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Dangerous Visions

Dangerous Visions was a path-breaking science fiction short story anthology[?] edited by Harlan Ellison and published in 1967. It was a defining work of the New Wave science fiction movement, particularly in its depiction of sex in science fiction.

The anthology contains many classic stories, and the list of authors reads like a Who's Who of 1960s science fiction talent.

There were (two??) sequels, Again, Dangerous Visions and The Last Dangerous Visions.

The stories and authors in the original Dangerous Visions anthology were:

Publication dates and ISBNs for Dangerous Visions and sequels:



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