Medea: Harlan's World

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Medea: Harlan's World
Country USA
Language English
Genre science fiction
Published 1985
Media type anthology

Medea: Harlan's World (1985; ISBN 0-932096-36-0) is a 1985 collection of science fiction short stories by different authors,[1] all taking place on the same fictional moon. It was an experiment in collaborative science-fictional world-building, featuring contributions by Hal Clement, Frank Herbert, and others.

It was based on a 1975 UCLA seminar called "10 Tuesdays Down a Rabbit Hole", held by Harlan Ellison and other science fiction authors.

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  1. ^ "Medea: Harlan's World". Worldcat. 1985. Retrieved 11 October 2014.