SF's new dimensions are mostly inward. These original stories transcend gadgetry to deal with the effects of extrapolative...

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NEW DIMENSIONS II

SF's new dimensions are mostly inward. These original stories transcend gadgetry to deal with the effects of extrapolative technology on the way people live with others and with themselves. The best include Joanna Russ' group marriage in a future where the fate of the stupid is loneliness, James Tiptree's alien who discovers that earthlings are beautiful people, Barry Malzberg's murderous cancer cure, and Gordon Eklund's android who knows all the kinks of intolerance. Stimulating.

Pub Date: Nov. 17, 1972

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1972