Archive | Wollheim Carr

The Wollheim Carr series carried on for two volumes after the pair went their separate ways and set up their own long-running series.

Best Science Fiction for 1973. ed Forrest J. Ackerman. Ace, 1973.

Best Science Fiction for 1973. ed Forrest J. Ackerman. Ace, 1973.

Norman Spinrad. A Thing of Beauty. Robert Silverberg. What We Learned from this Morning's Newspaper. Philip Jose Farmer. Sevent Years ...
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Best Science Fiction for 1972. Frederik Pohl, Ace Books, 1972.

Best Science Fiction for 1972. Frederik Pohl, Ace Books, 1972.

'Continuing the famous Ace Series...' Larry Niven. Inconstant Moon. Ryu Mitsuse. The Sunset, 2217 AD. James Tiptree Jr. Mother in ...
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World's Best Science Fiction : 1971. Donald Wollheim/Terry Carr (eds), 1971

World’s Best Science Fiction : 1971. Donald Wollheim/Terry Carr (eds), 1971

Theodore Sturgeon Slow Sculpture Larry Niven Bird in the Hand Robert Silverberg Ishmael in Love Bob Shaw Invasion of Privacy ...
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World's Best Science Fiction : 1970. Donald Wollheim/Terry Carr (eds), 1970

World’s Best Science Fiction : 1970. Donald Wollheim/Terry Carr (eds), 1970

Richard Wilson A Man Spekith Robert Silverberg After the Myths Went Home Larry Niven Death By Ecstasy Alexei Panshin One ...
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World's Best Science Fiction : 1969. Donald Wollheim/Terry Carr (eds), 1969

World’s Best Science Fiction : 1969. Donald Wollheim/Terry Carr (eds), 1969

Robert Sheckley Street of Dreams, Feet of Clay Burt Filer Backtracked Poul Anderson Kyrie Robert Silverberg Going Down Smooth Brian ...
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