When Carl blogged about the recent death of SF writer and editor, Harry Harrison, I decided to pay this underrated author a tribute by reviewing one of his books for FFB. But which book of Harrison’s prolific output should I choose? One of the Deathworld books? One of the Stainless Steel Rat series? In the end, I went with Harrison’s most personal book: 50 in 50: Fifty Stories for Fifty Years. On his 50th Anniversary as a writer, Harrison includes in this wonderful collection his first published story and then adds 49 more stories, one for every year he’d been writing. In addition, Harrison provides substantial introductory material that serves both a memoir of a successful writer and a brief history of the Science Fiction publishing business over the last 50 years. Highly recommended!