The New TomorrowsNorman Spinrad
science fiction, anthology
Edited by Norman Spinrad.
- Introduction: The New Tomorrows by Norman Spinrad
- Going Down Smooth by Robert Silverberg
- The Pleasure Garden of Felipe Sagittarius by Michael Moorcock (as by James Colvin)
- Driftglass by Samuel R. Delany
- Sending the Very Best by Edward Bryant
- The Garden of Delights by Langdon Jones
- Surface If You Can by Terry Champagne
- Masks by Damon Knight
- Pennies, Off a Dead Man's Eyes by Harlan Ellison
- 198-, a Tale of "Tomorrow" by John Sladek
- Flight Useless, Inexorable the Pursuit by Thomas M. Disch
- The Last Hurrah of the Golden Horde by Norman Spinrad
- Down the Up Escalation by Brian W. Aldiss
- Circularization of Condensed Conventional Straight-Line Word-Image Structures by Michael Butterworth
- The Definition by Bob Marsden
- The Jungle Rot Kid on the Nod by Philip José Farmer
Norman Spinrad (born 1940) is a science fiction icon and the author of more than twenty novels which have been translated into over a dozen languages. His 1969 novel, Bug Jack Barron, was nominated for the Hugo and Nebula Awards and his short fiction collection, The Star-Spangled Future, was a National Book Award finalist. He has also written screenplays for American television series, including the original Star Trek. He lives in New York.
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