• Book VIII of The Horus Heresy. News of Horus's treachery is in the open and a time of testing has come. As Horus deploys his forces, loyalist Astartes learn that the Wordbearers are sending a fleet to Ultramar, home of the Ultramarines. Unless they can intercept and destroy it, the Ultramarines may suffer a blow from which they will never recover.

  • Nothing much is going right for Fred Wagner. He's bored with writing advertising copy for loofah mitts, and Babe's left him. Seems he's doomed a life of celibacy and tedium. But there's one thing about Fred that sets him apart.  He can disappear at will.
  • Sandra Foster studies fads - from Barbie dolls to the grunge look - how they start and what they mean. Bennett O'Reilly is a chaos theorist studying monkey group behaviour.  They both work for the HiTek Coporation, strangers until a misdelivered package brings them together. A moment of synchronicity - if not serendipity - which leads them into a chaotic system of their own, complete with a million dollar research grant, cafe latte, tattoos and a series of unlucky coincidences that leaves Bennett monkeyless, fundless and nearly jobless. Sandra intercedes with a flock of sheep and an idea for a joint project - after all, what better animal to study both chaos theory and herd mentality? But scientific study is rarely straightforward...
  • Blade Runner Meets Shogun?  That's got to be interesting!
  • Fifth annual edition, 1976.  Stories in the volume:  The Bitter Bread, Poul Anderson; Mail Supremacy, Hayford Peirce; Child Of all Ages, P.J. Plauger; Tree Of Life, Phyllis Eisenstein; Helbent Four, Stephen Robinett; Pop Goes The Weasel, Robert Hoskins; The Book Learners, Liz Hufford; High Yield Bondage, Hayford Peirce; Senior Citizen, Clifford D. Simak; The Peddlar's Apprentice, Joan D. Vinge and Verner Vinge.
  • Ten trips to the far reaches of imagination.  In this volume: The Ash Circus, M. John Harrison; All the King's Men, B.J. Bayley; Mix-Up, George Collyn; Time Considered As A Helix of Semi-Precious Stones, Samuel R. Delany; Lone Zone, Charles Platt; Two Poems: Flower-gathering and Transplant, Langdon Jones; The Apocalypse Machine, Leo Zorin; The Beach Murders, J.G. Ballard; The Wall, Josephine Saxton; The Tank Trapeze, Michael Moorcock.
  • The sequel to Gateway. The alien mysteries of the Heechee are slowly revealed.
  • As well as the title story, this volume contains: The Prime of Life; Waterclap; That Thou Art Mindful of Him; Stranger in Paradise; The Life and Times of Multivac; The Winnowing; Marching In; Old Fashioned; The Tercentenary Incident; Birth of a Notion.