None So Blindby Joe Haldeman
An award-winning visionary and true master of worlds and wonders, the man whom author David Brin calls "one of the nest prophetic writers of our times" once again demonstrates the breathtaking scope and startling power of his imagination – transporting the reader across space and time, into the heart of darkness and the soul of madness.
From the spinetingling account of an intergalactic poacher's rite of passage, to an erotic and ultimately uplifting modern fable of inner scars and otherworldly transformation, here are fifteen remarkable tales and "story poems" – featuring four HUGO and NEBULA Award-winners, including the classic novella THE HEMINGWAY HOAX. These are stories that sing with a unique and haunting voice – stories of war's monsters, of brutal art and lost stars... and a brief, miraculous moment called childhood, when a young girl can actually fly.
- Introduction: What You Don't Know Can't Hurt You
- Job Security
- The Hemingway Hoax
- The Monster
- If I Had the Wings of an Angel
- The Cure
- None So Blind
- The Homecoming (poem) (aka Homecoming)
- Fire, Ice (poem)
- Time Lapse (poem)
- DX (poem)
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Joe William Haldeman (born 1943) is an American science fiction author. His most famous novel is The Forever War, inspired by his Vietnam experiences, which won both the Hugo and Nebula Awards.
Joe Haldeman is the brother of Jack C. Haldeman II.
Joe Haldeman. Wikipedia.
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