Redshift by Al Sarrantonio
Extreme Visions of Speculative Fiction

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Hand-picked by Bram Stoker Award-winning editor Al Sarrantonio to revolutionize and galvanize the field of speculative fiction, Redshift signals the dawning of a new era in visionary writing...

Featuring ALL-NEW stories by:

Catherine Asaro
Neal Barrett, Jr.
Stephen Baxter
Gregory Benford
P.D. Cacek
Jack Dawn
Paul Di Filippo
Thomas M. Disch
Elizabeth Hand
Joe Haldeman
James Patrick Kelly
Ursula K. Le Guin
Ardath Mayhar
Barry N. Mazberg and Kathe Koja
Michael Moorcock
David Morrell
Larry Niven
Joyce Carol Oates
Kit Reed
Rudy Rucker and John Shirley
Al Sarrantonio
Peter Schneider
Dan Simmons
Michael Marshall Smith
Harry Turtledove
Robert E. Vardeman
Catherine Wells
Laura Whitton
Gene Wolfe

About Al Sarrantonio

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Al Sarrantonio has written 28 novels and has had his short stories appear in publications such as, "Heavy Metal," Twilight Zone," "Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine" and "Realms of Fantasy." He has also had his work appear in such anthologies as "The Year's Best Horror Stories," Visions of Fantasies: Tales from the Masters," "Great Ghost Stories" and "The Best of Shadows." Sarrantonio writes a host of genres, including, science fiction, fantasy, horror and western. His novels include, "Exile," "Moonbane," "October," "West Texas" and "Campbell Wood." He was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award of the Horror Writer's Association and the Private Eye Writer's of America's Shamus Award. Sarrantonio has edited three volumes of humor as well as co-edited "100 Hair Raising Little Horror Stories.
Published December 1, 2001 by Roc Hardcover. 608 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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For this big, glitzy original anthology, Sarrantonio asked his contributors to write short stories that could "influence the course of sf for the next twenty-five years."

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SF Site

Novelist, short story writer, editor, book reviewer and columnist, Al Sarrantonio is the author of 20 novels in the horror, science fiction, mystery, and western genres, as well as the editor of 5 books of horror and humour.

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Locus Mag

In his introduction, Sarrantonio writes, “I do think there are a few pieces in this book that would have had a hard time finding a home, specifically due to content, even in this day and age.” But with the possible exception of the editor’s own story herein, about which more later, I don’t think...

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