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Stories of Science Fiction and Fantasy

About the World's Greatest City

Edited by Lawrence Watt-Evans


First published by Roc, an imprint of New American Library, a division of Penguin Books USA Inc.
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"Cloister" by Piers Anthony—a rolicking tale of what happens when a desperate Abbot tries to magically remodel the city into a powerful center of learning...
"Getting Real" by Susan Shwartz—she was a "temp" with no true life or identity of her own, and no one had warned how dangerous becoming a "real" person could be...
"The Cleanest Block in Town" by Janet Asimov—This was one alien invasion that would really clean up the town...
"Post Time in Pink" by Mike Resnick—It could be a trunkful of trouble being a private-eye in a devil-run New York, where racing pink elephants was all the rage...
These are just a few of the incredible guided tours you can sign up for when you make your reservations to visit—

Newer York


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[Newer York]

24 Tales of New York City, the day after tomorrow, the day before yesterday—or somewhen else instead....

Newer York
Edited by
Lawrence Watt-Evans
Roc * 451-LE5045* (Canada $5.99) U.S. $4.50


  • PIERS ANTHONY
  • MIKE RESNICK
  • KRISTINE KATHRYN RUSCH
  • WARREN MURPHY & MOLLY COCHRAN
  • ESTHER FRIESNER
  • SUSAN SHWARTZ
  • AND OTHER BOLD EXPLORERS OF THE CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS...

Ever since the classic film Metropolis, New York has been an inspiration for creative minds able to see reality from a whole new angle. And visionary author and editor Lawrence Watt-Evans has brought together twenty-four unforgettable original stories of Newer York—the city that New York might one day become, as well as the secret worlds that may already exist within the skyscrapers, train trunnels, back alleys, busy streets, and even such seeming relics of a more pastoral age as Central Park.

From invasions by aliens and long-forgotten gods to city survivors and babies on the fast track... from a bag lady's bounty to urban meltdown—how can even Newer York encompass it all? Find out for yourself as you journey to the heart of the city no tourist will ever see—


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