The Best of Poul AndersonPoul Anderson
science fiction, short stories
- Recollecting Anderson (essay by Barry N. Malzberg)
- Introduction by Poul Anderson
- The Longest Voyage (1960)
- The Barbarian (1956)
- The Last of the Deliverers (1958)
- My Object All Sublime (1961)
- Sam Hall (1953)
- Kyrie (1968)
- The Fatal Fulfillment (1970)
- Hiding Place (1961)
- The Sky People (1959)
IN A WORLD JUST BEYOND TOMORROW...
A traveler from the stars becomes the unwilling oracle for a Stone-Age people and the pawn in a primitive power struggle.
A disaffected sociologist discovers that each of his dreams for the perfect society contains the seed of a nightmare.
The War of Judgment has thrown mankind back into the Dark Ages, where the blue-eyed marauding Sky People and their victims face off in a struggle made desperate by the survival of twentieth-century technology.
Time travel provides one society with the perfect way to punish its criminals.
Poul Anderson (1926–2001) was born in Pennsylvania of Scandinavian stock. He started publishing science fiction in 1947 and became one the great figures in the genre, serving as President of the Science Fiction Writers of America, winning many Hugo and Nebula awards, and also winning the Gandalf (Grand Master) Award.