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Northern stars : the anthology of Canadian science fiction

Author: David G Hartwell; Glenn Grant
Publisher: New York : Thor : Distributed by St. Martin's Press in the United States, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Two novels and 25 short stories comprise this anthology of Canadian science fiction. David Duncan's Under Another Moon describes a world in which females become male with age, Mother Lode by Phyllis Gotlieb is on the employment of giant space creatures for ore mining, and Jean-Louis Trudel's Remember, the Dead Say portrays a Muslim invasion of America.
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Genre/Form: Science fiction
Short stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David G Hartwell; Glenn Grant
ISBN: 0312857470 9780312857479
OCLC Number: 30593168
Notes: "A Tom Doherty Associates book."
Description: 383 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction / Glenn Grant --
We have met the alien (and it is us) / Judith Merril --
A niche / Peter Watts --
Mother Lode / Phyllis Gotlieb --
Home by the sea / Elisabeth Vonarburg --
Under another moon / Dave Duncan --
Remember, the dead say / Jean-Louis Trudel --
One / Heather Spears --
The loneliness of the long-distance writer / Lesley Choyce --
User friendly / Spider Robinson --
Distant signals / Andrew Weiner --
The woman who is the midnight wind / Terence M. Green --
The winter market / William Gibson --
The byrds / Michael G. Coney --
Soluble-fish / Joel Champetier --
Memetic drift / Glenn Grant --
The reckoning of gifts / James Alan Gardner --
The cauldron / Donald M. Kingsbury --
Happy days in Old Chernobyl / Claude-Michel Prevost --
Pity the monsters / Charles de Lint --
Carpe Diem / Eileen Kernaghan --
Xils / Esther Rochon --
Stolen fires / Yves Meynard --
Retrieval / John Park --
Outport / Garfield Reeves-Stevens --
Just like old times / Robert J. Sawyer --
Stardust Boulevard / Daniel Sernine --
Ballads in 3/4 time / Robert Charles Wilson --
(Learning about) Machine sex / Candas Jane Dorsey --
Towards a real speculative literature: writer as asymptote / Candas Jane Dorsey.
Responsibility: edited by David G. Hartwell and Glenn Grant.

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Two novels and 25 short stories comprise this anthology of Canadian science fiction. David Duncan's Under Another Moon describes a world in which females become male with age, Mother Lode by Phyllis Gotlieb is on the employment of giant space creatures for ore mining, and Jean-Louis Trudel's Remember, the Dead Say portrays a Muslim invasion of America.

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