Platinum Pohl

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Platinum Pohl is a collection of thirty science fiction stories by Frederik Pohl first published in December 2005 by Tor Books(ISBN 0-312-87527-4). It includes a volume introduction and story introductions by the editor, James Frenkel, plus an afterword by Pohl.

Contents[edit]

  • Introduction by James Frenkel
  • "The Merchants of Venus", Worlds of If, July/August 1972.
  • "The Things That Happen", Asimov's, October 1985
  • "The High Test", Asimov's, June 1983.
  • "My Lady Green Sleeves", Galaxy, February 1957.
  • "The Kindly Isle", Asimov's, November 1984.
  • "The Middle of Nowhere", Galaxy, May 1955.
  • "I Remember a Winter", Orbit 11, Damon Knight (ed.), 1972.
  • "The Greening of Bed-Stuy", F&SF, July 1984.
  • "To See Another Mountain", F&SF, April 1959.
  • "The Mapmakers", Galaxy, July 1955.
  • "Spending a Day at the Lottery Fair", F&SF, October 1983.
  • "The Celebrated No-Hit Inning", Fantastic Universe, September 1956.
  • "Some Joys Under the Star", Galaxy, November 1973.
  • "Servant of the People", Analog, February 1983.
  • "Waiting for the Olympians", Asimov's, August 1988.
  • "Criticality", Analog, December 1984.
  • "Shaffery Among the Immortals", F&SF, July 1972.
  • "The Day the Icicle Works Closed", Galaxy, February 1960.
  • "Saucery", F&SF, October 1986.
  • "The Gold at the Starbow's End", Analog, March 1972.
  • "Growing Up in Edge City", Epoch, Roger Elwood and Robert Silverberg (eds.), 1975.
  • "The Knights of Arthur", Galaxy, January 1958.
  • "Creation Myths of the Recently Extinct", Analog, January 1994.
  • "The Meeting" (in collaboration with C.M. Kornbluth), F&SF, November 1972.
  • "Let the Ants Try", (as by James MacCreigh) Planet Stories, Winter 1949.
  • "Speed Trap", Playboy, November 1967.
  • "The Day the Martians Came", Dangerous Visions, Harlan Ellison (ed.), 1967.
  • "Day Million", Rogue, February/March 1966.
  • "The Mayor of Mare Tranq", The Williamson Effect, Tor, 1996.
  • "Fermi and Frost", Asimov's, January 1985.
  • Afterword : Fifty Years and Counting.