Cover of:  | Galaxy magazine., Galaxy magazine

Contributors

  • Editor
    Frederick Pohl
  • Jacket Design
    Roger Zimmerman

Time Waits For Winthrop

and Four Other Short Novels From Galaxy

First Edition

  • 2 Want to read

Published by Doubleday & Company Inc. in Garden City, N.Y .
Written in English.

About the Book

Doubleday Science Fiction

When a writer sits down to create a science fiction story, he can count very little help from his own concrete experience, for his business is exploring worlds we don't know. In none of these worlds is there much we can take for granted - all the common-places of daily life in them must be made explicit.

For this reason, among others, the short novel is the best length for a work of science fiction. It gives the writer space to develop the complexities of his ideas, examine its implications and make the unreal world of the story as familiar to the reader as his own.

Frederik Pohl, now editor of Galaxy Magazine and himself a master of science fiction, has put together a collection which shows how good this genre can be - and demonstrates the high quality of the material published by Galaxy

Table of Contents

Introduction Frederick Pohl 9
Time Waits for Winthrop William Tenn 15
Accidental Flight F. L. Wallace 81
To Marry Medusa Theodore Sturgeon 149
Natural State Damon Knight 221
Galley Slave Isaac Asimov 297

Classifications

Library of Congress
PZ1.G22 Ti

The Physical Object

Pagination
336 p.
Number of pages
336

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5854201M
Internet Archive
timewaitsforwint00gala
LC Control Number
62015318
OCLC/WorldCat
1810295
Library Thing
2277155

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