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Hothouse Flowers

Mike Resnick

Hugo Award nominated short story. It originally appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, October-November 1999. The story can also be found in the anthology The Year's Best Science Fiction: Seventeenth Annual Collection (2000), edited by Gardner Dozois. It is included in the collections New Dreams for Old (2006) and Win Some, Lose Some: The Hugo Award Winning (and Nominated) Short Science Fiction and Fantasy of Mike Resnick (2012).

Hothouse / The Long Afternoon of Earth

Gregg Press Science Fiction Series: Book 32

Brian W. Aldiss

In the future, when the Sun has expanded and is ready to go nova, few animal species remain while plants have adapted to fill animal niches. One of the few species to survive are humans, but in much-altered forms. It is here where young tribal Gren finds himself captured by an intelligent fungus with plans to colonize humans to control the world! Hothouse tells the story of a remarkable journey of discovery that will alter your perceptions about the true nature of the world today... and the world to come!

Hothouse

Hothouse

Brian W. Aldiss

Hugo Award winning story. It originally appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1961. The story can also be found in the anthologies Mutants: Eleven Stories of Science Fiction (1974) edited by Robert Silverberg, Robert Silverberg's Worlds of Wonder (1987), and The Great SF Stories 23 (1961) (1991), edited by Isaac Asimov and Harry H. Greenberg. The story incorporated in the fixup novel Hothouse (1962).