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Analog's Children of the Future

(1982)
(A book in the Analog series)
An anthology of stories edited by

 
 
Ten stories of extraordinary young people, first printed in Analog (or Astounding, the magazine's original name). These include: Mimsy Were the Borogoves, by Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore [as by Lewis Padgett] (Science Fiction Hall of Fame; filmed as The Last Mimzy); Mewhu's Jet, by Theodore Sturgeon; The Witches of Karres, by James H. Schmitz; Mikal's Songbird, by Orson Scott Card (nominated, 1978 Nebula Award, 1979 Hugo Award); In Hiding, by Wilmar H. Shiras; Weyr Search, by Anne McCaffrey (nominated, 1967 Nebula Award; winner, 1968 Hugo Award); Meeting of Minds, by Ted Reynolds; Novice, by James H. Schmitz; Child of All Ages, by P. J. Plauger (nominated, 1975 Nebula Award, 1976 Hugo Award); Emergence, by David R. Palmer (nominated, 1982 Hugo Award; winner, 1981 Analog Award).

Genre: Science Fiction

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Hardback Editions

January 1982 : USA Hardback
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Title: Analog's Children of the Future
Author(s): Lewis Padgett, Theodore Sturgeon, James H Schmitz, Orson Scott Card, Wilmar H Shiras, Anne McCaffrey, Ted Reynolds, P J Plauger, David R Palmer, Stanley Schmidt
ISBN: 0-385-27778-4 / 978-0-385-27778-5 (USA edition)
Publisher: The Dial Press
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