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"Tales Of The Flying Mountains" (coll)
(Flying Mountains series)
© 1970, Macmillan / Collier
--/ cool sf collection
--/ wonder award

"Tau Zero" (nv)
(exp. of "To Outlive Eternity")
© Galaxy, Jun 1967
book: 1973, Coronet Books
--novel : 1971 Hugo
--novel : 1971 Locus /7
--foreign novel : 1993 Seiun W

--/ fourth place space sf novel
--/ wonder award
--/ adventure award
--/ style award


"Terminal Quest"
(also as "The Last Monster")
© Super Science Stories, Aug 1951
Alight In The Void, 1991
--/ cool space sf story
--/ wonder award
--/ rare find


"Territory"
(Nicholas Van Rijn)
© Analog, Jun 1963
Trader to the Stars, 1964
--/ cool space sf story
--/ wonder award

"Teucan"
(Psychotechnic League)
© Cosmos Science Fiction, Jul 1954
Starship, 1982
--/ cool sf story

"There Will Be Time" (nv)
© 1973, NAL / Signet
--novel : 1973 Hugo /3
--novel : 1973 Locus /7

--/ cool sf novel
--/ idea award

"The Three-Cornered Wheel"
(David Falkayn series)
© Analog, Oct 1963
The Trouble Twisters, 1966
--/ cool space sf story
--/ wonder award

"Three Hearts and Three Lions" (nv)
(Three Hearts Series)
© F&SF, Sep 1953
novel: 1961, Ballantine Books
--/ cool f novel
--/ wonder award
--/ adventure award


"Three Wishes"
© Fantastic, Mar 1953
Fantastic, Jan 1966
--/ cool f story
--/ wonder award
--/ rare find


"Three Worlds To Conquer" (nv)
(Sam Halls series)
© IF, Jan 1964
book : Pyramid Books, 1964
--/ cool sf novel
--/ wonder award

"The Tiddlywink Warriors"
(with Gordon R. Dickson)
(Hoka series)
© F&SF, Apr 1955
Earthman's Burden, 1957

"Tiger By The Tail"
(Dominic Flandry)
© Planet Stories, Jan 1951
Agent of the Terran Empire, 1965
--/ cool space sf story
--/ wonder award
--/ adventure award


"Time And Stars" (coll)
© 1964, Doubleday
--/ fourth place sf collection
--/ wonder award

"Time Heals"
(Three Hearts And Three Lions series)
© Astounding, Oct 1949
Dialogue With Darkness, 1985
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"Time Lag"
© F&SF, Jan 1961
The Queen Of Air And Darkness, 1973
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"Time Patrol"
(Time Patrol)
© F&SF, May 1955
Guardians Of Time, 1960
--/ fourth place time story
--/ wonder award

"The Time Patrol" (coll)
(Time Patrol)
© 1991, Tor Books
--/ cool sf collection

"To Build a World"
(also as "Strange Bedfellows")
© Galaxy, Jun 1964
7 Conquests, 1969
--/ fourth place space sf story
--/ wonder award
--/ idea award
--/ style award


"Tomorrow's Children"
(with F. N. Waldrop)
(Twilight World series)
© Astounding, Mar 1947
Twilight World, 1961

"To Outlive Eternity"
(exp into "Tau Zero")
© Galaxy, Jun 1967
book: 1973, Coronet Books
--novel : 1971 Hugo
--novel : 1971 Locus /7

--/ fourth place space sf novella
--/ wonder award
--/ adventure award
--/ style award


"To Promote The General Welfare"
(History Of Rustum)
© Continuum # 4, 1975

"Trader Team"
(also as "The Trouble Twisters")
(David Falkayn)
© Analog, Jul 1965
The Trouble Twisters, 1966
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"Trader To The Stars" (coll)
(Nicholas Van Rijn)
© 1964, Berkley Books
--/ cool sf collection
--/ wonder award
--collection : 1983 Prometheus
--collection : 1985 Prometheus W

 
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"The Troublemakers"
(Psychotechnic League series)
© Cosmos Science Fiction, Sep 1953
Cold Victory, 1982
--/ cool sf novella
--/ wonder award
--/ rare find


A "generation ship" story: long journey to the stars produces - you guessed it - troublemakers. An ensign on a generation ship is demoted down to the level of a crew member and fights back up the ranks all the way to become a captain.
review: 01-Jul-06 (read in 2002)

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"The Trouble Twisters"
(also as "Trader Team")
(David Falkayn)
© Analog, Jul 1965
The Trouble Twisters, 1966
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"The Trouble Twisters" (coll)
(David Falkayn series)
© Doubleday Books, 1966
--/ cool sf collection
--/ wonder award

"The Tupilak"
© Flashing Swords # 4, 1977

"Turning Point"
© IF, May 1963
Time and Stars, 1964
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"A Twelth-month And A Day"
(exp into "Let The Spaceman Beware!")
(also as "The Night Face")
(Fall Of The Terran Empire)
© Fantastic Universe, Jan 1960
book: Ace Books, 1963

"Twilight World" (coll)
(Twilight World series)
© Torquil Books / Tor Books, 1961
--/ cool sf collection

"Un-Man"
(Psychotechnic League)
© Astounding, Jan 1953
Un-Man and Other Novellas, 1962
--/ cool sf story

"Uncleftish Beholding"
(rev from "Uncleftish Truethinking")
© Amra, Jun 1963
also in - Analog, Dec 1989
Homebrew, 1976
Kinship With The Stars, 1991
--/ humour award

"Vault Of The Ages" (nv)
© 1952, Holt, Reinhart & Winston
--/ fourth place apocalyptic sf novel
--/ wonder award
--/ adventure award
--/ rare find


"Virgin Planet" (nv)
(Psychotechnic League)
© Venture Science Fiction, Jan 1957
Starship, 1982
novel : Galaxy Novels, 1960
--/ cool sf novella
--/ idea award

"The Visitor"
© F&SF, Oct 1974
Homeward and Beyond, 1975
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"The Voortrekkers"
© Final Stage, ed. E. Ferman, 1974
Explorations, 1981
The Dark Between the Stars, 1981
--/ fourth place space sf story
--/ wonder award
--/ adventure award


"Vulcan's Forge"
© 1989, Amazing Stories
Space Folk, 1989
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"The War-Maid of Mars"
© Planet Stories, 1952
--/ rare find

"The War Of The Wing-Men" (nv)
(also as "The Man Who Counts")
(Nicholas Van Rijn)
© Astounding, Feb 1958
book: Ace Books, 1962
The Earth Book Of StormGate, 1979
--/ cool sf novel

"The War of Two Worlds" (nv)
(also as "Silent Victory")
© Two Complete Science-Adventure Books, Win 1953
book : Ace Books, 1959
The Worlds Of Poul Anderson, 1974
--/ cool sf novel

"Warriors from Nowhere"
(also as "The Ambassadors of Flesh")
(Dominic Flandry)
© Planet Stories, Sum 1954
Agent Of The Terran Empre, 1965
--/ cool sf story

"The Ways of Love"
(David Ryerson)
(sequel to "The Enemy Stars")
© Destinies, Jan 1979
Explorations, 1981
--novelette : 1980 Nebula
--novelette : 1980 Locus /18

--/ third place space sf novella
--/ wonder award
--/ style award
--/ romance award
--/ emotion award


"We Claim These Stars!" (nv)
(also as "Hunters of the Sky Cave")
(exp. from "A Handful of Stars")
(Dominic Flandry)
© Amazing, Jun 1959
book: Ace Books, 1959
Agent Of The Terran Empire, 1965
--/ cool space sf story
--/ wonder award

"We Have Fed Our Seas" (nv)
(also as "The Enemy Stars")
(David Ryerson)
© Astounding, Aug 1958
novel: Berkley, 1960
--novel : 1959 Hugo
--/ fourth place space sf novel
--/ adventure award
--/ style award
--/ wonder award


"Welcome"
© F&SF, Oct 1960
Past Times, 1984
--/ cool sf story

"What Shall It Profit?"
(Psychotechnic League)
© IF, Jan 1956
Cold Victory, 1982
--/ cool sf story

"What'll You Give?"
(also as "Que Donn'rez Vous?")
(Flying Mountains series)
© Analog, Apr 1963
Tales Of The Flying Mountains, 1970
--/ cool space sf story

"When Half-Gods Go"
© F&SF, May 1953
The Gods Laughed, 1982
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"Wherever You Are"
(as Winston P. Sanders)
© Astounding, Apr 1959
Space Folk, 1988

"The White King's War" (nv)
(Dominic Flandry)
(exp. into "A Circus Of Hells")
© Galaxy, Oct 1969
book: NAL, 1970
--/ cool sf story

"Wildcat"
© F&SF, Nov 1958
Seven Conquests, 1969
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"Windmill"
(Maurai series)
© Saving Worlds, ed. R. Elwood, 1973
The Dark Between The Stars, 1981
Maurai And Kith, 1982
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award
--/ emotion award


"Wingless"
(also as "Wingless On Avalon")
(Avalon series)
(Polesotechnic League)
© Children Of Infinity, ed. R. Elwood, 1973
The Earth Book Of StormGate, 1979
--/ cool sf story

"Wings of Victory"
(Polesotechnic League)
© Analog, Apr 1972
Homeward and Beyond, 1975
--/ cool sf story
--/ wonder award

"Winners" (coll)
© 1981, Tor Books
--collection : 1982 Locus Poll
--/ cool sf collection
--/ wonder award

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"The Winter of the World" (nv)
© Nelson Doubleday, 1976
--novel : 1984 Prometheus
--novel : 1996 Prometheus


"In a futuristic Earth civilization that has emerged from a deadly Ice Age that has destroyed all previous life, the freedom-loving Seafolk try to recover lost technology from the past while resisting a repressive Empire." This is perhaps the weakest novel of Poul Anderson...
review: 8-Sep-06 (read in 1987)

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"Witch of the Demon Seas" (nv)
(also as "Demon Journey")
(as A. A. Craig)
© Planet Stories, Win 1951
--/ cool sf novella
--/ adventure award

"Wolfram"
© Homeward And Beyond, 1975

"Woodcraft"
(Isaac's Universe series)
© Isaac Universe Vol.2, ed. M. Greenberg, 1991
--/ cool space sf story
--/ wonder award
--/ rare find

"The Word To Space"
© F&SF, 1960
The Gods Laughed, 1982

"A World Called Maanerek"
(also as "Memory")
© Galaxy, Jul 1957
Beyond the Beyond, 1969
--/ cool space sf story
--/ wonder award

"World Without Stars" (nv)
(also as "The Ancient Gods")
© Analog, Jun 1966
book : Ace Books, 1967
The Worlds Of Poul Anderson, 1974
--novel : 1966 Nebula
--/ cool space sf story
--/ wonder award

"The Worlds Of Poul Anderson" (coll)
© Ace Books, 1974
--/ cool sf collection

"Yo Ho Hoka!"
(with Gordon R. Dickson)
(Hoka series)
© F&SF, Mar 1955
Earthman's Burden, 1957

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