100 Great Science Fiction Short Stories

100 Great Science Fiction Short Stories


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100 Great Science Fiction Short Stories
100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories
Contents

Introduction: The Science Fiction Blowgun by IsaacAsimov
Isaac Asimov. A Loint of Paw
C. M. Kornbluth. The Advent on Channel Twelve
Larry Niven. Plaything
Charles E. Fritch. The Misfortune Cookie
Bill Pronzini. I Wish I May, I Wish I Might
George R. R. Martin. FTA
Jerome Bixby. Trace
Ambrose Bierce. The Ingenious Patriot
Edward D. Hoch. Zoo
Alexei Panshin. The Destiny of Milton Gomrath
Martin Gardner. The Devil and the Trombone
Steven Utley. Upstart
Gregory Benford. How It All Went
Richard Wilson. Harry Protagonist, Brain-Drainer
Robert F. Young. Peeping Tommy
Robert Sheckley. Starting from Scratch
Roger Zelazny. Corrida
Damon Knight. Shall the Dust Praise Thee?
R. Bretnor. Bug-Getter
Frederik Pohl. The Deadly Mission of Phineas Snodgrass
Laurence M. Janifer. Fire Sale
Larry Niven. Safe at Any Speed
James Blish. The Masks
Joanna Russ. Innocence
Richard Wilson. Kin
Ray Russell. The Long Night
Edward Wellen. Sanity Clause
Charles E. Fritch. If at First You Don’t Succeed, to Hell with It!
Laurence M. Janifer and Donald E. Westlake. The Question
Robert Sheckley. The Perfect Woman
Ben Bova. The System
Isaac Asimov. Exile to Hell
Barry N. Malzberg and Bill Pronzini. Inaugural
Fred Saberhagen. Martha
Fritz Leiber. Kindergarten
Karen Anderson. Landscape with Sphinxes
Bob Shaw. The Happiest Day of Your Life
William F. Nolan. The Worlds of Monty Willson
Frederik Pohl. Punch
Henry Slesar. Doctor
Dannie Plachta. The Man from When
Edward Rager. Crying Willow
Barry N. Malzberg. January 1975
Hayford Peirce. Mail Supremacy
Larry Niven. Mistake
Jeffrey S. Hudson and Isaac Asimov. Half-Baked Publisher ’s Delight
Walter S. Tevis. Far from Home
James Sutherland. Swords of Ifthan
Joe L. Hensley. Argent Blood
Roger Zelazny. Collector ’s Fever
Duane Ackerson. Sign at the End of the Universe
Stephen Goldin. Stubborn
Robert E. Toomey, Jr.The Re -Creation
Ray Russell. The Better Man
Martin Gardner. Oom
Henry Slesar. Merchant
Richard Wilson. Don’t Fence Me In
Alfred Bester. The Die-hard
Anthony Boucher. The First
Damon Knight. Eripmav
Robert Sheckley. Feeding Time
Nelson Bond. The Voice from the Curious Cube
F. M. Busby. I ’m Going to Get You
Ray Russell. The Room
Bill Pronzini. Dry Spell
William Rotsler. Bohassian Learns
Anthony Boucher. Star Bride
Maggie Nadler. Latest Feature
Henry Slesar. Chief
Grant Carrington. After You ’ve Stood on the Log at the Center of the Universe, What Is There Left to Do?
Damon Knight. Maid to Measure
Isaac Asimov. Eyes Do More Than See
Martin Gardner. T hang
Bill Pronzini. How Now Purple Cow
Dannie Plachta. Revival Meeting
Keith Laumer. Prototaph
C. M. Kornbluth. The Rocket of 1955
E. Michael Blake. Science Fiction for Telepaths
James E. Gunn. Kindergarten
Paul Dellinger. A Little Knowledge
Lee Killough. A Cup of Hemlock
Thomas F. Monteleone. Present Perfect
Robert T. Kurosaka. A Lot to Learn
James E. Thompson. The Amphibious Cavalry Gap
Robert L. Fish. Not Counting Bridges
Bruce McAllister. The Man Inside
Paul Bond. The Mars Stone
Mildred D. Broxon. Source Material
Alan E. Nourse. The Compleat Consummators
Henry Slesar. Examination Day
Ralph Milne Farley. The Man Who Could Turn Back the Clock
Daniel A. Darlington. Patent Rights
Dave Bischoff. The Sky ’s an Oyster; the Stars Are Pearls
Walt Liebscher. Alien Cornucopia
Edward D. Hoch. The Last Paradox
Richard Wilson. Course of Empire
James E. Thompson. Synchronicity
Stephen Goldin. Sweet Dreams, Melissa
R. Bretnor. The Man on Top
K. W. MacAnn. Rejection Slip
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My name is Ellie Levitskaya. I was born and raised in the heart of Siberia. My native town is Irkutsk. I was born on the 5th of September in 1980. So, now I am 33 years old.

My parents are lawyers. And they wanted to see me in this profession as well. My mother’s name is Tatiana. She is 57. My father’s name is George. He is 59. I am an only child in the family.

I studied in a local linguistic school. I was an excellent pupil. And I loved my teachers very much. They made learning fun. May be because of the example of my teachers I decided to become one of them. But I got older, and goals changed and I didn’t pursue that path. After finishing school I entered the linguistic university. There I studied well and many times I was sent abroad to improve my skills in foreign languages.

So, I became an interpreter and a writer. I worked in a local English paper. I had to write notes about the development of the languages, the latest news in this field, everything what is interesting about English. The part I loved most about my job was communication. Every day I met different people. They helped me know more about other life, learnt something.

I was still active in travelling abroad. In one of this journey I met my future husband. So, we got married in 2004. I became a daycare provider. Now we have a son. He is 4 years old. My husband is a doctor. He works much. I enjoyed being home with my son. But at one time I wanted to have an opportunity to work and use my knowledge again. My husband has got a better place in another city – in Moscow. So, we have to move. I was happy. Now we live on the outskirts of the city. I have found a job in the University. So, I have fulfilled the dream of my childhood.

12.09.2012 Ellie Levitskaya

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