Best S.F. Stories From New Worlds 8
London: Panther Books, 1974 (March) mass-sized paperback;
as Best SF Stories From New Worlds 8 on cover & spine;
edited by Michael Moorcock;
original price: 35p;
cover artist: Jim Burns;
no other edition.
An anthology of short fiction published (mostly) in New Worlds, the seminal speculative fiction magazine which Moorcock edited for many years and with which he remains closely associated.
(Preceded by Best S.F. Stories From New Worlds 7)
p. 7: ‘A Boy And His Dog’ by Harlan Ellison (from New Worlds No. 189);
p. 49: ‘The Fall Of Frenchy Steiner’ by Hilary Bailey (from N.W. No. 143);
p. 87: ‘The Bait Principle’ by M. John Harrison (from N.W. No. 198);
p. 95: ‘Salvador Dali (The Innocent As Paranoid)’ (as ‘Salvador Dali’ on contents page) (non-fiction) by J.G. Ballard (from N.W. No. 187);
p. 107: ‘The Last Lonely Man’ by John Brunner (from N.W. No. 142);
p. 127: ‘The Radius Riders’ by Barrington Bayley (from Science Fiction Adventures No. 27);
p. 147: ‘The Big Sound’ by Barrington Bayley (from Science Fantasy No. 51);
p. 161: ‘The Ship That Sailed The Ocean Of Space’ by Barrington Bayley (from Science Fiction Adventures No. 26);
p. 175: ‘Double Time’ by Barrington Bayley (from N.W. No. 120);
p. 189: ‘The Erogenous Zone’ by Graham Charnock (from N.W. No. 192).