Going for InfinityPoul Anderson
science fiction, short stories
More than just a collection of some of Poul Anderson's most acclaimed works, Going for Infinity is both a celebration and a memoir of Anderson's distinguished sixty-year career in science fiction and fantasy.
Alongside several Hugo and Nebula Award-winning stories, Anderson also shares autobiographical musings and fond memories as he looks back at a lifetime spent crafting many of science fiction's most memorable adventures
From the moons of Saturn to the shores of an enchanted isle, the astounding breadth of Poul Anderson's imagination is on ample display throughout this once-in-a-lifetime collection, along with a personal glimpse into the man himself.
- The Saturn Game
- Sam Hall
- Death and the Knight
- Journeys End
- The Horn of Time the Hunter (aka Homo Aquaticus)
- The Master Key
- The Problem of Pain
- Three Hearts and Three Lions (excerpt)
- Dead Phone (with Karen Anderson)
- Goat Song
- A Midsummer Tempest
- The Shrine for Lost Children
- The Queen of Air and Darkness
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.