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  • Tales of science fiction and adventure from the Hugo Award–winning author of Way Station and City.   The long and prolific career of Clifford D. Simak cemented him as one of the formative voices of the science fiction and fantasy genre. The third ...


  • Nine tales of imagination and wonder from one of the formative voices of science fiction and fantasy, the author of Way Station and City.   Named a Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America, Clifford D. Simak was a preeminent voice dur...


  • A mind-opening collection of short science fiction from one of the genre’s most revered Grand Masters.   Legendary author Robert A. Heinlein proclaimed, “To read science fiction is to read Simak. A reader who does not like Simak stories does not...


  • Ten thrilling and intriguing tales of space travel, war, and alien encounters from multiple Hugo Award–winning Grand Master of Science Fiction Clifford D. Simak.   From Frank Herbert’s Dune to Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series to Philip K. Dick...


  • From tales of alien invasions and intergalactic war to visions of dystopian tomorrows, an astonishing collection from one of literary science fiction’s all-time greats, Hugo Award winner Clifford D. Simak. The twentieth century’s so-called golden...


  • Strange, poignant tales of life on tomorrow’s Earth and in outer space from multiple Hugo Award–winning Grand Master of Science Fiction Clifford D. Simak. Virtually every major author from science fiction’s fabled golden age—including Poul An...


  • Collected tales of wonder, danger, and the future, including the Hugo and Nebula Award–winning title story   This volume contains ten stellar short stories by science fiction Grand Master Clifford D. Simak. In “Grotto of the Dancing Deer,” a m...


  • Ten stories of wonder and imagination by an author named Grand Master by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America   In the collection’s title story, Frederick Gray is closing in on seventy and has outlived his usefulness as a professor o...


  • Twelve tales of the unknown from a master of science fiction   Clifford D. Simak had a sublime ability to evoke a lost way of life. He spent his youth in rural Wisconsin, a landscape filled with mysterious hollows, cliffs, dark forests, and the Wisc...







  • In rural Wisconsin, wonder clashes dangerously with corporate greed when an alien visitor opens up a gateway through time into a breathtaking prehistoric lost world On sabbatical from teaching at a small university, paleontologist Asa Steele is conte...


  • Tales of the unknown in which a fix-it man crosses into another dimension -- and more Hiram Taine is a handyman who can fix anything. When he isn’t fiddling with his tools, he is roaming through the woods with his dog, Towser, as he has done for...


  • Tales of nostalgia and loss in a world overrun by technology Hank is walking home from the bar when the Model T pulls alongside him. It’s been decades since he saw a car this old, and the sound of it takes him right back to his twenties. The doo...


  • Ten stories of mystery and imagination in a world that cannot be -- including the never-before-published “I Had No Head and My Eyes Were Floating Way Up in the Air,” originally written for Harlan Ellison’s The Last Dangerous Visions. People...


  • From the Nebula Award–winning author of Way Station: Ten stories—including one never before published—of mystery and imagination in a world that cannot be. People work; folk play. That is how it has been in this country for as long as Sam can ...



  • Clifford Donald Simak (1904 – 1988) was an American science fiction writer. He was honored by fans with three Hugo Awards and by colleagues with one Nebula Award. The Science Fiction Writers of America made him its third SFWA Grand Master and the H...


  • The "Golden Age of Science Fiction" Megapacks are designed to introduce readers to classic science fiction writers who might otherwise be forgotten. This volume assembles 2 novels and 4 shorter works - almost 500 pages of classic fiction - by 3-tim...


  • In the 80th Century, the status-quo of Earth’s galactic empire must be maintained at any cost, and no human may be killed without a fearful penalty. Yet Christopher Adams, chief of the Dept, of Galactic Investigation, has learned that several men o...


  • Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback collections of the best in classic science fiction short stories. Science Fiction Gems, Vol. Five features works by Clifford D. Simak, John W. Jakes, Roger Dee, J. F. Bone, Alan E. Nourse, Harry Harriso...


  • Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic science fiction double novels. The first novel, "Full Cycle" is about a strange new world of the future. Was Ambrose Wilson merely a ghost...an ancient relic of a new world that had passed him...


  • Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback collections of the best in classic science fiction short stories. "Science Fiction Gems, Vol. One" features works by Clifford D. Simak, Isaac Asimov, John Jakes, Henry Slesar, Algis Budrys, Jack Vance, ...


  • Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel, “Worlds Without End” is an edge of your seat sci-fi thriller from one of the masters of the golden age...


  • Hellhounds of the Cosmos appeared in the June 1932 issue of Astounding Stories. Weird are the conditions of the interdimensional struggle faced by Dr. White's ninety-nine men. Project Mastodon appeared in the March 1955 issue of Galaxy. He was. Not h...


  •                                                                                                SOMETHING WAS WRONG WITH THE WORLD!The pendulum clock struck ...


  • This volume assembles four classic stories from the author of "Way Station" and "Project Pope." From time travel to hunting alien pests, from invaders from the fourth dimension to impossible sexless alien biology, Clifford D. Simak plumbs the depths ...


  • Spencer Chambers wants to make the solar system his own personal Empire. A trillionaire and industrialist he owns the ships that can carry humanity to freedom and plenty in the untapped riches of the solar system. In return he wants to charge exorbit...


  • A link between yesterday and the tomorrow that was here already …The closer you move to something the farther away it got …Dreams constructed and maintained by society …Stranded on an alien world with nobody to talk to except your spaceship …...


  • When a generation ship that's traveled for a thousand years suddenly stops, one man, the lone "sinner" who can read books, must risk his life to complete the mission. A thrilling space adventure from the author of "Way Station," "City," and "Mastodon...






  • The paper had gone to press, graphically describing the latest of the many horrible events which had been enacted upon the Earth in the last six months. The headlines screamed that Six Corners, a little hamlet in Pennsylvania, had been wiped out by t...


  • Hudson lay in his sleeping bag, staring at the sky. It bothered him a lot. There was not one familiar constellation, not one star that he could name with any certainty. This juggling of the stars, he thought, emphasized more than anything else in thi...



  • This seventh collection to be assembled by the editor Francis Lyall, is mainly to show Clifford D. Simak's early use of ideas that fascinated him, and, with one exception, bring together stories which have been unavailable since they were first publi...



  • A collection of short tales by the author of City and Grotto of the Dancing Deer includes the title story, in which God is depicted as an experimental scientist killed by his own creation, and others....



  • Enoch Wallace survived the carnage of Gettysburg and lived through the rest of the Civil War to make it home to his parents' farm in southwest Wisconsin. But his mother was already dead and his father soon joined her in the tiny family cemetery. It w...



  • When inventors come up with cars, light bulbs, razor blades, and other items that never wear out or break down, the world's biggest industries begin to be squeezed out, and the planet is headed for economic collapse, when people suddenly begin to dis...




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  • Time travel involves dangersfrom saber-toothed tigers to killer robotsbut it may be humanity's only hope in this novel by a Nebula Awardwinning author. What is the price of eternal life? Secret agent Jay Corcoran is about to learn the answer when ...



  • A scholar, a goblin, and a gnome, among others, pursue the secrets of a vanished ancient race through a wasteland of dark magic in this enthralling fantasy quest adventure On an Earth that is different from ours, the young scholar Mark Cornwall becom...


  • On a far future Earth, mankind's achievements are immense: artificially intelligent robots, genetically uplifted animals, interplanetary travel, genetic modification of the human form itself. But nothing comes without a cost. Humanity is tired, its v...


  • FOUR AGAINST HORROR Secretly and in stealth, four puny humans set out to invade the heartland of Evil--the so-called Empty Lands, filled with every evil creature from the darkest of mankind's myths. Harcourt went reluctantly to rescue his long-lo...



  • INNOCENTS ABROAD It all started when Professor Edward Lansing wanted to know who really wrote that great term paper on Shakespeare and learned that his student had bought it from a slot machine. Going to investigate, the good professor found the m...







  • On a parallel Earth perpetually laid waste by the Harriers of the Horde, a young man must ferry what may be a true account of Jesus's teachings to distant London. He's helped by a lonely ghost, a goblin, a demon, and a warrior woman riding a griffin....


  • VATICAN-17 On the Rim planet fittingly called The End of Everything, a bizarre society of robots and humans toiled for a thousand years to perfect a religion that would create a new and all-embracing faith--no novelty in a galaxy crowded with reli...






  • A mysterious invisible barrier suddenly encloses a small, out-of-the-way American town. It's been put there by a galactic intelligence intent on imposing harmony and cooperation on the different peoples of the universe. But to the inhabitants, the ba...



  • A man hunts for lost knowledge in a future society that’s reverted to a primitive tribal state in this novel by the author of Way Station. More than a thousand years have passed since humankind intentionally destroyed its treacherous technology, ch...


  • The hunt for his killer leads a dead professor of supernatural phenomena into the perilous intrigues of aliens, fairy folk, and time travelers in this classic of science fiction. Until the day he was murdered, Professor Peter Maxwell was a respected ...



  • A writer finds himself trapped in an isolated village where anything imagined becomes reality in this wildly inventive contemporary fantasy Hoping to write his book in quiet and seclusion, Horton Smith has returned home to Pilot Knob. Here, in the...



  • Earth: expensive, elite graveyard to the galaxy. Ravaged 10,000 years earlier by war, Earth was reclaimed by its space-dwelling offspring as a planet of landscaping and tombstones. None of them fully human, Fletcher, Cynthia, and Elmer journey throug...


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    Clifford D.Simak needs no introduction. For decades his creative talents have delighted and inspired the Science Fiction world. This volume is a collection of four of his most inventive, humorous and exciting novelettes--each different, each fanta...



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    TIME AND AGAIN When Asher Sutton returned to Earth, he discovered that beings from the future had made preparations for him: some would help him, some would try to own him, and some would see him dead. And all because of a book that he had not yet...


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    A Hugo and Nebula Award-winning Author The aliens wouldn't kill ... They'd take over earth and let man survive -- if he could. A few people tried to tell that Earth was being taken over by alien beings in the shape of bowling balls, talking dogs, dol...


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    Simak's stories often repeat a few basic ideas and themes. First and foremost is a setting in rural Wisconsin. A crusty individualistic backwoodsman character literally comes with the territory. But the rural setting is not always as idyllic as here ...