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THE MAN WHO WAS SECRETT and Other Stories

Weird Tales by John Brunner

With an Introduction by John Pelan

Classics of Fantasy and SF #9

 

John Brunner is known for his science-fiction and ecology-minded novels, but thanks to John Pelan, we have collected the stories he wrote in the 70s, 80s and 90s about the man named Secrett. In his introduction Pelan tells more about the enigmatic writer and how this collection came to be.

The stories are:

The Man Who Could Provide Us with Elephants—The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction October, 1977

The Man Who Understood Carboniferous Flora—The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction April 1978,

The Man Whose Eyes Beheld the Glory—New Terrors #2 edited by Ramsey Campbell (Pan Books 1980)

The Man With a God That Worked—The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, December 1980

The Man Who Saw the Thousand-Year Reich—The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction November 1981

The Man Who Made the Fur Fly—The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1985

The Man Who Was A Legend in His Own Time—The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1986

The Man with a Taste for Turkeys—The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1989

The Man Who Lost the Game of Life—The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 1992

They Take—Dark Voices #2 edited by Stephen Jones & David Sutton 1992

The Pronounced Effect—Weird Tales Summer 1990

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