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The Lost World and The Poison Belt
by Arthur Conan Doyle
Introduction by Conor Reid
Afterword by Joshua Glenn
The Truth and Other Stories
by Stanisław Lem
Translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones
Foreword by Kim Stanley Robinson
Edited by Jonathan Strahan
Voices from the Radium Age
Edited by Joshua Glenn
Introduction by Joshua Glenn
Edited by Gideon Lichfield
Edited by Sheila Williams
Robotics Through Science Fiction
Edited by Robin R. Murphy
Introduction by Robin R. Murphy
Edited by Wade Roush
Edited by Junot Díaz