Driftglass

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Driftglass
Driftglass.jpg
cover of the first edition
Author Samuel R. Delany
Country United States
Language English
Genre Science fiction
Fantasy
Short stories
Publisher Signet Books
Publication date
1971
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages 278 pp

Driftglass is a 1971 collection of science fiction short stories by Samuel R. Delany. The stories originally appeared in the magazines Worlds of Tomorrow, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, If and New Worlds or the anthologies Quark/3, Dangerous Visions and Alchemy & Academe.

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  1. ^ This story is dedicated to Roger Zelazny, of whose work it is a pastiche. Zelazny also appears as a character. "'My name's Roger...' followed by something Polish and unpronounceable that began with Z and ended with Y." (p. 141) It also contains a pre-Internet reference to "a worldwide computer system." (p.155)
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