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KIRKUS REVIEW

The winners of the 1971 Nebulas, chosen by the Science Fiction Writers of America, along with the runners-up, a couple of critical essays (including Poul Anderson's intriguing typology of the kinds of science in science fiction), an in memoriam section and lists of past Nebula and Hugo awards. A splendid collection offering old masters like Anderson who has a new twist for the changeling legend and Katherine MacLean who manages to wring both suspense and emotion from a combination of juvenile delinquency, telepathy and the technology of underwater domes and newcomers like Stephen Goldin who mixes computers with the supernatural.

Pub Date: Dec. 20th, 1972
Publisher: Harper & Row