Strange Wine

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Strange Wine: Fifteen New Stories from the Nightside of the World
Strange Wine Cover.jpg
First edition cover.
Author Harlan Ellison
Cover artist Leo and Diane Dillon
Country United States
Language English
Genre short stories
Speculative fiction
Published 1978 (Harper & Row)
Media type Print (paperback)
Pages 262 pp
ISBN 0-06-011113-5
OCLC 3446973

Strange Wine is a 1978 short story collection by Harlan Ellison. It contains the following stories (as well as Ellison's own introduction for each tale):

  • Introduction: Revealed at Last! What Killed the Dinosaurs! And You Don't Look So Terrific Yourself.
  • Croatoan
  • Working With the Little People
  • Killing Bernstein
  • Mom
  • In Fear of K
  • Hitler Painted Roses
  • The Wine Has Been Left Open Too Long and the Memory Has Gone Flat
  • From A to Z, in the Chocolate Alphabet
  • Lonely Women are the Vessels of Time
  • Emissary from Hamelin
  • The New York Review of Bird
  • Seeing
  • The Boulevard of Broken Dreams
  • Strange Wine
  • The Diagnosis of Dr. D'arqueAngel

Famously, Ellison wrote "Strange Wine" while sitting in the window of Santa Monica-area science fiction bookstore, A Change of Hobbit.

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