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Identity Theft and Other Stories

by ROBERT J. SAWYER

Published in hardcover for the Canadian market and trade paperback for the worldwide market by Red Deer Press (a Fitzhenry & Whiteside company) in May 2008.

  • Introduction copyright 2008 by Robert Charles Wilson.

  • Individual story introductions copyright 2008 by Robert J. Sawyer.

  • "Identity Theft," copyright 2005 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Down These Dark Spaceways, edited by Mike Resnick, Science Fiction Book Club, New York, May 2005.

    • Hugo, Nebula, and Aurora Award finalist; Premio UPC winner

  • "Come All Ye Faithful," copyright 2003 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Space Inc., edited by Julie E. Czerneda, DAW Books, New York, July 2003.

  • "Immortality," copyright 2003 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Janis Ian's Stars, edited by Janis Ian and Mike Resnick, DAW Books, New York, August 2003.

  • "Ineluctable," copyright 2002 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, November 2002.

    • Aurora Award winner

  • "Shed Skin," copyright 2002 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in The Bakka Anthology, edited by Kristen Pederson Chew, The Bakka Collection, Toronto, December 2002; first U.S. publication in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, January-February 2004.

    • Analog "Analytical Laboratory" Award winner; Hugo Award finalist

  • "The Stanley Cup Caper," copyright 2003 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in The Toronto Star, Sunday, August 24, 2003.

  • "On The Surface," copyright 2003 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Future Wars, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Larry Segriff, DAW Books, New York, April 2003.

  • "The Eagle Has Landed," copyright 2005 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in I, Alien, edited by Mike Resnick, DAW Books, New York, April 2005.

  • "Mikeys," copyright 2004 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Space Stations, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and John Helfers, DAW Books, New York, March 2004.

    • Aurora Award finalist

  • "The Good Doctor," copyright 1989 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Amazing Stories, January 1989.

  • "The Right's Tough," copyright 2004 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Visions of Liberty, edited by Mark Tier and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books, New York, July 2004.

  • "Kata Bindu," copyright 2004 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Microcosms, edited by Gregory Benford, DAW Books, New York, January 2004.

  • "Driving A Bargain," copyright 2002 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Be VERY Afraid!: More Tales of Horror, edited by Edo van Belkom, Tundra Books, Toronto, 2002.

  • "Flashes," copyright 2006 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in FutureShocks, edited by Lou Anders, Roc Books, New York, January 2006.

  • "Relativity," copyright 2003 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Men Writing Science Fiction as Women, edited by Mike Resnick, DAW Books, New York, November 2003.

  • "Biding Time," copyright 2006 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in Slipstreams, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and John Helfers, DAW Books, New York, May 2006.

    • Aurora Award winner

  • "E-Mails from the Future," copyright 2008 by Robert J. Sawyer. First published in The Globe and Mail's Report on Business Magazine, Toronto, January 2008.


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