Partners in Wonder

Partners in Wonder

Language: English

Pages: 350

ISBN: 1497643201

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Partners in Wonder

Language: English

Pages: 350

ISBN: 1497643201

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Robert Bloch, Ben Bova, Algis Budrys, Avram Davidson, Samuel R. Delany, Joe L. Hensley, Keith Laumer, William Rotsler, Robert Sheckley, Robert Silverberg, Henry Slesar, Theodore Sturgeon, A. E. Van Vogt, Roger Zelazny, and Harlan Ellison, unassisted. If you mix Ellison with wild talents like those names listed above, you have got a book as unique as the Abominable Snowperson. Here is the first collection of collaborative stories ever created, each deranged vision complete with introduction (in the patented Ellison manner) explaining how the story was written and who gets the blame. The lunatic mind of Harlan Ellison strikes again.

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towing-and-repair service. If, indeed, the poor snailery was not beyond both. At that moment there was a roaring and a rushing. Braking to a sudden halt were two hot-rods and a dozen motorcycles. Out (and off) climbed a number of young men clad in black-leather jackets with eagles on the back; and with hair trimmed in the manner of the rectal feathers of the order Anatidae. "Oh, no!" groaned Fred. "A rumble! That's all I need!" "Par'm me, sir," said the first young man, "but you got us all

complexities of the earnest alchemists and the many dark rituals of animists and satanists and the strangely effective religious psychology which steeps the worship of the Nameless One sometimes called the Horned God, and many others, until he reached simplicity, until he reached basics. Simple as a transistor, as difficult to understand. And who, using a transistor, needs to understand it? But a transistor (however precise) without a power supply (however tiny) is useless. The runes and the

the one place in St. Louis that would charge ten times what normal repro costs should be...I don't know. Suffice it to say, after we'd sold the folios - which went in about fifteen minutes - and paid off the kids who'd done the actual work of running the stuff to and from the printer, Rotsler and I made about ten bucks each. Warren demanded his cut. What cut? I asked. He got unhappy. That's nice. I don't like Jim Warren. Anyhow, everybody who's seen these cartoons thinks they are hilarious. Only

the voices are saying, but not to ask Ship about them, because I think it is Ship talking to itself, down here in this lonely place. I will think about what Ship is saying later, when I don't have to make repairs and act the way Ship wants me to act. What Ship is saying to itself is interesting. This place does not look like other repair places I know in Ship. It is filled with so many great round glass balls on pedestals, each giving off its yellow light in pulses, that I cannot count them.

discrepancies: there is a de-energizing touch plate on the bulkhead beside the control panel that lies parallel to the arm-rest of the nearest control berth, not perpendicular to it, as I've remembered it. And the other discrepancy explains why I've remembered the touch plate incorrectly: the nearest of the control berths is actually three feet farther from the sabotaged panel than I remembered it. I compensate and correct. I get the panel off, smelling the burned smell where the gashed

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