FORGOTTEN BOOKS #307: AS TIME GOES BY Edited by Hank Davis

as time goes by
I’m a big fan of Time Travel stories so this new BAEN BOOKS collection moved to the top of my reading list. Hank Davis makes some nice selections and provides interesting introductions to the stories. I liked “Gibraltar Falls” by Poul Anderson, one of his Time Patrol stories. And Robert F. Young’s “The Girl Who Made Time Stop.” There’s a nice blend of classic writers like Murray Leinster and more contemporary writers like Sarah A. Hoyt. If you enjoy Time Travel stories as much as I do, you’ll enjoy As Time Goes By.
A Time Machine Built for Two by Hank Davis
Gibraltar Falls by Poul Anderson
Triceratops Summer by Michael Swanwick
The Chronoclasm by John Wyndham
The Girl Who Made Time Stop by Robert F. Young
The Other Now by Murray Leinster
A Dry, Quiet War by Tony Daniel
Six Months, Three Days by Charlie Jane Anders
The Day of the Green Velvet Cloak by Mildred Clingerman
A Wow Finish by James Van Pelt
Backtracked by Burt Filer
So Little and So Light by Sarah A. Hoyt
The Price of Oranges by Nancy Kress
The Secret Place by Richard M. McKenna
Palely Loitering by Christopher Priest

13 thoughts on “FORGOTTEN BOOKS #307: AS TIME GOES BY Edited by Hank Davis

  1. Jeff Meyerson

    Sounds good. I like those Baen collections and you know I like time travel stories a lot. Will look for this one.

    Another former DAPA-EMmer makes good.

  2. Steve Lewis

    Will have to get this one. I hadn’t heard of it before. Hank does a great job putting together all the recent anthologies he’s been doing. My science fiction reading consists mostly of time travel stories now. Can’t get into much else any more. Even the “best of the year” anthologies are awfully hit or miss for me, mostly miss.

    1. george Post author

      Carl, I’ve been very pleased by the Hank Davis anthologies BAEN BOOKS publishes. You’re right about the BAEN covers. They vary in quality.


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