Again, Dangerous Visions

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Again, Dangerous Visions
Cover of first edition (hardcover)
Author Edited by Harlan Ellison
Illustrator Ed Emshwiller
Country United States
Language English
Genre Science fiction
Publisher Doubleday
Publication date
Media type Print (Hardcover & Paperback)
Pages 760 pp
ISBN 0-575-04144-7
OCLC 16078092
Preceded by Dangerous Visions
Followed by The Last Dangerous Visions (unpublished)

Again, Dangerous Visions is a science fiction short story anthology, first published in 1972. The sequel to Dangerous Visions, it was edited by American writer Harlan Ellison and illustrated by Ed Emshwiller.

Like its predecessor, Again, Dangerous Visions and the stories within it received many awards. The Word for World is Forest, by Ursula K. Le Guin, won a Hugo for Best Novella. "When It Changed" by Joanna Russ won a Nebula Award for Best Short Story. For a second time, Harlan Ellison received a special Hugo for editing the anthology.

Again, Dangerous Visions was also published in a two-volume paperback edition by Signet in the US and Pan in the UK. It was to be followed by a third anthology, The Last Dangerous Visions, but this was never published.


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