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The Psychotechnic League Collections

". . . to tell the story of humanity from the near future on through its expansion into the galaxy."
— Poul Anderson, The Psychotechnic League


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In 1981 and 1982, Tor Books reissued most of Poul Anderson's Psychotechnic League future history as a three-volume collection.  The three volumes collect sixteen works, including the novel Virgin Planet, originally published in Venture Science Fiction, January 1957, and first reissued by Avalon Books in 1959.

Star Ways, Anderson's first Psychotechnic League novel, originally published by Avalon Books in 1956 and reissued as The Peregrine, Ace 1978, as well as the tales "The Snows of Ganymede," "The Acolytes," "The Green Thumb," "Entity" and "Symmetry" were not included in the Tor collections.

The Psychotechnic League

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Cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate.

The Psychotechnic League, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1981, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate, collects four Psychotechnic League tales, and includes:


Cold Victory

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Cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate.

Cold Victory, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "To Bring in Steel" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, July 1978), collects six Psychotechnic League tales, and includes:


Starship

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Cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate.

Starship, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "World in the Clouds" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, March 1980), collects six Psychotechnic League tales, and includes:




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In 2017 and 2018, Baen reissued most of Poul Anderson's Psychotechnic League future history as a three-volume collection.  The Complete Psychotechic League collects twenty-one tales, including the novel Virgin Planet, originally published in Venture Science Fiction, January 1957, and first reissued by Avalon Books in 1959.

Star Ways, Anderson's first Psychotechnic League novel, originally published by Avalon Books in 1956 and reissued as The Peregrine, Ace 1978, was not included in Baen's "complete" collections.

The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 1

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Cover illustration by Kurt Miller
(originally served by Baen)

The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 1, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Riverdale, NY: Baen, 2017 (trade paperback edition), with cover illustration (for "The Big Rain") by Kurt Miller, collects four Psychotechnic League tales, and includes:


The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2

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Cover illustration by Kurt Miller
(originally served by Baen)

The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Riverdale, NY: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller, collects nine Psychotechnic League tales, and includes:


The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3

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Cover illustration by Kurt Miller
(originally served by Baen)

The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Riverdale, NY: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), with cover illustration (for Virgin Planet) by Kurt Miller, collects nine Psychotechnic League tales, and includes:



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