Her Smoke Rose Up Forever: The Great Years of James Tiptree, Jr

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Arkham House Publishers, 1990 - Fiction - 520 pages
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These 18 darkly complex short stories and novellas touch upon human nature and perception, metaphysics and epistemology, and gender and sexuality, foreshadowing a world in which biological tendencies bring about the downfall of humankind. Revisions from the author's notes are included, allowing a deeper view into her world and a better understanding of her work. The Nebula Awardwinning short story Love Is the Plan, the Plan Is Death, the Hugo Awardwinning novella The Girl Who Was Plugged In, and the Hugo and Nebula Awardwinning novella Houston, Houston, Do You Read? are included.

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User Review  - Tyler Case - Goodreads

Very well-written, inventive sci-fi. But, holy crap, this is some DEPRESSING stuff! I felt like just about every story was like one of the old Twilight Zone episodes, the ones with the twist at the end that makes everything dark and bleak. Read full review

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User Review  - Matthew - Goodreads

This was pretty mind blowing, though admittedly I haven't read science fiction in particular in a long time. A few stories in this collection won awards -- I liked them but my favorites were actually ... Read full review

Contents

THE GREEN HILLS OF EARTH
4
THE SCREWFLY SOLUTION
11
THE BOUNDARIES OF HUMANITY
36
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