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(Introduction by Roger Zelazny)
These appeared over a 25 year period in a wide variety of sources: from prozines like Galaxy, If, Amazing, Magazine of Horror, Whispers, Isaac Asimov's, and Analog; to fanzines like Double: Bill and Granfaloon; and anthologies like After the Fall, Science Fiction Discoveries, and Dragons of Light. "Unicorn Variation" won the Hugo award for "best novelette" in 1982, and "Home Is the Hangman" won the Hugo for "best novella" in 1976, plus the Nebula award in 1975.