A review by delz
Again, Dangerous Visions, by James B. Hemesath, Joanna Russ, Harlan Ellison, Ken McCullough, Ray Faraday Nelson, Gahan Wilson, Kate Wilhelm, Robin Scott, T.L. Sherred, Ursula K. Le Guin, A. Parra, David Gerrold, M. John Harrison, Burt K. Filer, Andrew Weiner, Chad Oliver, Lee Hoffman, Piers Anthony, Judith Ann Lawrence, James Blish, Gregory Benford, Leonard Tushnet, Gene Wolfe, Andrew J. Offutt, Edward Bryant, Ben Bova, Kurt Vonnegut, Richard A. Lupoff, Joan Bernott, H.H. Hollis, Barry N. Malzberg, Terry Carr, Evelyn Lief, David Kerr, John Heidenry, Josephine Saxton, Bernard Wolfe, Richard Hill, Dean Koontz, James Sallis, Ross Rocklynne, Ray Bradbury, Thomas M. Disch, James Tiptree Jr.


This was definitely a mixed bag of SF. I really enjoyed The Word for World is Forest by Ursula K Le Guin. It absolutely made you think and kept you thinking. The Big Space Fuck by Kurt Vonnegut had his usual flair of humor and message. The most disturbing story was by Piers Anthony called In the Barn. I’m still thinking about it, like I wish I could scrub it from by brain. If you like eclectic collections of SF this is the book for you.