Multiverse: Exploring Poul Anderson’s Worlds (edited by Greg Bear and Gardner Dozois) will be published in fall by Subterranean Press. Here is the table of contents:
Introduction: My Friend Poul by Greg Bear
Outmoded Things by Nancy Kress
The Man Who Came Late by Harry Turtledove
A Slip in Time by S. M. Stirling
Living and Working with Poul Anderson by Karen Anderson
Dancing on The Edge of The Dark by C. J. Cherryh
The Lingering Joy by Stephen Baxter
Operation Xibalba by Eric Flint
Tales Told by Astrid Anderson Bear
The Fey of Cloudmoor by Terry Brooks
Christmas in Gondwanaland by Robert Silverberg
Latecomers by David Brin
An Appreciation of Poul Anderson by Jerry Pournelle
A Candle by Raymond E. Feist
The Far End by Larry Niven
Bloodpride by Gregory Benford
Three Lilies and Three Leopards (And a Participation Ribbon in Science) by Tad Williams
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"I think we´re hard-wired for story as a species. It´s one of the ways we pass information back and forth to each other."
"One of the attractive things about fiction is an ordered universe. No matter how crazy and seemingly meaningless the events in fiction are, we know that it was created by somebody - which most of us do not necessarily know about the real universe we live in."
Tad Williams, Locus Interview, 1995.