Convergent Series (short story collection)

Convergent Series (short story collection)
Convergent Series  
Author(s) Larry Niven
Cover artist Eric Ladd
Series Known Space
Genre(s) Science fiction
Publisher Del Rey/Ballantine Books
Publication date 1979
Media type mass market paperback
Pages 227
ISBN 0-345-27740-6

Convergent Series is a collection of science fiction short stories by Larry Niven, published in 1979. It is also the name of one of the short stories in the collection. The collection reprints the Known Space stories originally appearing in The Shape of Space, and includes newer stories. Some of the stories are in the Draco Tavern series. The collection contains:

  • "Bordered in Black" (Nebula Award nominee)
  • "One Face"
  • "Like Banquo's Ghost"
  • "The Meddler"
  • "Dry Run"
  • "Convergent Series"
  • "The Deadlier Weapon"
  • "The Nonesuch"
  • "Singularities Make Me Nervous"
  • "The Schumann Computer"
  • "Assimilating Our Culture, That's What They're Doing!"
  • "Grammar Lesson"
  • "The Subject is Closed"
  • "Cruel and Unusual"
  • "Transfer of Power"
  • "Cautionary Tales"
  • "Rotating Cylinders and the Possibility of Global Causality Violation"
  • "Plaything"
  • "Mistake"
  • "Night on Mispec Moor"
  • "Wrong Way Street"

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