Writers of the Future Volume 7
What if. . .
You were a castaway on a far distant and deadly planet, and yet you were perfectly happy?
You were the latest in a long line of queens who could fortell the future, but this acted as a curse?
Suppose. . .
You were competing with someone else to build a time machine.
Your plan to raid a fortress was hung up on a seemingly trivial detail.
That the man or woman you loved wasn’t what they seemed to be.
These are just some of the adventures that await. . .
Introduction by Algis Budrys
Georgi by James C. Glass, illustrated by Thomas Denmark
A Plumber’s Tale by Merritt Severson, illustrated by Sergey V. Poyarkov
Seventeen Short Essays on the Relationship Between Art and Science by
Michael C. Berch, illustrated by Christopher C. Beau
Search for Research by L. Ron Hubbard
Relay by Michelle C. Levigne, illustrated by Rob Alexander
Hopes and Dreams by Mark Andrew Garland, illustrated by James S. Reece
Pandora’s Box 2055 by David Hast, illustrated by Rob Sanford
My Advice to the Undiscovered by Ray Aldridge
The Trashman of Aushwitz by Barry H. Reynolds, illustrated by Harold J. Fox
The Cab Driver from Hell in the Land of the Pioux Hawkes by Allen J.M. Smith, illustrated by Michael Grossman
The Difference by Frank Frazetta
Yarena’s Daughter by Terri Trimble, illustrated by Charles Doughtery
You, Yourself, Are a Delight, and It Is Only Your Work That Is Overwrought or Lacking in Affect or Cliched or Drearily Je-June, Karen Joy Fowler
Sensations of the Mind by Valerie J. Freireich, illustrated by Lawrence Allen Williams
The Raid on the Golden Horn by Don Satterlee, illustrated by Lawrence Allen Williams
It is Just Good Business by Kristine Katheryn Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith
A Plea for Mercy by Ojvind Bernander, illustrated by Rob Sanford
Balanced Ecology by William Esrac, illustrated by Ferenc Temil Temesvari
Writing and Selling Your First Novel by Dave Wolverton
An Exultation of Tears by Ross Westergaard, illustrated by Ferenc Temil Temesvari
Crow’s Curse by Michael H. Payne, illustrated by Peter H. Francis
Why We’re Glad to Be Here by Algis Budrys
A Note from Frank Kelly Freas