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Table of Contents: THE WORLDS OF PHILIP JOSÉ FARMER 4: VOYAGES TO STRANGE DAYS Edited by Michael Croteau

Meteor House has posted the table of contents the upcoming anthology The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 4: Voyages to Strange Days edited by Michael Croteau, which includes a Foreword by Robert Silverberg:

Here’s the book description:

The first three volumes in the Worlds of Philip José Farmer series focused on different facets of Farmer’s career: Volume 1 studied his disdain for literary boundaries, those between genres and even those between fiction and reality; Volume 2 featured his interest in the softer sciences, such as, sociology, anthropology, psychology, and theology, among many others; Volume 3 played around with his love of the trickster character in fiction, and his own trickster nature.

Volume 4 focuses on perhaps a more obvious topic: Philip José Farmer the classic science fiction writer! Farmer grew up on the pulps; from the 1920s through the Golden Age, Farmer was an avid reader of many of the science fiction magazines. Although many were ground-breaking, his earliest stories used familiar tropes such as interstellar travel, alien races, parallel worlds, computers, war, scientists, etc.

Here’s the table of contents…

Peoria-Colored Worlds

  • “The Case of the Curious Contradiction” by Terry Bibo
  • “Eleven Days in Springtime” by François Mottier
  • “Philip José Farmer Conquirt L’Univers Postface” by Philip José Farmer
  • “Pekon 2 Guest of Honor Speech” by Philip José Farmer

Expanded Worlds

  • “Samdroo and the Grassmanv by Martin Gately
  • “Whiteness of the Whale” by Danny Adams
  • “Ite, Missa Est” by Paul Spiteri
  • “Antlers of Flesh” by E. C. Lisic
  • “The Goddess Equation” by Christopher Paul Carey

Classic Worlds

  • “A Carmody-Raspold Chronologyv by Christopher Paul Carey
  • “Letter of Discord” by Philip José Farmer
  • “For Where Your Treasure Isv by Art Sippo
  • “Moth and Rust” by Philip José Farmer
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