Synopses & Reviews
New Voices in SF lead us to New Worlds
Michael Moorcock's legendary science-fiction magazine of the '60s is now the best anthology series of the '90s, winning critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic.
"The stories are powerful...well-worth buying". -- Orson Scott Card
"The best ever...the range of fiction is impressive...". -- Norman Spinrad
The first volume of White Wolfs series of New Worlds presents brilliant speculative fiction by award-winning authors and talented new authors -- including Brian Aldiss, Eric Brown, Pat Cadigan, Graham Charnock, Peter F. Hamilton, Noel K. Hannah, Graham Joyce, Garry Kilworth, Christine Manby, Michael Moorcock, Kim Newman, Andrew Stephenson, Howard Waldrop and Ian Watson.
Where Legends are Made
In the 1960s Britain's New Worlds magazine was the beginning of the New Wave in SF, a movement that grabbed hold in the United States through the works of writers such as Harlan Ellison and Roger Zelazny. It was in England, however, under the editorialship of Michael Moorcock, that new talents in science fiction like J.G. Ballard and Brian W. Aldiss could shine. New Worlds returns to transport readers with stories by both daring new voices and still-scintillating old ones.
Table of Contents
The emperor's new reality / Pat Cadigan -- Ferryman / Eric Brown -- Great Western / Kim Newman -- The white stuff / Peter F. Hamilton & Graham Joyce -- A night on the town / Noel K. Hannan -- Death, shit, love, transfiguration / Brian W. Aldiss -- The pact / Andrew Stephenson -- Heart of whitenesse / Howard Waldrop -- A day without dad / Ian Watson -- Attack of the Charlie Chaplins / Garry Kilworth -- For life / Christine Manby -- A night on Bare Mountain / Graham Charnock -- London bone / Michael Moorcock -- Thirteen views of a cardboard city / William Gibson.