Redshift: Extreme Visions of Speculative Fiction

Redshift Extreme Visions of Speculative Fiction This landmark anthology presents thirty groundbreaking stories from the masters of speculative fiction heralding the future of the genre with original and revolutionary works All new original stories
  • Title: Redshift: Extreme Visions of Speculative Fiction
  • Author: Al Sarrantonio Ray Lundgren James Patrick Kelly Harry Turtledove P. D. Cacek Stephen Baxter Paul Di Filippo Gregory Benford
  • ISBN: 9780451459046
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
  • Redshift: Extreme Visions of Speculative Fiction
    This landmark anthology presents thirty groundbreaking stories from the masters of speculative fiction heralding the future of the genre with original and revolutionary works All new, original stories by Ursula K Le Guin Gregory Benford Joe Haldeman Joyce Carol Oates and many othersOn K2 with Kanakaredes by Dan SimmonsThe Building by Ursula K Le GuinFroggiThis landmark anthology presents thirty groundbreaking stories from the masters of speculative fiction heralding the future of the genre with original and revolutionary works All new, original stories by Ursula K Le Guin Gregory Benford Joe Haldeman Joyce Carol Oates and many othersOn K2 with Kanakaredes by Dan SimmonsThe Building by Ursula K Le GuinFroggies by Laura WhittonWhat We Did That Summer by Kathe Koja and Barry N MalzbergA Slow Saturday Night at the Surrealist Sporting Club by Michael MoorcockIn Xanadu by Thomas M DischCommencement by Joyce Carol OatesUnique Visitors by James Patrick KellyBIack TuIip by Harry TurtledoveBelief by P D CacekIn the Un Black by Stephen BaxterWeeping Walls by Paul Di FilippoAnomalies by Gregory BenfordCaptive Kong by Kit ReedFeedback by Robert E VardemanBetween Disappearances by Nina Kiriki HoffmanResurrection by David MorrellCleopatra Brimstone by Elizabeth HandBurros Gone Bad by Peter SchneiderPockets by Rudy Rucker and John ShirleyAve de Paso by Catherine AsaroRoad Kill by Joe HaldemanTing a Ling by Jack Dann Bassador by Catherine WellsSsoroghod s People by Larry NivenTwo Shot by Michael Marshall SmithBilly the Fetus by Al SarrantonioViewpoint by Gene WolfeFungi by Ardath MayharRhido Wars by Neal Barrett, Jr.
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  • Al Sarrantonio Ray Lundgren James Patrick Kelly Harry Turtledove P. D. Cacek Stephen Baxter Paul Di Filippo Gregory Benford

    Al Sarrantonio born May 25, 1952, in New York City is an American horror and science fiction author who has published, over the past thirty years, than forty books and sixty short stories He has also edited numerous anthologies and has been called a master anthologist by Booklist entry Al Sarrantonio

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  • Lame, bloated and derivative That said, the second half of the collection is twice as good as the first Books like this give anthologies a bad name Come to think of it, I m often disappointed than not with collections.Stories worth reading Black Tulip , In the Un Black , Resurrection , Cleopatra Brimstone , Bassador , and Fungi A couple others were cute, but like extended puns or jokes than real stories.That said, three was a gift.


  • I gave this compilation 5 stars for one reason only my wife pen name at the time, Laura Whitton has a short story included It has been reviewed well, and I am privy to the full length novel she is writing part of a trilogy to expand the world of Froggies.


  • On K2 with Kanakaredes 2001 novelette by Dan SimmonsThe Building 2001 shortstory by Ursula K Le GuinFroggies 2001 novelette by Laura WhittonWhat We Did That Summer 2001 shortstory by Kathe Koja and Barry N MalzbergA Slow Saturday Night at the Surrealist Sporting Club 2001 shortstory by Michael MoorcockIn Xanadu 2001 shortstory by Thomas M DischCommencement 2001 novelette by Joyce Carol OatesUnique Visitors 2001 shortstory by James Patrick KellyBlack Tulip 2001 novelette by Harry TurtledoveBelief [...]


  • Hardcover from bookcloseouts This collection includes On K2 with Kanakaredes by Dan SimmonsThe Building by Ursula LeGuinFroggies by Laura WhittonWhat We Did That Summer by Kathy Koja and Barry MalzbergA Slow Saturday Night at the Surrealist Sporting Club by Michael MoorcockIn Xanadu by Thomas M DischCommencement by Joyce Carol OatesUnique Vistors by James Patrick KellyBlack Tulip by Harry TurtledoveBelief by P.D CacekIn the Un Black by Stephen BaxterWeeping Walls by Paul Di FilippoAnomalies by G [...]


  • It s worth pointing out that 2 stars on is It was ok So that s the version of meh which is what this book gets Like many collections of short stories across many genres this one set itself up for greatness by proudly touting some of the biggest names in the industry on its cover To make it s build up that much worse, Sarrantonio went through the trouble of talking about the great Dangerous Visions collection by Harlan Ellison which is arguably the greatest collection of short stories ever compil [...]


  • I m not a big fan of short stories they lack the depth of novels but there are some good ones in Redshift, In the Un Black by Stephen Baxter being my favorite new one I ve got a book by Baxter sitting on my shelf right now, unread and On K2 with Kanakaredes by Dan Simmons an excellent re read Simmons Prayers to Broken Stones is hands down the best book of short stories I ve read.


  • This large book of short stories was subtitled extreme visions of speculative fiction For some reason I was hoping for Science Fiction, but got fantasy and not much of it that extreme Some of the stories were good, some were even interesting Science Fiction I finally finished it after picking at it for a few months with an eh August 30, 2005


  • Collectively a good mix of stories spanning speculative genres Some you will have encountered before, or read similar takes on the themes here If you are looking for a set to read in short bursts, it is a good choice.



  • Amazing collection of varied writers here Well worth the purchase for Dan Simmon s story On K2 with Kanakaredes.


  • Somewhat unimpressive anthology without much sense of coherence certainly not extreme in any meaningful way Mammoth anthologies tend to do this sort of thing so much better.



  • DNFed at 200 pages because I couldn t find anything exciting and memorable, despite the title promising extreme visions and weird stuff Might be worth a reread now that some time has passed.


  • so far, so good.This has some really touching short stories in it More later Resurrection is an emotional family tale about the love between a son and a father.



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