My Favorite Science Fiction Story

I found this on paperbackswap.com; an anthology from 2000, edited by Martin H. Greenberg, called My Favorite Science Fiction Story. Greenberg asked several prominent writers to select a favorite story for the anthology. Here are the contents, along with who picked the story:

“The Man Who Lost the Sea” (1959) by Theodore Sturgeon, selected by Arthur C. Clarke
“The Last Command” (1967) by Keith Laumer, selected by Anne McCaffrey
“Day Million” (1966) by Frederik Pohl, selected by Joe Haldeman
“The Little Black Bag” (1950) by C. M. Kornbluth, selected by Frederick Pohl
“A Galaxy Called Rome” (1975) by Barry N. Malzberg, selected by Mike Resnick
“Diabologic” (1955) by Eric Frank Russell, selected by Andre Norton
“Untouched By Human Hands” (1953) by Robert Sheckley, selected by Alan Dean Foster
“Black Charlie” (1954) by Gordon R. Dickson, selected by Poul Anderson
“The Ugly Chickens” (1980) by Howard Waldrop, selected by Harry Turtledove
“The Mathenauts” (1964) by Norman Kagan, selected by Greg Bear
“Lot” (1953) by Ward Moore, selected by Connie Willis
“The Ballad of Lost C’Mell” (1962) by Cordwainer Smith, selected by Lois McMaster Bujold
“A Martian Odyssey” (1934) by Stanley G. Weinbaum, selected by L. Sprague de Camp
“Common Time” (1953) by James Blish, selected by Robert Silverberg
“The Engine at Heartspring’s Center” (1974) by Roger Zelazny, selected by Gregory Benford
“Nerves” (1942) by Lester del Rey, selected by Marion Zimmer Bradley
“The Only Thing We Learn” (1949) by C. M. Kornbluth, selected by David Drake

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