Archive | Merril

Following on from the Bleiler/Dikty anthologies of the 50s, Merril’s anthology straddled the 50s/60s. Variously titled paperback reprints make up my collection, which is still missing two of the early volumes…

The Seventh Annual of the Year's Best SF. Judith Merril. Simon & Schuster 1962

The Seventh Annual of the Year’s Best SF. Judith Merril. Simon & Schuster 1962

Conrad Aiken. Oneiromachia. Kaatje Hurlbut. A Passage from the Stars. George P. Elliott. Among the Dangs. Robert Beverly Hale. Immediately ...
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The Sixth Annual of the Year's Best SF. Judith Merril. Simon & Schuster 1961

The Sixth Annual of the Year’s Best SF. Judith Merril. Simon & Schuster 1961

Holley Cantine. Double, Double, Toil and Trouble. Bernard Wolfe. The Never Ending Penny. Ward Moore. The Fellow Who Married the ...
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The Fifth Annual of the Year's Best SF. Judith Merril. Simon & Schuster 1960

The Fifth Annual of the Year’s Best SF. Judith Merril. Simon & Schuster 1960

Damon Knight. The Handler. Jack Finney. The Other Wife. Avram Davidson. No Fire Burns. Cordwainer Smith. No, No, Not Rogov! ...
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Years Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy 4th Annual Volume. ed Judith Merril. Dell, 1959

Years Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy 4th Annual Volume. ed Judith Merril. Dell, 1959

Carol Emshwiller. Pelt. The POV character is the hunting dog of a human who is currently on an ice planet, ...
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The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy Second Annual Volume ed Judith Merril 1957

The Year’s Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy Second Annual Volume ed Judith Merril 1957

John Bernard Daley The Man Who Liked Lions C.M. Kornbluth The Cosmic Expense Account Theodore L Thomas The Far Look ...
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