THE BEST FROM FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION: 20th Series by Edward -- Ed. Ferman

THE BEST FROM FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION: 20th Series

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The venerable magazine Fantasy and Science Fiction is probably the best of the pulps and the latest in its series of the best of the best lives up to expectations. There's Pohl's much reprinted gem about the sudden fame of a lifelong failure; Eisenstein's neatly crafted fantasy about a young minstrel with a peculiar talent; MacLennan's evocation of an alien culture and its disastrous impact on a marooned explorer; a shaggy barnyard story by the too long absent Alfred Bester; and more. No surprises but solid.

Pub Date: Nov. 9th, 1973
Publisher: Doubleday