After reading L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Vol. 22 I started looking for the others in the this collection. So far I haven't been disappointed. Besides the 18 original short stories, this volume also contains an essay by Roger Zelazny. I just started L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of Future Vol 23. It may be the best one yet.
Great New Writers
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 20 years ago
This anthology contains some wonderful stories by new writers who, I'm sure, will be seen more of in the future. There are a mixture of stories for all tastes, and only one or two I didn't like. My favorite story was "An Idiot Rode to Majra" by J. Simon. It's a fun, beautifully written story about a young man who outwits the system of the new, oppressive government. Other notible stories are "The Plague" by A.C. Bray (a pied piper story), "Time Out of Mind" by Everett Jacobs (a love story through time), "Hello and Goodbye" by Michele Letica (the far future controled by green peace), and "Market Place of Souls" by David Lowe (a young girl's journey through life and other's bodies). Worth the read.
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