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Title The Eagle has landed : 50 years of lunar science fiction / edited by Neil Clarke.

Publication Info. New York : Night Shade Books, [2019]

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 GDL Central Library Fiction  New Shelf  SF EAGLE    DUE 07-06-21
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Description xi, 572 pages ; 24 cm
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Contents Bagatelle / John Varley -- The eve of the last Apollo / Carter Scholz -- The lunatics / Kim Stanley Robinson -- Griffin's egg / Michael Swanwick -- A walk in the sun / Geoffrey A. Landis -- Waging good / Robert Reed -- How we lost the Moon, a true story by Frank W. Allen / Paul McAuley -- People came from Earth / Stephen Baxter -- Ashes and tombstones / Brian Stableford -- Sunday night yams at Minnie and Earl's / Adam Troy Castro -- Stories for men / John Kessel -- The clear blue seas of Luna / Gregory Benford -- You will go to the Moon / William Preston -- Seniorsource / Kristine Kathryn Rusch -- The economy of vacuum / Sarah Thomas -- The Cassandra Project / Jack McDevitt -- Fly me to the Moon / Marianne J. Dyson -- Tyche and the ants / Hannu Rajaniemi -- The Moon belongs to everyone / Michael Alexander and K.C. Ball -- The fifth dragon / Ian McDonald -- Let baser things devise / Berrien C. Henderson -- The Moon is not a battlefield / Indrapramit Das -- Every hour of light and dark / Nancy Kress -- In event of Moon disaster / Rich Larson.
Summary "On July 20, 1969, mankind made what had only years earlier seemed like an impossible leap forward: when Apollo 11 became the first manned mission to land on the moon, and Neil Armstrong the first person to step foot on the lunar surface. While there have only been a handful of new missions since, the fascination with our planet's satellite continues, and generations of writers and artists have imagined the endless possibilities of lunar life. From adventures in the vast gulf of space between the earth and the moon, to journeys across the light face to the dark side, to the establishment of permanent residences on its surface, science fiction has for decades given readers bold and forward-thinking ideas about our nearest interstellar neighbor and what it might mean to humankind, both now and in our future. The Eagle Has Landed collects the best stories written in the fifty years since mankind first stepped foot on the lunar surface, serving as a shining reminder that the moon is and always has been our most visible and constant example of all the infinite possibility of the wider universe"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Science fiction -- 20th century.
Short stories -- 21st century.
Short stories -- 20th century.
Science fiction -- 21st century.
Moon -- Exploration -- Fiction.
Added Author Clarke, Neil, 1966- editor.
Varley, John, 1947 August 9- Bagatelle.
Scholz, Carter. Eve of the last Apollo.
Robinson, Kim Stanley. Lunatics.
Swanwick, Michael. Griffin's egg.
Landis, Geoffrey A. Walk in the sun.
Reed, Robert, 1956- Waging good.
McAuley, Paul. How we lost the Moon, a true story by Frank W. Allen.
Baxter, Stephen. People came from Earth.
Stableford, Brian M. Ashes and tombstones.
Castro, Adam-Troy. Sunday night yams at Minnie and Earl's.
ISBN 9781949102093 (hardback alk. paper) $34.99
1949102092 (hardback alk. paper) $34.99
9781597809993 (paperback alk. paper)
1597809993 (paperback alk. paper)

 
    
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