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About the Author: Harlan Ellison

Harlan Jay Ellison is a prolific American writer of short stories, novellas, teleplays, essays, and criticism.

His literary and television work has received many awards. He wrote for the original series of both The Outer Limits and Star Trek as well as The Alfred Hitchcock Hour; edited the multiple-award-winning short story anthology series Dangerous Visions; and served as creative consultant/writer to the science fiction TV series The New Twilight Zone and Babylon 5.

Several of his short fiction pieces have been made into movies, such as the classic "The Boy and His Dog".

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Paperback, Published in Feb 2012 by Gollancz

ISBN10: 0575108029 | ISBN13: 9780575108028

Page count: 643

i •  Dangerous Visions (cover) • (1967) • interior artwork by Diane Dillon and Leo Dillon (variant of Cover: Dangerous Visions)
xi • Introduction (Dangerous Visions) • essay by Adam Roberts
xv • Foreword: Year 2002 (Dangerous Visions) • (2002) • essay by Michael Moorcock (variant of Foreword: Year 2002 (Dangerous Visions 35th Anniversary Edition))
xvii • Introduction: 2002 (Dangerous Visions) • (2002) • essay by Harlan Ellison (variant of Introduction: Year 2002 (Dangerous Visions 35th Anniversary Edition)
xxii • 1967: Foreword 1 — The Second Revolution • (1967) • essay by Isaac Asimov (variant of Foreword 1-The Second Revolution)
xxix • 1967: Foreword 2 — Harlan and I • (1967) • essay by Isaac Asimov (variant of Foreword 2-Harlan and I)
xxxii • 1967: Introduction: Thirty-Two Soothsayers • (1967) • essay by Harlan Ellison (variant of Thirty-Two Soothsayers)
1 • Evensong • (1967) • shortstory by Lester del Rey
11 • Flies • (1967) • shortstory by Robert Silverberg
24 • The Day After the Day the Martians Came • (1967) • shortstory by Frederik Pohl (variant of The Day the Martians Came)
34 • Riders of the Purple Wage or the Great Gavage • (1967) • novella by Philip José Farmer (variant of Riders of the Purple Wage)
114 • The Malley System • (1967) • shortstory by Miriam Allen deFord
125 • A Toy for Juliette • (1967) • shortstory by Robert Bloch
140 • The Prowler in the City at the Edge of the World • (1967) • novelette by Harlan Ellison
170 • The Night That All Time Broke Out • (1967) • shortstory by Brian W. Aldiss
186 • The Man Who Went to the Moon - Twice • (1967) • shortstory by Howard Rodman
199 • Faith of Our Fathers • (1967) • novelette by Philip K. Dick
237 • The Jigsaw Man • [Known Space] • (1967) • shortstory by Larry Niven
254 • Gonna Roll the Bones • (1967) • novelette by Fritz Leiber
280 • Lord Randy, My Son • (1967) • shortstory by Joe L. Hensley
298 • Eutopia • (1967) • novelette by Poul Anderson
320 • Incident in Moderan • [Moderan] • (1967) • shortstory by David R. Bunch
328 • The Escaping • (1967) • shortstory by David R. Bunch
334 • The Doll-House • (1967) • shortstory by James Cross
358 • Sex and/or Mr. Morrison • (1967) • shortstory by Carol Emshwiller
372 • Shall the Dust Praise Thee? • (1967) • shortstory by Damon Knight
379 • If All Men Were Brothers, Would You Let One Marry Your Sister? • (1967) • novella by Theodore Sturgeon
428 • What Happened to Auguste Clarot? • (1967) • shortstory by Larry Eisenberg
436 • Ersatz • (1967) • shortstory by Henry Slesar
445 • Go, Go, Go, Said the Bird • (1967) • shortstory by Sonya Dorman
454 • The Happy Breed • (1967) • shortstory by John Sladek [as by John T. Sladek ]
476 • Encounter with a Hick • (1967) • shortstory by Jonathan Brand
483 • From the Government Printing Office • (1967) • shortstory by Kris Neville
492 • Land of the Great Horses • (1967) • shortstory by R. A. Lafferty
504 • The Recognition • (1967) • shortstory by J. G. Ballard
518 • Judas • (1967) • shortstory by John Brunner
530 • Test to Destruction • (1967) • novelette by Keith Laumer
559 • Carcinoma Angels • (1967) • shortstory by Norman Spinrad
574 • Auto-da-Fé • (1967) • shortstory by Roger Zelazny
584 • Aye, and Gomorrah . . . • (1967) • shortstory by Samuel R. Delany

One of the most influential anthologies of all time returns to print, as relevant now as when it
was first published
 Anthologies seldom make history, but Harlan Ellison's 1967 collection of science fiction stories is a grand exception. Along with Moorcock's New Worlds, it defined the New Wave movement. Dangerous Visions set an almost impossibly high standard, as more than a half dozen of its stories won major awards—not surprising with a contributors list that reads like a who's who of 20th-century SF.

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