The 1974 Annual World's Best Science Fiction is an anthology of science fiction short stories and novelettes selected from among those published in periodicals and short story collections in the previous year.
Along with an introduction by the editor, the contents include A Suppliant in Space by Robert Sheckley; Parthen by R. A. Lafferty; Doomship by Frederik Pohl and Jack Williamson; Weed of Time by Norman Spinrad; A Modest Genius by Vadim Shefner; The Deathbird by Harlan Ellison; Evane by E. C. Tubb; Moby, Too by Gordon Ecklund; Death and Designation Among the Asadi by Michael Bishop; and Construction Shack by Clifford D. Simak.
The 1974 Annual World's Best Science Fiction is an excellent addition to your vintage science fiction collection or home library.
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