1966R. Zelazny in New Worlds SF Aug. 118
When the figures arrived, Jarry wept icy tears. One hundred machines, capable of altering the environment of a world, plus twenty-eight thousand coldsleep bunkers, plus transportation costs for the machinery and his people.
1965R. ZelaznyHe Who Shapes in Amazing Stories Jan. 98/1
The muties he had seen had all been puppies. Sigmund was full grown, and his gray-black fur had a tendency to bristle, which made him appear somewhat larger than a normal specimen of the breed.
1965R. Zelazny…And Call Me Conrad in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Oct. 11/1
I stood and drew her to her feet as it buzzed in low—a Radson Skimmer: a twenty-foot cockleshell of reflection and transparency; flat-bottomed, blunt-nosed.
1995R. ZelaznyThree Descents of Jeremy Baker in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction July 127
We were once a race of material beings but we were sufficiently evolved that when we saw our sun was going to go supernova we elected to transform ourselves into this state and study it rather than flee.
1965R. ZelaznyThe Furies in Amazing Stories June 16/2
As the tractor beams had seized it, as the vibrations penetrated its ebony hull and tore at his flesh, Corgo had called…and died just as the words and the tears began.
1966R. Zelazny in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction June 22/2
After appearing on tri-dee a couple times [sic] , sounding off about interstellar culture, and flashing her white, white teeth, she picked up a flush contract.