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Tiptree, James Jr.
OUT OF THE EVERYWHERE
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2" non-yellowing library tape reinforcing spine.
Out of the Everywhere, and Other Extraordinary Visions (1981) - the fourth collection of stories by James Tiptree, Jr. For the first several years of her career, Alice Hastings Bradley Sheldon, writing as "James Tiptree, Jr." was assumed to be a man. Her identity was revealed in 1977. She also wrote as "Racoona Sheldon." Best known for her stories, she would win a half-dozen awards. Some recurrent themes in her work are sex, identity, exogamy, male-female relationships, ecology, and death. Don't miss these stories. Some of these won awards, or made the final ballot - I have noted which.
The last 2 novellas are original to this book (over 100 pages total), and the rest first appeared (from 1974 to 1980) - in IF, Galaxy, Analog, Magazine of F&SF, Aurora: Beyond Equality, Stellar 4, Interfaces, Universe 10 - 4 of them under the pseudonym "Raccoona Sheldon."