Extra(ordinary) People

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Extra(ordinary) People
Extra(ordinary) People cover.jpg
Author Joanna Russ
Cover artist Greg Scott
Country United States
Language English
Genre Science Fiction
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Publication date
April 1984
Media type Print (Hardcover and Paperback)
Pages 161 pp
ISBN 0-312-27806-3
OCLC 9971278

Extra(ordinary) People is a 1984 collection of feminist science fiction stories by Joanna Russ. The novella "Souls" won the 1983 Hugo Award for the best novella.

Contents[edit]

  • "Souls" (1982) novella, originally published in F&SF, January 1982.
  • "The Mystery of the Young Gentleman" (1982) novelette, originally published in Speculations ed. by Isaac Asimov and Alice Laurence
  • "Bodies" (1984) novelette.
  • "What Did You Do During the Revolution, Grandma?" (1983) novelette, originally published in The Seattle Review, Spring 1983.
  • "Everyday Depressions" (1984) short story.

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