cover of the first edition
|Author||Samuel R. Delany|
|Genre||Science fiction, fantasy|
|Media type||Print (hardback & paperback)|
Driftglass is a 1971 collection of science fiction short stories by American writer 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.
- "The Star Pit"
- "Dog in a Fisherman’s Net"
- "Aye, and Gomorrah..." (winner of the Nebula Award)
- "We, in Some Strange Power’s Employ, Move on a Rigorous Line"
- "Cage of Brass"
- "High Weir"
- "Time Considered as a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones" (winner of the Hugo Award and Nebula Award)
- "Night and the Loves of Joe Dicostanzo"
- 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)
- "The Internet Speculative Fiction Database". Retrieved 2008-01-02.
- Contento, William G. "Index to Science Fiction Anthologies and Collections". Retrieved 2008-01-02.