Dangerous Visions

Intro

Dangerous Visions (1967) was a groundbreaking anthology of New Wave science fiction stories edited by Harlan Ellison.

It included stories by Samuel R Delany and Roger Zelazny.

Despite printing works by authors associated with the New Wave movement it also published stories by authors who came to prominence during the Golden Age of science fiction.

Contents:

Illustrations by Leo and Diane Dillon accompany each short story.

  • ”Foreword 1 – The Second Revolution” by Isaac Asimov.
  • ”Foreword 2 – Harlan and I” by Isaac Asimov
  • ”Thirty-Two Soothsayers” (introduction) by Harlan Ellison.

The anthology was followed by a second volume, Again, Dangerous Visions (1972). A proposed third third volume, The Last Dangerous Visions, is yet to appear.

Sources
  • Ellison, Harlan (Ed, 1967) Dangerous Visions
  • Ellison, Harlan (1969) A Boy and His Dog
  • Ellison, Harlan (Ed, 1972) Again, Dangerous Visions

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