Wrong-Way Street (#3)
|1965-04||Time Travel/Parallel Universe||Short Story||Galaxy, April 1965|
| Anthology, The Ninth Galaxy Reader, edited by Frederik Pohl, 1966;|
anthology, Voyagers in Time, edited by Robert Silverberg, cloth and paper;
anthology, First Flights to the Moon, edited by Hal Clement, cloth;
Portugese anthology, Viajantes No Tiempo, as "Rua de Sentido Unico," from Galleria Panorama;
anthology, Twelve Great Science Fiction Stories, ed. Robert Silverberg. Grosset & Dunlap, 1970, paper;
anthology, Die Morder Mohammeds, as "Falsche Richtung," Marion von Schroder Verlag, 1970;
as "Tweerichtingsverkeer," in Alfo Een copyright 1973 Muelenhoff Nederland bv;
|Mike Capoferri, Terry Holmes||Nebula nominee||Ebook|
A stand-alone time-travel story. Niven credits his editor, Fred Pohl, with a great deal of help with this story: "He published my second story, "Wrong Way Street," in Galaxy. The title is his. He felt it needed a new first chapter for coherency, and he wrote that too."
Note that the story reappears in Convergent Series without the hyphen in the title.
|First published in Galaxy, April 1965. Astronaut Mike Capoferri, haunted by a childhood accident, discovers a time-travel device left behind in an abandoned alien base unearthed on the moon. Can he master the device and change the past, or is time truly a one-way street?|
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