The Best Time Travel Stories Ever Written
An anthology of stories edited by Bill Adler Jr
The notion of traveling forward or backward across history, of changing the events of your own life or those which came before you or those that have yet to occur - has fascinated eminent writers for a century, from Edgar Allan Poe's "Three Sundays in a Week" to Isaac Asimov's "What If" to Rod Serling's "The Odyssey of Flight 33". Time travel fiction is by no means confined to the science-fiction genre; it is one of the most fluid forms of storytelling and crosses over between literary fiction (Rudyard Kipling's "Wireless") and seminal science fiction (Ray Bradbury's "A Touch of Petulance").
Used availability for Bill Adler Jr's Time Machines
October 1997 : USA Hardback
June 2002 : USA Paperback