Michael Bishop - Fiction - 1996 - 328 pages
Fifteen offbeat tales. They range from the title piece, on a man in the U.S. South who decides to commit harakiri, to God's Hour, on a TV program hosted by God.
Michael Bishop - Fiction - 1988 - 367 pages
The appearance of unicorns on a Colorado cattle ranch joins a dying man, the ranch owner, and a Ute man and his daughter in a test of courage and humanity
Isaac Asimov - Fiction - 1974 - 986 pages
Asimov combines many of his science fiction favorites from the thirties with his personal reflections on his early years, interests, and influences
Frederik Pohl - Fiction - 1985 - 176 pages
Mitchell Courtenay, an advertising copywriter of the future is assigned to sway public support for the American colonization of Venus