"AN IMPRESSIVE INNOVATOR, ONE OF THE 12 MOST INFLUENTIAL WRITERS OF SF." That's how sf award-winner Barry Maltzberg describes Mark Clifton, who won the Hugo Award for his novel They'd Rather Be Right. But most readers and critics consider Clifton's short stories by far his best work. Find out for yourself in this first volume of The Complete Short Fiction of Mark Clifton. Included in this volume are his classic of a young girl with superpowers, "Star Bright," his early feminist work, "A Woman's Place," two classics from the pages of Analog, "Clerical Error" and "Solution Delayed," the bitingly wicked, "The Kenzie Report," and other dazzling SF stories.
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