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'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman
This parable of individual freedom versus social control is one of Ellison's most famous stories, and indeed one of the most famous and anthologized o...
This is perhaps Ellison's most powerful collection of stories. There are some clunkers, but many mind-blowing originals. Two losers (male and female) ...
Jeffty is Five
Jefty is a five year old who should be in his 20's when story begins. A childhood friend returns to his hometown and they resume their friendship. T...
Love Ain't Nothing but Sex Misspelled
Dating from the late 60s, this is one of Ellison's stronger short story collections. He's known primarily as a fantasist, but most of these are gritt...
Mefisto in Onyx
Memos From Purgatory
First published in 1961, this book details the author's experiences after joining a Brooklyn kids' street gang for several months in the mid-50s. He d...
It's a kind of rock'n'roll fantasy, or rockabilly fantasy, about a boy from the sticks with the golden charisma, voice (the title refers to the feelin...
Stalking the Nightmare
This 1982 collection is not one of Ellison's strongest. It came during a quiescent period when he was struggling with health problems, so roughly half...
The Glass Teat
This is the first of two book collections of columns Ellison wrote for the Los Angeles Free Press. Dating from Oct. 1968 to January 1970, the subject ...
The Other Glass Teat
Picking up where _The Glass Teat_ left off, these columns date from February 1970 to March 1972, with a May 1972 coda. Ellison fulminates against raci...
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