After the King – Stories in Honor of J.R.R. Tolkien – edited by Martin H. Greenberg

Title: After the King – Stories in Honor of J.R.R. Tolkien
Author(s): Karen Anderson, Poul Anderson, Peter S. Beagle, Gregory Benford, John Brunner, Emma Bull, Charles de Lint, Stephen R. Donaldson, Karen Haber, Barry N. Malzberg, Dennis L. McKiernan, Patricia A. McKillip, Andre Norton, Terry Pratchett, Mike Resnick, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, Robert Silverberg, Judith Tarr, Harry Turtledove, Jane Yolen
Editor(s): Martin H. Greenberg
Cover Artist: Keith Parkinson
Language: English
Originally Published: January 1992
Publisher: Tor Books
Published: October 2001
ISBN-10: 0765302071
ISBN-13: 9780765302076
Contents:
   “Reave the Just” by Stephen R. Donaldson
   “Troll Bridge” by Terry Pratchett
   “A Long Night’s Vigil at the Temple” by Robert Silverberg
   “The Dragon of Tollin” by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough
   “Faith” by Poul and Karen Anderson
   “In the Season of the Dressing of the Wells” by John Brunner
   “The Fellowship of the Dragon” by Patricia A. McKillip
   “The Decoy Duck” by Harry Turtledove
   “Nine Threads of Gold” by Andre Norton
   “The Conjure Man” by Charles de Lint
   “The Halfling House” by Dennis L. McKiernan
   “Silver or Gold” by Emma Bull
   “Up the Side of the Air” by Karen Haber
   “The Naga” by Peter S. Beagle
   “Revolt of the Sugar Plum Fairies” by Mike Resnick
   “Winter’s King” by Jane Yolen
   “Götterdämmerung” by Barry N. Malzberg
   “Down the River Road” by Gregory Benford
   “Death and the Lady” by Judith Tarr

Dragons – The Greatest Stories – edited by Martin H. Greenberg

Title: Dragons: The Greatest Stories
Author(s): Gregory Benford, Ray Bradbury, Orson Scott Card, L. Sprague de Camp, Gordon R. Dickson, David Drake, Alan Dean Foster, Esther M. Friesner, Marc Laidlaw, Ursula K. Le Guin, Anne McCaffrey, Mickey Zucker Reichert, Joan D. Vinge, John Wyndham, Roger Zelazny
Editor(s): Martin H. Greenberg
Cover Artist: Don Maitz
Language: English
Publisher: MJF Books
Published: September 1997
ISBN-10: 1567311660
ISBN-13: 9781567311662
Contents:
   “Introduction” by Martin H. Greenberg
   “The Dragon” by Ray Bradbury
   “The Smallest Dragonboy” by Anne McCaffrey (Dragonriders of Pern)
   “The Rule of Names” by Ursula K. Le Guin (Earthsea)
   “St. Dragon and the George” by Gordon R. Dickson (Dragon and the George)
   “The Champion of Dragons” by Mickey Zucker Reichert
   “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” by Esther M. Friesner
   “Lethal Perspective” by Alan Dean Foster
   “The Storm King” by Joan D. Vinge
   “Dragon’s Teeth” by David Drake
   “Two Yards of Dragon” by L. Sprague de Camp (Incorporated Knight)
   “Chinese Puzzle” by John Wyndham
   “The George Business” by Roger Zelazny
   “A Hiss of Dragon” by Gregory Benford and Marc Laidlaw
   “The Bully and the Beast” by Orson Scott Card

Alien Pregnant by Elvis – edited by Esther M. Friesner and Martin H. Greenberg

Title: Alien Pregnant by Elvis
Author(s): Eluki bes Shahar, John Gregory Betancourt, Bruce Boston, David Brin, James Brunet, Greg Cox, Kate Daniel, John DeChancie, David Drake, Roger Dutcher, George Alec Effinger , Gregory Feeley, Alan Dean Foster, Laura Frankos, Esther M. Friesner, G—r G—n, Richard Gilliam, Karen Haber, Jeff Hecht, Anthony Lewis, Barry N. Malzberg, Dennis McKiernan, Thomas F. Monteleone, Jody Lynn Nye, Laura Resnick, Mike Resnick, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Josepha Sherman, Dean Wesley Smith, Allen Steele, Mark Tiedemann, Harry Turtledove, David Vierling, Lawrence Watt-Evans, T. Winter-Damon, Deborah Wunder
Editor(s): Esther M. Friesner, Martin H. Greenberg
Cover Artist: Jim Warren
Language: English
Publisher: Daw Books
Published: June 1994
ISBN-10: 0886776104
ISBN-13: 9780886776107
Contents:
   “Alien Pregnant by Elvis” essay by Esther M. Friesner
   “The Source of it All” by Dennis McKiernan
   “The Bride of Bigfoot” by Lawrence Watt-Evans
   “Close-Up Photos Reveal JFK Skull on Moon!” by Barry N. Malzberg
   “Marilyn, Elvis, and the Reality Blues” by James Brunet
   “Those Rowdy Royals!” by Laura Resnick
   “My Husband Became A Zombie and it Saved Our Marriage” by Karen Haber
   “Rock Band Conjures Satan as Manager” by Deborah Wunder
   “2,437 UFOs Over New Hampshire” by Allen Steele
   “Pulitzer Kills Publishing Maggot” by Mark Tiedemann
   “Elvis at the White House” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
   “The Number of the Beast” by Jeff Hecht
   “De Gustibus” by Anthony Lewis
   “Is Your Coworker a Space Alien?” by Eluki bes Shahar
   “A Beak for Trends” by Laura Frankos
   “Hitler Clone in Argentina Plots Falklands Reprise, or Death and Transfiguration” by John DeChancie
   “Group Phenomena” by Thomas F. Monteleone
   “Unextinctions” poem by Bruce Boston and Roger Dutcher
   “How Alien He Really Was” by Bruce Boston
   “NASA Sending Addicts to Mars!” by Alan Dean Foster
   “Vole” by John Gregory Betancourt
   “In Search of the Perfect Orgasm” by Dean Wesley Smith
   “Saving Sam’s Used UFOs” by Kate Daniel
   “Danny’s Excellent Adventure” by Greg Cox
   “Royal Tiff Yields Face of Jesus!” by Esther M. Friesner
   “Magnetic Personality Triggers Nail-Biter’s Near-Death Ordeal!” by T. Winter-Damon
   “They’d Never—” by Harry Turtledove
   “Loch Ness Monster Found—In the Bermuda Triangle” by David Vierling
   “Racehorse Predicts the Future!” by Josepha Sherman
   “Printer’s Devils” by Gregory Feeley
   “Cannibal Plants From Heck” by David Drake
   “Psychic Bats 1000 For Accuracy!” by Jody Lynn Nye
   “Caveat Atlantis” by Richard Gilliam
   “Frozen Hitler Found in Atlantean Love Nest” by G—r G—n
   “Those Eyes” by David Brin
   “Stop Press” by Mike Resnick
   “Martian Memorial to Elvis Sighted” by George Alec Effinger

Grails: Quests of the Dawn – edited by Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, and Edward E. Kramer

Title: Grails: Quests of the Dawn
Author(s): Bruce D. Arthurs, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Orson Scott Card, James S. Dorr, Lionel Fenn, Alan Dean Foster, Neil Gaiman, Richard Gilliam, Lee Hoffman, Mercedes Lackey, Fritz Leiber, Lisa Lepovetsky, Andre Norton, Ilona Ouspenskaya, Diana L. Paxson, Jeremiah E. Phipps, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Margo Skinner, Dean Wesley Smith, Brad Strickland, Brian M. Thomsen, Lawrence Watt-Evans, Rick Wilber, Gene Wolfe, Janny Wurts, Jane Yolen
Editor(s): Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer
Cover Artist: Thomas Canty
Language: English
Publisher: Roc
Published: March 1994
ISBN-10: 0451453034
ISBN-13: 9780451453037
Contents:
   “The Question of the Grail” poem by Jane Yolen
   “The Cup and the Cauldron” by Mercedes Lackey
   “That Which Overfloweth” by Andre Norton
   “Chalice of Tears, or I Didn’t Want that Damned Grail Anyway” by Marion Zimmer Bradley
   “The Feast of the Fisher King” by Diana L. Paxson
   “The Gift of Gilthaliad” by Brad Strickland
   “Curse of the Romany” by Ilona Ouspenskaya
   “Dagda” poem by James S. Dorr
   “The Sailor Who Sailed After the Sun” by Gene Wolfe
   “Water” by Lee Hoffman
   “What You See…” by Alan Dean Foster
   “Storyville, Tennessee” by Richard Gilliam
   “Somewhere in Her Dying Heart” poem by Lisa Lepovetsky
   “Hell-Bent for Leather” by Jeremiah E. Phipps
   “Atlantis” by Orson Scott Card
   “Invisible Bars” by Dean Wesley Smith
   “That Way Lies Camelot” by Janny Wurts
   “Hitchhiking Across an Ancient Sea” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
   “Visions” by Lawrence Watt-Evans
   “The Awful Truth in Arthur’s Barrow” by Lionel Fenn
   “Reunion” by Brian M. Thomsen
   “Quest Now” poem by Margo Skinner
   “Chivalry” by Neil Gaiman
   “Falling to the Edge of the End of the World” by Bruce D. Arthurs
   “Greggie’s Cup” by Rick Wilber
   “The Grail Legend: An Afterword” by Fritz Leiber

Masters of Fantasy – edited by Terry Carr and Martin H. Greenberg

Title: Masters of Fantasy
Author(s): Michael Bishop, James Blish, Robert Bloch, Anthony Boucher, Ray Bradbury, Fredric Brown, John Collier, Avram Davidson, Thomas M. Disch, Harlan Ellison, Philip José Farmer, H.L. Gold, Robert A. Heinlein, Zenna Henderson, Shirley Jackson, C.M. Kornbluth, Henry Kuttner, R.A. Lafferty, Fritz Leiber, H.P. Lovecraft, A. Merritt, C.L. Moore, Keith Roberts, Joanna Russ, Eric Frank Russell, Clark Ashton Smith, Theodore Sturgeon, Jack Vance, Manly Wade Wellman, Donald A. Wollheim, Roger Zelazny
Editor(s): Terry Carr, Martin H. Greenberg
Cover Artist: Henri Rousseau
Language: English
Publisher: Galahad Books
Published: August 1992
ISBN-10: 0883657864
ISBN-13: 9780883657867
Notes: Martin H. Greenberg is listed as “Martin Harry Greenberg” on the cover and inside the book.
Contents:
   “The Rats in the Walls” by H.P. Lovecraft
   “The Woman of the Wood” by A. Merritt
   “Trouble with Water” by H.L. Gold
   “Thirteen O’Clock” by C.M. Kornbluth
   “The Coming of the White Worm” by Clark Ashton Smith
   “Yesterday Was Monday” by Theodore Sturgeon
   “They Bite” by Anthony Boucher
   “Call Him Demon” by Henry Kuttner
   “Daemon” by C.L. Moore
   “The Black Ferris” by Ray Bradbury
   “Displaced Person” by Eric Frank Russell
   “Our Fair City” by Robert A. Heinlein
   “Come and Go Mad” by Fredric Brown
   “There Shall Be No Darkness” by James Blish
   “The Loom of Darkness” by Jack Vance
   “The Rag Thing” by Donald A. Wollheim
   “Sail On! Sail On!” by Philip José Farmer
   “One Ordinary Day, with Peanuts” by Shirley Jackson
   “That Hell-Bound Train” by Robert Bloch
   “Nine Yards of Other Cloth” by Manly Wade Wellman
   “The Montavarde Camera” by Avram Davidson
   “Man Overboard” by John Collier
   “My Dear Emily” by Joanna Russ
   “Descending” by Thomas M. Disch
   “Four Ghosts in Hamlet” by Fritz Leiber
   “Divine Madness” by Roger Zelazny
   “Narrow Valley” by R.A. Lafferty
   “Timothy” by Keith Roberts
   “Through a Glass—Darkly” by Zenna Henderson
   “Jeffty Is Five” by Harlan Ellison
   “Within the Walls of Tyre” by Michael Bishop

Murasaki by Poul Anderson, Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, David Brin, Nancy Kress, and Frederik Pohl

"Murasaki" by Poul Anderson, Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, David Brin, Nancy Kress, and Frederick Pohl.

“Murasaki” by Poul Anderson, Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, David Brin, Nancy Kress, and Frederick Pohl.


Title: Murasaki
Author(s): Poul Anderson, Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, David Brin, Nancy Kress, and Frederick Pohl
Editor(s): Robert Silverberg, Martin H. Greenberg
Cover Artist: Stephen Youll
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam Spectra
Published: May 1992
ISBN-10: 0553082299
ISBN-13: 9780553082296
Notes: A novel in six parts.

Visions of Fantasy – Tales from the Masters – edited by Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg

Title: Visions of Fantasy – Tales from the Masters
Author(s): Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Bruce Coville, Howard Goldsmith, Elizabeth S. Helfman, William M. Lee, Madeleine L’Engle, Anne McCaffrey, Al Sarrantonio, Edith Shiner, Lewis Shiner, Jane Yolen
Editor(s): Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg
Cover Artist: Larry Elmore
Language: English
Publisher: Doubleday
Published: October 1989
ISBN-10: 0385263597
ISBN-13: 9780385263597
Contents:
   “Introduction” by Isaac Asimov
   “The Smallest Dragonboy” by Anne McCaffrey
   “A Message from Charity” by William M. Lee
   “The Seventh Mandarin” by Jane Yolen
   “The Voices of El Dorado” by Howard Goldsmith
   “The Box” by Bruce Coville
   “The Lake” by Ray Bradbury
   “A Dozen of Everything” by Marion Zimmer Bradley
   “Poor Little Saturday” by Madeleine L’Engle
   “The Fable of the Three Princes” by Isaac Asimov
   “Letters from Camp” by Al Sarrantonio
   “Things That Go Quack in the Night” by Lewis Shiner and Edith Shiner
   “Voices in the Wind” by Elizabeth S. Helfman

100 Great Fantasy Short Short Stories – edited by Isaac Asimov, Terry Carr, and Martin H. Greenberg

Title: 100 Great Fantasy Short Short Stories
Series: Dream Cycle
Number in Series: n/a
Author(s): Bruce J. Balfour, John Gregory Betancourt, Bruce Boston, Richard Bowker, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Fredric Brown, Doris Pitkin Buck, F.M. Busby, Terry Carr, Gregg Chamberlain, Theodore R. Cogswell, Rick Conley, Lawrence C. Connolly, Wil Creveling, Jack Dann, Avram Davidson, Calvin W. Demmon, Gardner Dozois, Harlan Ellison, Janet Fox, Charles E. Fritch, Mel Gilden, Stephen Goldin, Lawrence Goldman, Judith Gorog, James Gunn, Jack C. Haldeman II, Edward D. Hoch, C. Bruce Hunter, George Clayton Johnson, Phyllis Ann Karr, Damon Knight, Joe R. Lansdale, John R. Little, Robert Lipsyte, H.P. Lovecraft, Katherine MacLean, Barry N. Malzberg, Richard Christian Matheson, André Maurois, Katherine MacLean, Raylyn Moore, John Morressy, William F. Nolan, Rick Norwood, Edgar Pangborn, Alexei Panshin, Arthur Porges, Jonathan V. Post, Bill Pronzini, Mack Reynolds, Joanna Russ, Eric Frank Russell, James Sallis, Scott Sanders, Al Sarrantonio, Robert J. Sawyer, Robert Sheckley, Clark Ashton Smith, Evelyn E. Smith, Margaret St. Clair, Steve Rasnic Tem, William F. Temple, William Tenn, Gordon Van Gelder, Lawrence Watt-Evans, Edward Wellen, Richard Wilson, Gene Wolfe, Donald A. Wollheim, Jane Yolen, Roger Zelazny
Editor(s): Isaac Asimov, Terry Carr, Martin H. Greenberg
Cover Artist: unknown
Language: English
Original Publisher: Doubleday
Originally Published: March 1984
Publisher: Avon Books
Published: September 1988
ISBN-10: 0380699176
ISBN-13: 9780380699179
Contents:
   “The Widest Field” essay by Isaac Asimov
   “The Abraham Lincoln Murder Case” by Rick Norwood
   “A Dozen of Everything” by Marion Zimmer Bradley
   “The Anatomy Lesson” by Scott Sanders
   “And I Only Am Escaped to Tell Thee” by Roger Zelazny
   “Angelica” by Jane Yolen
   “Apocryphal Fragment” by Edward Wellen
   “A Prophecy of Monsters” by Clark Ashton Smith
   “At the Bureau” by Steve Rasnic Tem
   “Aunt Agatha” by Doris Pitkin Buck
   “The Boulevard of Broken Dreams” by Harlan Ellison
   “But Not the Herald” by Roger Zelazny
   “Chained” by Barry N. Malzberg
   “Chalk Talk” by Edward Wellen
   “Climacteric” by Avram Davidson
   “The Contest” by Robert J. Sawyer
   “Controlled Experiment” by Rick Conley
   “The Curse of Hooligan’s Bar” by Charles E. Fritch
   “The Dark Ones” by Richard Christian Matheson
   “Dead Call” by William F. Nolan
   “Deadline” by Mel Gilden
   “Deal with the D.E.V.I.L.” by Theodore R. Cogswell
   “The Devil Finds Work” by Mack Reynolds
   “Devlin’s Dream” by George Clayton Johnson
   “Displaced Person” by Eric Frank Russell
   “Echoes” by Lawrence C. Connolly
   “Ex Oblivione” (Dream Cycle) by H.P. Lovecraft
   “Farewell Party” by Richard Wilson
   “Feeding Time” by James Gunn
   “Final Version” by John Morressy
   “Five Minutes Early” by Robert Sheckley
   “Freedom” by Rick Norwood
   “Garage Sale” by Janet Fox
   “Getting Back to Before It Began” by Raylyn Moore
   “The Giveaway” by Steve Rasnic Tem
   “Give Her Hell” by Donald A. Wollheim
   “God’s Nose” by Damon Knight
   “The Good Husband” by Evelyn E. Smith
   “The Handler” by Damon Knight
   “The Haters” by Donald A. Wollheim
   “The House” by André Maurois
   “How Georges Duchamps Discovered a Plot to Take Over the World” by Alexei Panshin
   “The Human Angle” by William Tenn
   “The Importance of Being Important” by Calvin W. Demmon
   “Interview with a Gentleman Farmer” by Bruce Boston
   “Judgment Day” by Jack C. Haldeman II
   “Just One More” by Edward D. Hoch
   “The Lady and the Merman” by Jane Yolen
   “The Last Unicorns” by Edward D. Hoch
   “The Last Wizard” by Avram Davidson
   “Letters from Camp” by Al Sarrantonio
   “L is for Loup-Garou” by Harlan Ellison
   “Love Filter” by Gregg Chamberlain
   “The Maiden’s Sacrifice” by Edward D. Hoch
   “Malice Aforethought” by Donald A. Wollheim
   “The Man Who Sold Rope to the Gnoles” by Margaret St. Clair
   “Miranda-Escobedo” by James Sallis
   “Mr. Wilde’s Second Chance” by Joanna Russ
   “Mortimer Snodgrass Turtle” by Jack C. Haldeman II
   “Mouse-Kitty” by Rick Norwood
   “Naturally” by Fredric Brown
   “Night Visions” by Jack Dann
   “Once Upon a Unicorn” by F.M. Busby
   “$1.98” by Arthur Porges
   “Opening a Vein” by Barry N. Malzberg and Bill Pronzini
   “The Other” by Katherine MacLean
   “The Other One” by Rick Norwood
   “The Other Train Phenomenon” by Richard Bowker
   “The Painters Are Coming Today” by Steve Rasnic Tem
   “Paranoid Fantasy #1” by Lawrence Watt-Evans
   “Perchance to Dream” by Katherine MacLean
   “Personality Problem” by Joe R. Lansdale
   “Pharaoh’s Revenge” by C. Bruce Hunter
   “Pick-Up for Olympus” by Edgar Pangborn
   “The Poor” by Steve Rasnic Tem
   “Prayer War” by Jonathan V. Post
   “The Prophecy” by Bill Pronzini
   “The Rag Thing” by Donald A. Wollheim
   “The Recording” by Gene Wolfe
   “Red Carpet Treatment” by Robert Lipsyte
   “The Sacrifice” by Gardner Dozois
   “Santa’s Tenth Reindeer” by Gordon Van Gelder
   “The Second Short-Shortest Fantasy Story Ever Ever Published” by Barry N. Malzberg
   “Sleep” by Steve Rasnic Tem
   “Some Days Are Like That” by Bruce J. Balfour
   “Temporarily at Liberty” by Lawrence Goldman
   “The Thing That Stared” by Richard Wilson
   “Thinking the Unthinkable” by Wil Creveling
   “The Third Wish” by Rick Norwood
   “Those Three Wishes” by Judith Gorog
   “Thus I Refute” by Terry Carr
   “The Toe” by Phyllis Ann Karr
   “Tommy’s Christmas” by John R. Little
   “The Tower Bird” by Jane Yolen
   “Vernon’s Dragon” by John Gregory Betancourt
   “Voodoo” by Fredric Brown
   “Weather Prediction” by Evelyn E. Smith
   “Who Rides with Santa Anna?” by Edward D. Hoch
   “Wisher Takes All” by William F. Temple
   “The World Where Wishes Worked” by Stephen Goldin
   “Your Soul Comes C.O.D.” by Mack Reynolds

The 7 Deadly Sins of Science Fiction – edited by Isaac Asimov, Charles G. Waugh, and Martin H. Greenberg

Title: The 7 Deadly Sins of Science Fiction
Series: Susan Calvin, Nicholas Van Rijn
Number in Series: n/a
Author(s): Poul Anderson, Isaac Asimov, Michael G. Coney, Judith Merril, Frederik Pohl, Henry Slesar, Jack Vance, Roger Zelazny
Editor(s): Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh
Cover Artist: Jerome Podwil
Language: English
Publisher: Fawcett Crest
Published: November 1980
ISBN-10: 0449243494
ISBN-13: 9780449243497
Contents:
   “Introduction” essay by Martin H. Greenberg
   “Sail 25” by Jack Vance
   “Peeping Tom” by Judith Merril
   “The Invisible Man Murder Case” by Henry Slesar
   “Galley Slave” (Susan Calvin) by Isaac Asimov
   “Divine Madness” by Roger Zelazny
   “The Midas Plague” by Frederik Pohl
   “The Man Who Ate the World” by Frederik Pohl
   “Margin of Profit” (Nicholas Van Rijn) by Poul Anderson
   “The Hook, the Eye and the Whip” by Michael G. Coney