The Silver Age of Science Fiction saw a wealth of compelling speculative tales -- and women authors wrote some of the best of the best. Yet the stories of this era, especially those by women, have been largely unreprinted, unrepresented, and unremembered.
Rediscovery: Science Fiction by Women (1958-1963) features fourteen selections of the best science fiction of the Silver Age by the unsung women authors of yesteryear, introduced by today's rising stars:
Unhuman Sacrifice (1958) by Katherine MacLean, introduced by Natalie Devitt Wish Upon a Star (1958) by Judith Merril, introduced by Erica Frank A Matter of Proportion (1959) by Anne Walker, introduced by Erica Friedman The White Pony (1960) by Jane Rice, introduced by T.D. Cloud Step IV (1960) by Rosel George Brown, introduced by Andi Dukleth Of All Possible Worlds (1961) by Rosel George Brown, introduced by Cora Buhlert Satisfaction Guaranteed (1961) by Joy Leache, introduced by A.J. Howells The Deer Park (1962) by Maria Russell, introduced by Claire Weaver To Lift a Ship (1962) by Kit Reed, introduced by Gideon Marcus The Putnam Tradition (1963) by Sonya Hess Dorman, introduced by Lorelei Marcus The Pleiades (1963) by Otis Kidwell Burger, introduced by Gwyn Conaway No Trading Voyage (1963) by Doris Pitkin Buck, introduced by Marie Vibbert Cornie on the Walls (1963) by Sidney van Scyoc, introduced by Rosemary Benton Unwillingly to School (1958) by Pauline Ashwell, introduced by Janice Marcus