|Iterations (2002) [Collection]|
by Robert J. Sawyer
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Iterations shows Robert J. Sawyer to be a master of the SF short story form as he works through his favorite themes and subjects with the same boundless enthusiasm and sharp intelligence that characterize his award winning novels.
Stories featured in Iterations have won the Aurora Award, the Aurthur Ellis Award, the HOMer Award, Le Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire (France's top SF prize), as well as being nominated for a Hugo Award and a Seiun Award (Japan's top SF prize). Stories included in this collection have also been selected for the Year's Best SF anthology, the SFWA's annual Nebula Awards anthology, the Aurora Awards anthology, and the Aurther Ellis Awards Anthology. Each story is prefaced by the author's account of it's genesis in his imagination and its publications history, a rare look inside the writer's craft.
"These excellent funny, sad, thought-provoking short stories prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that no one comes close to Robert J. Sawyer's ability to explore and present a collection of truly cool ideas." - Tanya Huff, Author of Blood Price
Original title: Iterations
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction
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