The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 1: Call Me Joe

The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson Volume Call Me Joe Table of Contents Editor s Introduction Rick Katze Poul Anderson Greg Bear Call Me Joe Prayer in War Tomorrow s Children Kinnison s Band The Helping Hand Wildcat Clausius Chaos

  • Title: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 1: Call Me Joe
  • Author: Poul Anderson Greg Bear
  • ISBN: 9781886778757
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Table of Contents Editor s Introduction Rick Katze 6 Poul Anderson Greg Bear 7 Call Me Joe 11 Prayer in War 36 Tomorrow s Children 37 Kinnison s Band 57 The Helping Hand 58 Wildcat 77 Clausius Chaos 100 Journey s End 101 Heinlein s Stories 107 Logic 108 Time Patrol 129 The First Love 156 The Double dyed Villains 157 To a Tavern Wench 1Table of Contents Editor s Introduction Rick Katze 6 Poul Anderson Greg Bear 7 Call Me Joe 11 Prayer in War 36 Tomorrow s Children 37 Kinnison s Band 57 The Helping Hand 58 Wildcat 77 Clausius Chaos 100 Journey s End 101 Heinlein s Stories 107 Logic 108 Time Patrol 129 The First Love 156 The Double dyed Villains 157 To a Tavern Wench 177 The Immortal Game 178 Upon the Occasion of Being Asked to Argue That Love and Marriage Are Incompatible 186 Backwardness 187 Haiku 195 Genius 196 There Will Be Other Times 222 The Live Coward 223 Ballade of an Artificial Satellite 240 Time Lag 241 The Man Who Came Early 266 Autumn 283 Turning Point 284 Honesty 294 The Alien Enemy 295 Eventide 307 Enough Rope 308 The Sharing of Flesh 329 Barbarous Allen 353 Welcome 354 Flight to Forever 360 Barnacle Bull 399 To Jack Williamson 411 Time Heals 412 MacCannon 425 The Martian Crown Jewels 426 Then Death Will Come 438 Prophecy 439 Sea Burial 444 Einstein s Distress 444 Kings Who Die 445 Ochlan 466 Starfog 467

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    1. Poul Anderson Greg Bear

      Pseudonym A A Craig, Michael Karageorge, Winston P Sanders, P A Kingsley.Poul William Anderson was an American science fiction author who began his career during one of the Golden Ages of the genre and continued to write and remain popular into the 21st century Anderson also authored several works of fantasy, historical novels, and a prodigious number of short stories He received numerous awards for his writing, including seven Hugo Awards and three Nebula Awards.Anderson received a degree in physics from the University of Minnesota in 1948 He married Karen Kruse in 1953 They had one daughter, Astrid, who is married to science fiction author Greg Bear Anderson was the sixth President of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, taking office in 1972 He was a member of the Swordsmen and Sorcerers Guild of America, a loose knit group of Heroic Fantasy authors founded in the 1960s, some of whose works were anthologized in Lin Carter s Flashing Swords anthologies He was a founding member of the Society for Creative Anachronism Robert A Heinlein dedicated his 1985 novel The Cat Who Walks Through Walls to Anderson and eight of the other members of the Citizens Advisory Council on National Space Policy 2 3 Poul Anderson died of cancer on July 31, 2001, after a month in the hospital Several of his novels were published posthumously.Series Time Patrol Psychotechnic League Trygve Yamamura Harvest of Stars King of Ys Last Viking Hoka Future history of the Polesotechnic League Flandry

    592 thoughts on “The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 1: Call Me Joe”

    1. 4.5 stars. I have not read all the stories in this collection so this review/rating applies only to the stories listed below (I will update periodically as I read more of the entries).Call Me Joe (6.0 Stars): One of my All Time Favorite stories. Outstanding story about exploring and terraforming the surface of Jupiter through the use of bio-mechanical life forms whose consciousness is controlled via remote control by researchers above the planet. A story of identity and quality of life. Powerful [...]



    2. This one, unlike the latter ones, is all SF stories, with some poetry.Some are even in a series, the story of Wing Alak, Patrolman, who works to maintain peace under the rule that he can never cause the death of a sapient being. (Lying like a rug, on the other hand, is allowed, so there is a great deal of propaganda about what they are capable of inflicting.)Another is one of his Time Patrol stories, the first. The others are all stand alones, including a futuristic copy of Sherlock Holmes, and [...]


    3. Poul Anderson's wife is releasing some of his early works for Kindle. amazon/Call-Me-Joe-ebo Call me Joe is the first. It is a short story published in the late 1950's in one of the popular science fiction magazines of the time, where I first read it (I think it was Astounding, but I'm not sure). The basic premise is a scientific mission to Jupiter creates a life form that can survive on the Jovian "surface", remote controlled from a moon station. The controlling scientist is a handicapped man w [...]


    4. I think this book can serve as a warning, advising me NOT to ever read more than 5 Poul Anderson stories at a stretch.I could have handled as many as 10 but, after that, I started thinking he was trying to show off more than write a story. Which he did by using words that are so rare I couldn't find even one person who knew what one of the words mean. And I work with medical doctors. None had heard of the word pollulating and only one knew what the word plangency means.I read a book for the stor [...]


    5. While it's great to see all of Poul Anderson's stories collected, this is going to be massively frustrating. For the projected 6 volumes, that will be over 3000 pages of stories, but the editor has chosen not to arrange in any way. Not chronological, which would give an overview of the development of the writer over the years, nor into any of the groups of stories.It is presented instead as an attempt at giving an overview of the whole body of work in each volume. This would be fine if any one w [...]


    6. Il racconto preso da solo non mi ha fatto impazzire, ma è scritto bene e l'idea mi è piaciuta. Il motivo per cui l'ho letto era il paragone con Avatar e direi che è matematicamente impossibile inventarsi una fila di idee tutte simili come in questo caso.Una creatura blu aliena (quadrupedi/bipedi, poco importa), ci sta.Un uomo sulla sedia a rotelle, ci sta.Una connessione neurale, ci sta.Gli alieni con il volto da felino e la coda, ci sta TUTTI INSIEME, NON CI STA!libriecaffelatte/2012/


    7. The first of the NESFA republication project gave me a selection of old and new. At last all three of the Galactic Patrol stories are available under one cover.Others which impressed me were "Genius", where I kept waiting for a twist which was NOT the one that came; and two contrasting stories of men trapped in trip to the future in "Flight to Forever" and "Time Heals".


    8. in his introduction to the book the editor says that there's no order or reason as to how the stories are arranged. it's not chronological, it's not themed, stories that share the same characters or settings aren't grouped together, they're just there. to make matters more annoying the editor doesn't even give a reason as to why he chose to do this. he also states that it would take up too much space to have intros or discussions about the stories. the only info given is a story list at the begi [...]


    9. Very fun read considering what was known in 1957 and what is known now. Besides dated perceptions of Jupiter, from the technology standpoint of the story I would've thought this was a current take on the not-so-distant future. The psychological aspect was stimulating too. I haven't read a book that delved into conflicts of egos in a very long time. The Latin phrase references were fun vocab look-ups as well.


    10. Call Me Joe (1957) is a science fiction story by Poul Anderson about an attempt to explore the surface of the planet Jupiter using remotely controlled artificial life-forms. The premise of a paraplegic man whose mind is remotely controlling a blue-skinned alien body also appears in James Cameron's 2009 movie Avatar – similar enough for some to have called for Anderson to receive some form of credit.


    11. This series is intended to keep his short fiction available, so it's kind of the opposite of a "best of" collection. Typical Anderson.






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