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Best of Austrian Science Fiction, the (2001) [Anthology]
by Martin Auer Alfred Bittner Kurt Bracharz Andreas Findig Herbert W. Franke Marianne Gruber Peter Marginter Barbara Neuwirth Heinz Riedler Peter Schattschneider Rating: No votes (Rate!)
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Summary (From the publisher):

Unlike fantasy, science fiction has no deep tradition or broad basis in Austrian literature. It is mostly written by authors who have written no other fiction, sometimes by professional scientists for whom science fiction is their natural literary outlet. Herbert W. Franke, Peter Schattschneider or Michael Springer are all physicists. Most prolific and prominent among them is H.W. Franke, but even he cannot make a living from science fiction; like Austrian literature in general, Austrian science fiction is published mostly by German houses. This anthology presents a representative sample of Austrian science fiction and contains a comprehensive overview of the history and current state of science fiction in Austria by the editor.

Selected and introduced by Franz Rottensteiner


  • Time Travels by Martin Auer
  • Homo Superior by Alfred Bittner
  • Venice 2 by Kurt Bracharz
  • Gödel's Exit by Andreas Findig
  • Breath of the Sun by H.W. Franke
  • The Invasion by Marianne Gruber
  • The Machine by Peter Marginter
  • The Character of the Huntress by Barbara Neuwirth
  • Cottage Industry by Heinz Riedler
  • Banana Streams by Peter Schattschneider

Original title: The Best of Austrian Science Fiction
Original languages: German


Genre: FictionScience Fiction

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Edition #1: Best of Austrian Science Fiction, the

Best of Austrian Science Fiction, the (2001)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Translated by: Todd C. Hanlin
Edited by: Franz Rottensteiner
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Best of Austrian Science Fiction, the (2001)

Format: Paperback
Place of publication: Riverside, CA
Publisher: Ariadne Press
ISBN: 1572410787
Pages: 318

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