Cover by Rowena Cory. Source: www.bertramchandler.com
y Frontier Worlds anthology   short story   science fiction  
Issue Details: First known date: 1983 1983
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Notes

  • Contents indexed selectively. Also contains work by the following international authors: Howard Goldsmith and Darrell Schweitzer.

Contents

* Contents derived from the St Kilda, Caulfield - St Kilda area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria,: Melbourne, Victoria,: Cory and Collins , 1983 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Grimes and the Odd Gods, A. Bertram Chandler , 1983 single work short story science fiction (p. 5-42)
Sawdust Supermen, Wynne Whiteford , 1983 single work short story science fiction (p. 43-90)
The Trouble with Gryphons, Trevor Donohue , 1983 single work short story (p. 91-100)
The Lost Ship, Keith Taylor , 1983 single work short story science fiction (p. 101-118)
Omphalos: A Dialogue, David J. Lake , 1983 single work short story science fiction (p. 119-126)
The Getaway Star, Paul Collins , 1983 single work short story horror (p. 127-138)
The Hide, Jack Wodhams , 1983 single work short story (p. 139-167)
Cabin Fever, Cherry Wilder , 1983 single work short story science fiction (p. 219-241)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Notes:
Foreword by A. Bertram Chandler
    • St Kilda, Caulfield - St Kilda area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria,: Melbourne, Victoria,: Cory and Collins , 1983 .
      Cover by Rowena Cory. Source: www.bertramchandler.com
      Description: port.
      Series: y Worlds: Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy Paul Collins (editor), Void Publications (publisher), Cory and Collins (publisher), Penguin (publisher), St Kilda : Void Publications , 1978-1994 Z1847506 1978 series - publisher short story science fiction fantasy In 1978, having published five issues of the Void Science Fiction and Fantasy, editor Paul Collins transformed the magazine into a series of hardcover original anthologies which were released under the collective 'Worlds' title. The proposed contents for issues 6, 7 and 8 of Void in fact became the contents of the first anthology, Envisaged Worlds. After closing down Void Publications in 1981 Collins published the latter anthologies through his new company, Cory and Collins. A final title in the "worlds" series, Metaworlds, was released in 1994 by Penguin.

      [Source: Marshall B. Tymn and Mike Ashley. Science Fiction, Fantasy, And Weird Fiction Magazines, 1985, pp. 266-267]

Works about this Work

Australian Science Fiction, as Showcased by Australian SF Anthologies Stephan Kraitsowits , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: JASAL , Special Issue vol. 11 no. 1 2011; (p. 1-11)
'An apparently convenient way of studying Australian science fiction is to analyse the contents of ready-made anthologies of Australian science fiction. In doing so, the researcher discreetly circumvents the thorny issue of 'What is Australian?' and also 'What is science fiction?' by taking for granted that the texts within collections of Australian sf necessarily are Australian science fiction. Things, however, are never quite so simple and before being able to add to the debate as to what Australian science fiction truly is, it is necessary to overview the 50 odd years separating the most recent sf anthologies from the very first anthology showcasing Australian science fiction and to plot the meandering course of the genre's commercial development.' (Author's abstract)
Australian Science Fiction, as Showcased by Australian SF Anthologies Stephan Kraitsowits , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: JASAL , Special Issue vol. 11 no. 1 2011; (p. 1-11)
'An apparently convenient way of studying Australian science fiction is to analyse the contents of ready-made anthologies of Australian science fiction. In doing so, the researcher discreetly circumvents the thorny issue of 'What is Australian?' and also 'What is science fiction?' by taking for granted that the texts within collections of Australian sf necessarily are Australian science fiction. Things, however, are never quite so simple and before being able to add to the debate as to what Australian science fiction truly is, it is necessary to overview the 50 odd years separating the most recent sf anthologies from the very first anthology showcasing Australian science fiction and to plot the meandering course of the genre's commercial development.' (Author's abstract)
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