The New Women of Wonder (2020)

The New Women of Wonder Pamela Sargent Chelsea Quinn Yarbro Carol Emshwiller Joanna Russ Sonya Dorman Joan D. Vinge Vonda N. McIntyre Eleanor Aranson The New Women of Wonder This anthology contains Introduction by Pamela SargentView From The Moon Station by Sonya DormanScrewtop by Vonda N McIntyreThe Warlord of Saturn s Moons by Eleanor ArnasonThe Triu
  • Title: The New Women of Wonder
  • Author: Pamela Sargent Chelsea Quinn Yarbro Carol Emshwiller Joanna Russ Sonya Dorman Joan D. Vinge Vonda N. McIntyre Eleanor Aranson
  • ISBN: 9780394724386
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Paperback
The New Women of Wonder Pamela Sargent Chelsea Quinn Yarbro Carol Emshwiller Joanna Russ Sonya Dorman Joan D. Vinge Vonda N. McIntyre Eleanor Aranson This anthology contains Introduction 1977 by Pamela SargentView From The Moon Station 1977 by Sonya DormanScrewtop 1976 by Vonda N McIntyreThe Warlord of Saturn s Moons 1974 by Eleanor ArnasonThe Triumphant Head 1970 by Josephine SaxtonThe Heat Death of The Universe 1967 by Pamela ZolineSongs of War 1974 by Kit ReedThe Women Men Don t See 1973 by James TipThis anthology contains Introduction 1977 by Pamela SargentView From The Moon Station 1977 by Sonya DormanScrewtop 1976 by Vonda N McIntyreThe Warlord of Saturn s Moons 1974 by Eleanor ArnasonThe Triumphant Head 1970 by Josephine SaxtonThe Heat Death of The Universe 1967 by Pamela ZolineSongs of War 1974 by Kit ReedThe Women Men Don t See 1973 by James Tiptree Jr.Debut 1970 by Carol EmshwillerWhen It Changed 1972 by Joanna RussDead In Irons 1976 by Chelsea Quinn YarbroBuilding Block 1975 by Sonya DormanEyes of Amber 1976 by Joan D VingeFurther Reading 1977 , uncreditedWhen It Changed by Joanna Russ won the Nebula Award for best short story in 1972.Eyes of Amber by Joan D Vinge won the Hugo Award for best novelette in 1978.
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One thought on “The New Women of Wonder

  1. M—

    Eh I remember reading this years ago and enjoying the stories, but, in reading them again now, they didn t impress me much Notable stories include Screwtop 1974 by Vonda N McIntyre Musings on a prison planet largely dwell on getting of it this story is unique in the POV character s focus on getting her friends and lovers off it instead of herself The story was quite interesting, but rather choppy and undeveloped It reads like the introduction to a novel and, as far as I know, has never been furt [...]

  2. Steve Stuart

    An interesting snapshot of feminism through the lens of late 70 s sci fi To get a story in this volume the third of a series , you needed to be a female writer although a male pen name is okay , with a story that challenges traditional gender roles in some way, either explicitly or implicitly So there are stories of parthenogenic societies Joanna Russ s When It Changed and alien female assassins Joan D Vinge s Eyes of Amber But there are also stories of traditional housewives who long for someth [...]

  3. Lisa H.

    Some real classics here, particularly Joanna Russ s When It Changed Pamela Sargent s intro gives a good overview of what was going on in SF at the time 1970s , but can be skipped w o any loss of appreciation of the contents The first story, Screwtop , was probably my favorite of the collection It read like it could have been part of a larger work like there had been other stories set in the same world, or featuring the same main character, but thus far I haven t found any related works It s set [...]

  4. Summer

    I didn t enjoy this as much as the other Women of Wonder compilations I especially don t like Vonda McIntyre , but there were some good stories in here The Heat Death of the Universe , When it Changed , The Women Men Don t See , and Eyes of Amber However, you can find those stories in a lot of other compilations, so unless you re going for a complete collection, I d recommend reading the outstanding Women of Wonder, More Women of Wonder, and Women of Wonder The Classic Years.

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