provided by the following:

  1. Jean-Marc Soucy Jr. [French]
  2. Jussi T. Vainikainen [Finnish]
  3. sf.marseille@hol.fr [French]
  4. Mark Huenken [German]
  5. Bibliographie deutschsprachiger SF-Stories und Bücher [German Website]
  6. Juan Jose Parera through Joan Manel Ortiz [Spanish]
  7. Ernesto Vegetti [Italian]
  8. Catalogo Sf, Fantasy e Horror [Italian Website]
  9. Terminus Trantor [Spanish Website]
  10. Encyclopedia Fantastica [Dutch Website]
  11. Japanese Translation List [Japanese Website]
  12. Revues SF [French Website]

Compiled by Michael H. Hutchins

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