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Published February 2004
The Hunters of Pangaea Hardcover price: $25.00

Second edition, First printing
ISBN-13: 978-1-886778-49-8
ISBN-10: 1-886778-49-3
Page count: 362
Book Size: 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"

The Hunters of Pangaea

by Stephen Baxter

Table of Contents

  • Introduction (John G. Cramer and Kathryn E. Cramer)
  • The Hunters of Pangaea (a spinoff from Evolution)
  • The Modern Cyrano
  • Family History
  • Raft
  • Clods
  • Wild Extravagant Theories: The Science of The Time Machine (essay)
  • The Ant-Men of Tibet
  • Martian Chronicles: Narratives of Mars in Science and SF (essay)
  • The Orchards of the Moon
  • The Song
  • Moon Wizard
  • The Moon is Hell (essay)
  • Behold Now Behemoth
  • A Midsummer Eclipse
  • Prospero One
  • A Brief History of Half Time: Football in Science Fiction (essay)
  • Imaginary Time
  • The Burster
  • The Adventure of the Inertial Adjustor
  • The Dinosaur Hunter
  • The Flight of the Taikonauts (essay)
  • The Mandate of Heaven
  • First to the Moon!

Stephen Baxter

Stephen Baxter was educated in Maths (Cambridge) and Aeroengineering (Southampton); after receiving his doctorate he was a teacher and researcher until he turned to full-time writing in 1995. His novels and shorter works reflect his training in the hard sciences and have won him numerous awards including Philip K. Dick, John Campbell Memorial, Kurd Lasswitz, Seiun, Sidewise, and the British Science Fiction Association Award. His works have been nominated for a number of Hugo Awards. In addition to his professional work he is an active member of the British Science Fiction Association and has served as its vice-president.

Richard Hescox

Richard Hescox continues his distinguished career as a science fiction and fantasy artist as Official Artist at Boskone 41. In addition to the traditional areas of book and magazine covers and posters, his art is found on trading cards and in films and interactive computer games. He has been nominated for five Chesley Awards by the Association of Science Fiction Artists in the categories of color paperback cover, artistic achievement, and unpublished (gallery/art show) color work. In 2003 he won the Chesley for Best Unpublished Color Work for his painting “The Storm.” In 1991 he received the Jack Gaughan Award for Best Emerging Artist from the New England Science Fiction Association.

Printing History

Hardcover state ISBN 1-886778-49-3, $25.00, 1300 numbered copies

Boxed state ISBN 1-886778-50-7, $40.00, 200 numbered and signed copies (10 reserved for presentation purposes). out of print!

8.5"x5.5", 362 pp., February 2004

Edited by Anthony R. Lewis
Cover art by Richard Hescox
Cover design by Alice N. S. Lewis