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Escape from Earth Travel Light Escape from Earth edited by Jack Dann & Gardner Dozois and Travel Light by Naomi Mitchison
reviewed by Paul Kincaid
All of the 420 pages of Escape from Earth, even the stand-out stories by Joe Haldeman and Orson Scott Card, are put to shame by the 135 pages of Naomi Mitchison's Travel Light. First published in 1952, it is a model of how a story should be written for teenagers. No, let's make this right, the book may have been written for teenagers, but it can be read with real pleasure by anyone. Which is probably the secret of its success: there is no implication of talking down to the audience, of an adult saying I know how you feel.

Future Sports Future Sports edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois
reviewed by Greg L. Johnson
Mixing sports and science fiction can be a bit of an oil and water proposition. Science fiction fans and sports fans have some things in common, they are passionate about their particular predilection, and both have sometimes been known to dress unconventionally in public. Yet, for whatever reasons, the two groups do not overlap much. Now comes an anthology where both the editors and the writers, for the most part, get it right.

Space Soldiers Space Soldiers edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois
reviewed by Peter D. Tillman
If you're in the mood for a fast-paced (but thoughtful) look at future warfare and its consequences, this is for you. Peter's choices are Alastair Reynolds' "Galactic North" and Paul J. McAuley's "Gardens of Saturn."

Future War Future War edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois
reviewed by Thomas Myer
These stories seek, in their own ways, to get a grip on the shifting modality of what war may be like in the future. The feverish intensity of human emotion blazes. These are not just fine specimens of SF -- no, they capture the essence of nauseating fear and hope and hate and anger and detachment that is life at the edge of imminent death.

Nanotech Nanotech edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois
reviewed by Todd Richmond
Different authors have different ideas about how nanotech will fit into the future. Many are content to relegate nanotech to the status of accepted, routine technology, while others write about the potential dangers. The editors of this collection explore all the possibilities.

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