(From the publisher):
'If you can see that a book has won a Nebula, you can be sure that there is something about it that is special'
'The Persistence of Vision' takes a haunting look at life in a commune called Keller; where touch is the only method of communication...
'Stone' gives a chilling account of the tensions between a rock star and her technician.
CHARLES L GRANT
'A Glow of Candles, A Unicorn's Eye' tells of an actor without a part, until he attacks three play wrights guilty of murder - 'word murder'
VONDA N. McINTYRE
'Dreamsnake' relates the horrifying case of Melissa, twelve years old but already brutalised beyond belief...
This award winning collection also includes sensational stories by Gene Wolfe and C. J. Cherryh, plus brilliant essays by Isaac Asimov, Norman Spinrad and L J. Sprague de Carnp.
- Science Fiction: 1938 by Isaac Asimov
- Stone by Edward Bryant
- Cassandra by C. J. Cherryh
- Little Green Men From Afar by L. Sprague De Camp
- A Glow Of Candles, A Unicorn's Eye by Charles L. Grant
- Dreamsnake (excerpt) by Vonda N. Mc Intyre
- The Future Of Science Fiction by Norman Spinrad
- The Persistence Of Vision by John Varley
- Seven American Nights by Gene Wolfe
Original title: Nebula Winners Fourteen
Alternative titles: Nebula Awards Fourteen
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction
The following works are contained within this one:
Persistence of Vision, the (1978) [Novella]
Author: John Varley
Stone (1978) [Short Story]
Author: Ed Bryant
Cassandra (1978) [Short Story]
Author: C. J. Cherryh
A Glow of Candles, a Unicorn's Eye (1978) [Novelette]
Author: Charles L. Grant
This work contains excerpts from the following works :
Dreamsnake (1978) [Novel]
Author: Vonda N. McIntyre