The Longest Voyage
|"The Longest Voyage"|
|Publisher||Analog Science Fiction and Fact|
On a distant world the age of exploration is beginning. A party of daring explorers attempts to circumnavigate their world. In unknown waters they encounter an island civilization which claims to have a prophet who fell from the stars.
Gardner Dozois, upon selecting "The Longest Voyage" for inclusion in his 2000 anthology Explorers: SF Adventures to Far Horizons, said that it is "nearly unmatched" in science fiction for its "lyricism, compassion, subtlety, thoughtfulness, and above all the relish it takes in the bristling strangeness and wonder of the world".
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- Introduction to 'The Longest Voyage', in Explorers: SF Adventures to Far Horizons, by Gardner Dozois, published 2000 by MacMillan
- THE HUGO WINNERS, VOLUME I - Edited by Isaac Asimov, reviewed by Steven H. Silver, on the SF Site; published no later than March 7, 2004 (earliest version on archive.org); retrieved May 30, 2015
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