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Best SF: 1972

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Alternate Title: The Year's Best Science Fiction No. 6
Author: Brian W. Aldiss
Harry Harrison
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group, 1973
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1973
Sphere, 1973
Series: Best SF: Book 6
Book Type: Anthology
Genre: Science-Fiction
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THE MOST EXCITING FICTION OF OUR TIME! -- The most dynamic fiction of out time, science fiction is also the fastest-expanding, both in readership and in the range of authors who employ it. The established masters - mostly Americans, a few Englishmen -- continue to show the way. The established outlets -- American s-f magazines mostly, some original anthologies -- continue to provide most of its nurture. But faithful reading of a handful of American publications is no longer sufficient to keep up with the most exciting work being done.

Harry Harrison and Brian W. Aldiss have established this series as definitive in the field by looking much further afield. This year's selection is built around the established sources, but includes also a brilliant take by the Brazillian Andre Carneiro; and astonishing and delightful story by a young Ghanaian, Victor Sabah; and other unexpected pleasures.

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