Gatewaysby Elizabeth Anne Hull
Edited by Elizabeth Anne Hull.
An anthology of new, original award-caliber stories by bestselling SF authors inspired by SF great Frederik Pohl
It isn’t easy to get a group of bestselling SF authors to write new stories for an anthology, but that’s what Elizabeth Anne Hull has done in this powerhouse book. With original, captivating tales by Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, Ben Bova, David Brin, Cory Doctorow, Joe Haldeman, Harry Harrison, Larry Niven, Vernor Vinge, Gene Wolfe, and others, and a poem by Neil Gaiman, Gateways is a science fiction event that will be a must-buy for science fiction readers of all tastes, from the traditional to the cutting-edge; from the darkly serious to the laugh-out-loud funny.
These authors have two things in common. They all have enviable careers; and they all respect and admire Frederik Pohl.
In a career dating back to 1939, Pohl has won all the awards science fiction has to offer: Hugos, Nebulas, the SFWA Grand Master Award. Having written more than two million words of fiction and edited the groundbreaking Star anthologies and Hugo Award–winning magazines and books, Pohl is an SF icon. This anthology is a treasure of brilliant, entertaining SF stories, and a tribute to Pohl’s stature in the field.
Details updated August 26, 2021
Elizabeth Anne Hull, PhD (born 1937), is an American academic, political activist and science fiction expert.
She is Professor Emerita of William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, Illinois, where she taught English for over 30 years. She was born in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, and educated at Illinois State University (1954–55); City Colleges of Chicago (A.A., 1965); Northwestern University and Loyola University (M.A., 1970, Ph.D., 1975).
In 1993, Hull was regional judge for the National Council of Teachers of English Achievement Awards in Writing.
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