My 27 Favorite Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors


KEY
  1. first published fiction
  2. favorite story without time travel
  3. favorite time-travel story
  4. complete short stories

  1. Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864)
    1. The Hollow of the Three Hills” in the Salem Gazette (Nov 12, 1830)
    2. Hawthorne at Read Book Online (99 stories)

  2. Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)
    1. Bon Bon” in the Philadelphia Sunday Courier (Dec 1, 1832)
    2. A Tale of the Ragged Mountains
    3. Poe at Read Book Online (67 stories)

  3. Hermann Melville (1819-1891)
    1. Typee: A Peep at Polynesian Life (1846)

  4. Jules Verne (1828-1905)
    1. Master Zacharius or The Clockmaker Who Lost His Soul” in Musée (Apr/May 1854)
    2. Topsy-Turvy, a.k.a. The Purchase of the North Pole
    3. Verne at Read Book Online (8 stories)

  5. Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914)
    1. “The Fiend’s Delight”(1873)
    2. “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge”

  6. H. Rider Haggard (1856-1925)
    1. King Solomon’s Mines (1885)

  7. Mark Twain (1859-1910)
    1. The Curious Republic of Gondour” in Atlantic Monthly (Oct 1875)
    2. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (not sf)
    3. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
    4. Twain at Read Book Online (129 stories)

  8. Robert Lewis Stevenson (1850-1894)
    1. “A Lodging for the Night” (1877)

  9. Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930)
    1. The American’s Tale” in London Society (Christmas Number, Dec 1879)
    2. Doyle at Read Book Online (146 stories, not complete)

  10. Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)
    1. The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes” in The Christmas Annual of the Civil & Military Gazette (1885)
    2. Puck of Pook’s Hill (collection)
    3. Kipling at Read Book Online (172 stories, not complete)

  11. Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
    1. The Happy Prince and Other Tales (May 1888)

  12. H. G. Wells (1866-1946)
    1. “A Tale of the Twentieth Century” in Science Schools Journal (May 1887)
    2. A Perfect Gentleman on Wheels” (not sf)
    3. The Time Machine
    4. The Complete Short Fiction of H.G. Wells (89 stories)

  13. Jack London (1876-1916)
    1. A Thousand Deaths” in the The Black Cat (May 1899)
    2. The Call of the Wild (not sf)
    3. The Relic of the Pliocene” (a.k.a. “Angry Mammoth”)
    4. The World of Jack London (197 stories)

  14. O. Henry (1876-1916)
    To some extent, O. Henry’s stories were the antithesis of fantasy, telling stories of ordinary people in ordinary lives, but the stories have a surreal quality, and it is my list of science fiction and fantasy authors, so here he is.
    1. “Whistling Dick’s Christmas Stocking” (not sf) in McClure’s Magazine (Dec 1899)
    2. “The Gift of the Magi” (not sf)

  15. Frank L. Pollack (1876-1976)
    1. “The Invisible City” in The Black Cat (Sep 1901)

  16. Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950)
    1. Under the Moons of Mars, as by Norman Bean, serialized version of A Princess of Mars in All-Story Magazine (Feb to Jul 1905)
    2. A Princess of Mars
    3. Burroughs at Read Book Online (37 stories, not complete)

  17. Lord Dunsany (1878-1957)
    1. The Gods of Pegāna, a collection (1905)
    2. If (a play in four acts)
    3. Dunsany at Read Book Online (135 stories, not complete)

  18. H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937)
    1. The Alchemist in The United Amateur (Nov 1916)
    2. The H.P. Lovecraft Archive (105 stories, including longer works)

  19. Murray Leinster (1869-1975)
    1. “Atmosphere” in The Argosy (26 Jan 1918)
    2. “Sam, This Is You”

  20. Ray Cummings (1887-1957)
    1. “The Thought Girl” in Live Stories (May and Jun 1920)

  21. Frank Belknap Long (1903-1994)
    1. “The Desert Lich” in Weird Tales (Nov 1924)
    2. Volume 5 of the Centipede Press series on the Masters of the Weird Tales is devoted to Long (66 stories, not complete)

  22. Robert E. Howard (1906-1936)
    1. Spear and Fang” in Weird Tales (Jul 1925)
    2. The Tower of the Elephant

  23. Manley Wade Wellman (1903-1986)
    1. “Back to the Beast” in Weird Tales (Nov 1927)
    2. Night Shade Books published a Wellman selected stories series (100 stories, not complete):
      1. Third Cry to Legba and Other Innovations (21 stories)
      2. The Devil Is Not Mocked and Other Warnings (28 stories)
      3. Fearful Rock and Other Precarious Locales (8 stories)
      4. Sin’s Doorway and Other Ominous Entrances (24 stories)
      5. Owls Hoot in the Daytime and Other Omens (19 stories)

  24. Jack Williamson (1908-2006)
    1. “The Metal Men” in Amazing Stories (Dec 1928)
    2. “Backlash”
    3. Haffner Press published a Williamson complete short fiction series (118 stories):
      1. The Metal Man and Others (9 stories)
      2. Wolves of Darkness (10 stories)
      3. Wizard’s Island (16 stories)
      4. Spider Island (12 stories)
      5. The Crucible of Power (12 stories)
      6. Gateway to Paradise (10 stories)
      7. With Folded Hands...And Searching Mind (15 stories)
      8. At the Human Limit (34 stories)

  25. Raymond Z. Gallun (1911-1994)
    1. “The Space-Dwellers” in Science Wonder Stories and “The Crystal Ray” in Air Wonder (Nov 1929)

  26. John W. Campbell, Jr. (1910-1971)
    1. “When the Atoms Failed” in Amazing Stories (Jan 1930)
    2. NESFA Press has published A New Dawn: The Complete Don A. Stuart Stories (19 stories, not complete), but it contains only the stories that Campbell wrote under the Stuart pseudonym.

  27. Nat Schachner (1895-1955)
    1. “The Tower of Evil” (with Arthur Leo Zagat) in Wonder Stories Quarterly (Summer 1930)
    2. Ramble House has begun a series of The Weird Tales of Nat Schachner, but so far there is only the one volume (8 stories, not complete):
      1. The Devil’s Night Club and Other Stories (8 stories)

  28. Arthur Leo Zagat (1895-1949)
    1. “The Tower of Evil” (with Nat Schachner) in Wonder Stories Quarterly (Summer 1930)

  29. P. Schuyler Miller (1912-1974)
    1. “The Red Plague” in Wonder Stories (July 1930)
    2. “As Never Was”

  30. John Wyndham (1903-1969)
    1. “Worlds to Barter”, as by John B. Harris, in Wonder Stories (May 1931)
    2. Trouble with Lichen
    3. “Consider Her Ways”
    4. The Complete Short Fiction of John Wyndham (72 stories)

  31. Clifford D. Simak (1904-1988)
    1. “The World of the Red Sun” in Wonder Stories (Dec 1931)
    2. Mastodonia
    3. Darkside Press began a series of collected Simak stories, but they seem to have died after two nice volumes, so until that gets revived, you may check out The Science Fiction Short Stories of Clifford D. Simak.

  32. Robert J. Arthur (1909-1969)
    1. “The Terror from the Sea” in Wonder Stories (Dec 1931)
    2. “The Wheel of Time”

  33. C.L. Moore (1911-1987)
    1. “Shambleau” in Weird Tales (Nov 1933)
    2. “What You Need”
    3. What You Need” (with Henry Kuttner)

  34. Donald A. Wollheim (1914-1990)
    1. “The Man from Ariel” in Wonder Stories (Jan 1934)

  35. Robert Bloch (1917-1994)
    1. “Lillies” in Marvel Tales (Winter 1934)
    2. “The Hell-Bound Train”

  36. Ross Rocklynne (1913-1988)
    1. “Man of Iron” in Astounding Science Fiction (Aug 1935)
    2. “Time Wants a Skeleton”

  37. Henry Kuttner (1914-1958)
    1. “The Graveyard Rats” in Weird Tales (Mar 1936)
    2. “What You Need”
    3. What You Need” (with C.L. Moore)

  38. Eric Frank Russell (1905-1978)
    1. “The Saga of Pelican West” in Astounding Science Fiction (Feb 1937)
    2. “The Mechanical Mice”

  39. Nelson S. Bond (1908-2006)
    1. “Down the Dimensions” in Astounding Science Fiction (Apr 1937)

  40. Robert Moore Williams (1907-1977)
    1. “Zero as a Limit” in Astounding Science Fiction (Jul 1937)

  41. L. Sprague de Camp (1907-2000)
    1. “The Isolinguals” in Astounding Science Fiction (Sep 1937)
    2. Lest Darkness Fall

  42. Lester del Rey (1915-1993)
    1. “The Faithful” in Astounding Science Fiction (Apr 1938)
    2. “Helen O’Loy”
    3. “My Name Is Legion”

  43. L. Ron Hubbard (1911-1986)
    1. “The Dangerous Dimension” in Astounding Science Fiction (Jul 1938)

  44. Malcolm Jameson (1891-1945)
    1. “Eviction by Isotherm” in Astounding Science Fiction (Aug 1938)

  45. Isaac Asimov (1920-1992)
    1. “Marooned Off Vesta” in Amazing Stories (Mar 1939)
    2. “The Bicentennial Man”
    3. “The Ugly Little Boy”
    4. The Complete Asimov (392 stories and 35 novels)

  46. Alfred Bester (1913-1987)
    1. “The Broken Axiom” in Thrilling Wonder Stories (Apr 1939)
    2. “Of Time and Third Avenue”

  47. A.E. van Vogt (1912-2000)
    1. “Black Destroyer” in Astounding Science Fiction (Jul 1939)
    2. The Worlds of Null-A
    3. “The Seesaw”
    4. Transfinite: The Essential A.E. Van Vogt from NESFA Press (25 stories, not complete)

  48. Robert A. Heinlein (1907-1988)
    1. “Life-Line” in Astounding Science Fiction (Aug 1939)
    2. “The Menace from Earth”
    3. Time Enough for Love
    4. The Complete Heinlein (59 short stories)

  49. Fritz Leiber (1910-1992)
    1. “Two Sought Adventure” in Unknown (Aug 1939)
    2. “The Man Who Never Grew Young”

  50. Frederik Pohl (1919-2013)
    1. “Heavy Planet” (with Milton A. Rothman) in Astounding Science Fiction (Aug 1939)
    2. Gateway
    3. “Target One”

  51. Theodore Sturgeon (1918-1985)
    1. “The Ether-Breather” in Astounding Science Fiction (Sep 1939)
    2. “Killdozer”
    3. Yesterday Was Monday
    4. North Atlantic Books published a Sturgeon complete stories series edited by Paul Williams (220 stories):
      1. The Ultimate Egoist (46 stories)
      2. Microcosmic God (17 stories)
      3. Killdozer! (15 stories)
      4. Thunder and Roses (15 stories)
      5. The Perfect Host (17 stories)
      6. Baby is Three (11 stories)
      7. A Saucer of Loneliness (12 stories)
      8. Bright Segment (13 stories)
      9. And Now the News... (15 stories)
      10. The Man Who Lost the Sea (13 stories)
      11. The Nail and the Oracle (12 stories)
      12. Slow Sculpture (14 stories)
      13. The Case and the Dreamer (20 stories)

  52. Leigh Brackett (1915-1978)
    1. “Martian Quest” (with Milton A. Rothman) in Astounding Science Fiction (Feb 1940)

  53. James Blish (1921-1975)
    1. “Emergency Refueling” in Super Science Stories (Mar 1940)
    2. Trouble with Lichen
    3. “Beep”

  54. Frederic Brown (1906-1972)
    1. “Not Yet the End” in Captain Future (Winter 1941)
    2. “The Angelic Angleworm”
    3. From These Ashes: The Complete Short SF of Fredric Brown (110 stories)

  55. Damon Knight (1922-2002)
    1. “Resilience” in Stirring Science Stories (Feb 1941)
    2. “Watching Matthew”
    3. Anachron

  56. Cleve Cartmill (1908-1964)
    1. “Oscar” in Unknown Fantasy (May 1941)

  57. Ray Bradbury (1920-2012)
    1. “Pendulum” with Henry Hasse in Super Science Stories (Nov 1941)
    2. “Homecoming” and “Uncle Einar”
    3. “The Fox and the Forest”
    4. The Stories of Ray Bradbury (100 stories, not complete) was first published in 1980. In 2011, the Kent State University Press issued the first volume of The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury: A Critical Edition, which cotains 22 stories from 1941-1943 plus an appendix of ten first versions, amateur publications and unpublished items from as early as 1938. More volumes are planned.

  58. Anthony Boucher (1911-1968)
    1. “Snulbug” in Unknown Worlds (Dec 1941)
    2. “We Print the Truth”
    3. “Transfer Point”
    4. The Compleat Bocher (45 stories)

  59. Hal Clement (1922-2003)
    1. “Proof” in Astounding Science Fiction (Jun 1942)

  60. George O. Smith (1911-1981)
    1. “Circle of Confusion” in Circle of Confusion (Mar 1944)
    2. “Meddler’s Moon”

  61. Jack Vance (1916-2013)
    1. “The World-Thinker” in Thrilling Wonder Stories (Summer 1945)

  62. Philip José Farmer (1918-2009)
    1. “Pearls from Peoria” in Adventure (Mar 1946)
    2. The Other Log of Phileas Fogg

  63. Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008)
    1. “Loophole” in Astounding Science Fiction (Apr 1946)
    2. “A Slight Case of Sunstroke”
    3. “Time’s Arrow”
    4. The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke (102 stories)

  64. William Tenn (1920-  )
    1. “Alexander the Bait” in Astounding Science Fiction (May 1946)
    2. “The Girl with Some Kind of a Past. And George.”
    3. NESFA Press has published a two-volume set of The Complete SF of William Tenn (58 stories and 2 novels):
      1. Immodest Proposals
      2. Here Comes Civilization

  65. H. Beam Piper (1904-1964)
    1. “Time and Time Again” in Astounding Science Fiction (Apr 1947)
    2. “Little Fuzzy”
    3. “Time and Time Again”

  66. Andre Norton (1912-2006)
    1. “The People of the Crater” in Fantasy Book 1 (Jul 1947)

  67. Jack Finney (1911-1995)
    1. “Cousin Len’s Wonderful Adjective Cellar” in Ladies’ Home Journal (April 1948)
    2. “Home Alone”
    3. “Quit Zoomin’ Those Hands Through the Air”
    4. Jack Finney Online (71 stories)

  68. Poul Anderson (1926-2001)
    1. “Genius” in Astounding Science Fiction (Dec 1948)
    2. “Time Patrol”

  69. James E. Gunn (1923- )
    1. “Paradox” in Thrilling Wonder Stories (Oct 1949)
    2. “Man of the Hour”

  70. Cordwainer Smith (1913-1966)
    1. “Scanners Live in Vain” in Fantasy Book (1950)
    2. The Rediscovery of Man: The Complete Short Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith (33 stories)

  71. Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (1922-2007)
    1. “Report on the Barnhouse Effect” in Collier’s (Feb 1950)
    2. Cat’s Cradle
    3. Slaughterhouse-Five

  72. Gordon R. Dickson (1923-2001)
    1. “Trespass!” (with Poul Anderson) in Fantastic Story Quarterly (Spring 1950)

  73. Mack Reynolds (1917-1983)
    1. “He Took It with Him” in Fantastic Adventures (Apr 1950)
    2. “The Business, as Usual’

  74. Walter M. Miller, Jr. (1923-1996)
    1. “Secret of the Death Dome” in Amazing Stories (Jan 1951)
    2. ”A Canticle for Leibowitz”

  75. Harry Harrison (1925-2012)
    1. “Rock Diver” in Worlds Beyond (Feb 1951)
    2. The Stainless Steel Rat Saves the World
    3. A Rebel in Time
    4. 50 in 50 (50 stories, not complete)

  76. Alan E. Nourse (1928-1992)
    1. “Threshold” in Collier’s (Mar 1951)
    2. Infinite Intruder
    3. Alan E. Nourse Resurrected (18 stories, not complete)

  77. John Brunner (1934-1995)
    1. Galactic Storm (Nov 1951)

  78. Frank Herbert (1920-1986)
    1. “Looking for Something?” in Startling Stories (Apr 1952)
    2. Dune

  79. Daniel Keyes (1927- )
    1. “Precedent” in Marvel Science Fiction (May 1952)
    2. “Flowers for Algernon”

  80. Philip K. Dick (1928-1982)
    1. “Beyond Lies the Wub” in Planet Stories (Jul 1952)
    2. “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale”
    3. “Breakfast at Twilight”
    4. Citadel Press published a five-volume series of Dick’s short fiction, which includes some repetition and is (at least) close to being his complete short fiction:
      1. Beyond Lies the Wub (1987, 25 stories)
          aka The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford (1990)
          aka Paycheck and Other Classic Stories (2003)
          aka The King of the Elves (2011, has an extra fragment, “Menace React”)
      2. Second Variety (1987, 24 stories)
          aka We Can Remember It for You Wholesale (1990, WCRIFYW replaces “Second Variety”)
          aka Adjustment Team (2011)
      3. The Father-Thing (1987, 23 stories)
          aka Second Variety (1991, adds “Second Variety”)
      4. The Days of Perky Pat (1987, 18 stories)
          aka The Minority Report (1991)
      5. The Little Black Box (1987, 25 stories)
          aka We Can Remember It for You Wholesale (1991/2000)
          aka The Eye of the Sibyl (1992)

  81. Algis Budrys (1931-2008)
    1. “The High Purpose” in Astounding Science Fiction (Nov 1952)

  82. Anne McCaffrey(1926-2011)
    1. “Freedom of the Race” in Science-Fiction Plus (Oct 1953)
    2. The Dragonriders of Pern

  83. Robert Silverberg(1935- )
    1. “Gorgon Planet” in Nebula Science Fiction (Feb 1954)
    2. The World Inside
    3. Hawksbill Station
    4. Subterranean Press is publishing a series of Silverberg’s short fiction, although, sadly, it’s won’t be complete. So far, eight volumes have appeared, with Silverberg’s stories through May of 1995:
      1. To Be Continued (2006, 24 stories)
      2. To the Dark Star (2007, 21 stories)
      3. Something Wild Is Loose (2008, 16 stories)
      4. Trips (2009, 14 stories)
      5. The Palace at Midnight (2010, 23 stories)
      6. Multiples (2011, 14 stories)
      7. We Are for the Dark (2012, 10 stories)
      8. Hot Times in Magma City (forthcoming)

  84. Brian W. Aldiss (1925- )
    1. “Criminal Record” in Science Fantasy (Jul 1954)
    2. Frankenstein Unbound

  85. Avram Davidson (1923-1993)
    1. “My Boy Friend’s Name is Jello” in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (Jul 1954)
    2. “My Boy Friend’s Name is Jello”

  86. Bob Shaw (1931- )
    1. “Aspect” in Nebula Science Fiction (Aug 1954)

  87. Kate Wilhelm (1928- )
    1. “The Pint-Sized Genie” in Fantastic Stories of the Imagination (Oct 1956)

  88. Harlan Ellison (1942- )
    1. “Glow Worm” in Infinity Science Fiction (Feb 1956)
    2. “One Life, Furnished in Early Poverty”
    3. The Essential Ellison: A 50-Year Retrospective (not complete)

  89. F.M. Busby (1921-2005)
    1. “A Gun for Grandfather” in Future Science Fiction (Sep 1957)
    2. “If This Is Winnetka, You Must Be Judy”

  90. Joanna Russ (1937- )
    1. “Nor Custom Stale” in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (Sep 1959)

  91. Michael Moorcock (1939- )
    1. “Peace on Earth” in New World Science Fiction (Dec 1959)
    2. “Flux”

  92. Roger Zelazny (1937-1995)
    1. “Passion Play” in New World Science Fiction (Dec 1959)
    2. Nine Princes of Amber
    3. Roadmarks
    4. NESFA Press published a series of six books collecting Zelazny’s short fiction and poems.
      1. Threshold (2009)
      2. Power & Light (2009)
      3. This Mortal Mountain (2009)
      4. Last Exit to Babylon (2009)
      5. Nine Black Doves (2009)
      6. The Road to Amber (2009)

  93. Ben Bova (1932- )
    1. “A Long Way Back” in Amazing Stories (Feb 1960)
    2. “Floodtide”

  94. Ursula K. Le Guin (1929- )
    1. “April in Paris” in Fantastic Stories of the Imagination (Sep 1962)
    2. “Another Story or a Fisherman of the Inland Sea”

  95. Piers Anthony (1934- )
    1. “Possible to Rue” in Fantastic Stories of the Imagination (Apr 1963)
    2. The Aprentice Adept
    3. Castle Roogna

  96. Larry Niven (1938- )
    1. “One Face” in Galaxy Science Fiction (Jun 1965)
    2. “Get a Horse”
    3. Castle Roogna

  97. Gardner Dozois (1947- )
    1. “The Empty Man” in If Science Fiction (Sep 1966)

  98. Samuel R. Delany (1942- )
    1. “Aye, and Gomorrah” in Dangerous Visions (Oct 1967)

  99. Greg Bear (1951- )
    1. “Destroyers” in Famous Science Fiction (Oct 1967)
    2. The Collected Stories of Greg Bear (24 stories, not complete)

  100. Tannith Lee (1947- )
    1. “Eustace” in The 9th Pan Book of Horror Stories (1968)

  101. Albert E. Cowdrey (1947- )
    1. “The Lucky People” in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (Feb 1968)
    2. “The Dog Movie”
    3. “Ransom”

  102. James Tiptree, Jr. (1915-1987)
    1. “Birth of a Salesman” in Analog Science Fiction (Mar 1968)
    2. “Forever to a Hudson Bay Blanket”

  103. Stephen King (1947- )
    1. “Cain Rose Up” in Ubris (Spring 1968)
    2. The Stand
    3. 11/23/63

  104. Joe Haldeman (1944- )
    1. “Out of Phase” in Galaxy Science Fiction (Sep 1969)
    2. The Forever War
    3. The Accidental Time Machine

  105. Michael Bishop (1945- )
    1. “Piñon Fall” in Galaxy Science Fiction (Oct 1970)

  106. Connie Willis (1945- )
    1. “Santa Titicaca” in Worlds of Fantasy (Winter 1970)
    2. “Fire Watch”

  107. George R. R. Martin (1948- )
    1. “The Hero” in Galaxy Science Fiction (Feb 1971)
    2. “The Once and Future King” (Twilight Zone, 2nd Series)

  108. Spider Robinson (1948- )
    1. “The Guy with the Eyes” in Analog Science Fiction (Feb 1973)
    2. Variable Star
    3. “The Law of Conservation of Pain”

  109. Nancy Kress (1948- )
    1. “The Earth Dwellers” in Galaxy Science Fiction (Dec 1976)
    2. “The War on Tremon”

  110. William Gibson (1948- )
    1. “Fragments of a Hologram Rose” in Unearth (Summer 1977)

  111. Orson Scott Card (1951- )
    1. “Ender’s Game” in Analog Science Fiction (Aug 1977)
    2. “The Princess and the Bear”
    3. Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus

  112. Mike Resnick (1942- )
    1. “The Astounding Adventure of Isaac Intrepid” (with Lou Tabakow) in Analog Science Fiction (Aug 1979)

  113. Michael Swanwick (1950- )
    1. “Ginungagap” in Northwestern University Triquarterly 49 (1980)

  114. Jack McDevitt (1935- )
    1. “The Emerson Effect” in Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone Magazine (Dec 1981)
    2. “Time Travelers Never Die”

  115. Richard Parks (1955- )
    1. “The Passing” in Amazing Stories, (Winter 1981)
    2. “Kallisti”

  116. Esther M. Friesner (1951- )
    1. “The Stuff of Heroes” in Asimov’s Science Fiction (Sep 1982)
    2. “Men in the Rain”

  117. Jerry Oltion (1957- )
    1. “Much Ado about Nothing” in Analog’s Science Fiction (Nov 1982)
    2. “The Navatar”
    3. “The Life of Boswell”

  118. Geoffrey A. Landis (1955- )
    1. “Elemental” in Analog Science Fiction (Dec 1984)
    2. Ripples in the Dirac Sea

  119. Robert Reed (1956- )
    1. “Elemental” in Analog Science Fiction (Dec 1984)
    2. “The Cuckoo’s Boys”
    3. “Veritas”

  120. James Stoddard (circa 1955- )
    1. “The Perfect Day” as by James Turpin in Amazing Stories (Mar 1985)
    2. “The Star Watch”

  121. Adam-Troy Castro (1960- )
    1. “Clearance to Land” in Pulphouse (Issue 5, Fall 1989)
    2. “With Unclean Hands”

  122. Terry Bisson (1942- )
    1. “The Two Janets” in Asimov’s Science Fiction (Nov 1990)
    2. “Bears Discover Fire”
    3. “Scout’s Honor”

  123. James Van Pelt (1954- )
    1. “No Small Change” in After Hours (Winter 1991)
    2. “The Last of the O-Forms”
    3. “What Weena Knew”

  124. Kelly Link (1969- )
    1. “Water Off a Black Dog’s Back” in Century (Sep/Oct 1995)

  125. Paolo Bacigalupi (1972- )
    1. “Pocketful of Dharma” in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (Feb 1999)
    2. “The Fluted Girl”

  126. M. Rickert (1959- )
    1. “The Girl Who Ate Butterflies” in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (Aug 1999)
    2. “The Chambered Fruit”

  127. Carrie Vaughn (1973- )
    1. “The Girl with the Pre-Raphaelite Hair” in Talebones (Fall 1999)
    2. “A Hunter’s Ode to His Bait”

  128. Tim Pratt (1976- )
    1. “The Fallen and the Muse of the Street” in Strange Horizons (18 Dec 2000)
    2. “The Witch’s Bicycle”

  129. Benjamin Rosenbaum (1969- )
    1. “The Ant King: A California Fairy Tale” in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (Jul 2001)
    2. “The King of the Djinn” (with David Ackert)

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