Will the Last Person To Leave the Planet Please Shut Off the Sun?

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Macmillan, 15.07.1994 - 368 Seiten
This first collection of short fiction from Resnick ( Second Contact ) features several of his most popular stories and an array of less distinguished work. Standouts include "Kirinyaga" and "For I Have Touched the Sky," two installments from Resnick's well-regarded Kirinyaga series, set on an orbital space habitat modeled on a pre-colonial African culture
 

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Mike Resnick is a prolific science fiction novelist, a distinguished SF anthologist, and the author of tales about the galaxy’s deadliest assassin, its finest brothel, its most powerful telepath, and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Kirinyaga
7
Me and My Shadow
31
Mrs Hood Unloads
51
Over There
57
The Last Dog
85
King of the Blue Planet
95
Watching Marcia
111
Death Is an Acquired Trait
125
Posttime in Pink
217
Beachcomber
249
Blue
255
Stalking the Unicorn with Gun and Camera
261
Monsters of the Midway
271
Malish
279
The Light That Blinds the Claws That Catch
285
His Awardwinning ScienceFiction Story
295

The Crack in the Cosmic Egg
133
Have Touched the Sky
151
Frankie the Spook
183
Beibermanns Soul
203
Balance
209
Was It Good for You Too?
309
God and Mr Slatterman
317
The Fallen Angel
327
Winter Solstice
339
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Über den Autor (1994)

Mike Resnick is the author of more than 40 science fiction novels, a dozen collections, over 150 short stories, and a pair of screenplays, He has also edited more than 30 anthologies. He was won 4 Hugos, and been nominated for 24 of them (second-highest total of any writer in history). He's also a Nebula winner, and has won major awards for his science fiction in America, France, Japan, Poland, Croatia and Spain. His work has been translated into 22 languages. Mike is a very popular speaker and sought-after Guest of Honor and Toastmaster on the science fiction convention circuit, and he has also written and/or edited three non-fiction books for hopeful science fiction writers.

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