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Joe Haldeman • 83 Items / 27 Books, 47 Articles, 9 Poems
Worlds (1981)
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    Books (5 Reviews)
    Dream Makers, by Charles Platt
    1. Dream Makers by Charles Platt
    2. Valis by Philip K. Dick
    3. The Cool War by Frederik Pohl
    4. Worlds by Joe Haldeman
    5. The Human Zero by Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, and Erle Stanley Gardner, ...
    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, August 1981, pp. 51-58
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    The Reference Library (9 Reviews)
    Dream Park, by Larry Niven and Steven Barnes
    1. Dream Park by Larry Niven and Steven Barnes
    2. Worlds by Joe Haldeman
    3. God-Emperor of Dune by Frank Herbert
    4. The World and Thorinn by Damon F. Knight
    5. Windhaven by George R.R. Martin and Lisa Tuttle
    6. The Entropy Effect by Vonda N. McIntyre
    7. The Cool War by Frederik Pohl
    8. Yesterday's Tomorrows by Frederik Pohl
    9. King David's Spaceship by Jerry Pournelle
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, August 17, 1981, pp. 161-170
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    The Reference Library (14 Reviews)
    Project Pope, by Clifford Simak
    1. Project Pope by Clifford Simak
    2. The Windhover Tapes: An Image of Voices by Warren C. Norwood
    3. Lava by Kevin O'Donnell
    4. The Coming Event by E.C. Tubb
    5. Elephant Song by Barry B. Longyear
    6. Worlds by Joe Haldeman
    7. Birthright: The Book of Man by Mike Resnick
    8. Small World by Tabitha King
    9. The Identity Matrix by Jack L. Chalker
    10. Helliconia Spring by Brian W. Aldiss
    11. The Selkie by Charles Sheffield and David Bischoff
    12. Flying Saucers by Isaac Asimov
    13. Science Fiction A to Z by Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, and C.G. Waugh, ...
    14. Galactic Tours by David Hardy and Bob Shaw
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, November 1982, pp. 161-166