| || “Azimuth 1,2,3...” |
by Damon Knight
First publication: Asimov’s Science Fiction, Jun 1982
Shortly after genius Azimuth Backfiler (yes, that’s his real name) finds a way to travel back in time, Azimuth 2 appears and hands him next week’s newspaper causing some sort of feedback that create Azimuth 3, Azimuth 4, . . .
Therefore, he was not surprised to see himself emerge from the chamber, wearing this very suit, a moment after he had formed the decision.
No Time Travel. Move along.
Port Eternity by C.J. Cherryh, 1982 [parallel universe ]
Voyage from Yesteryear by James P. Hogan, Apr 1982 [despite title, no time travel ]
“Lazarus Rising” by Gregory Benford, Asimov’s, Jul 1982 [long sleep ]
“The Boy Who Waterskied to Forever” by James Tiptree, Jr., F&SF, Oct 1982 [no definite time travel ]
“Dr. Time” by Sharon N. Farber, et. al., Asimov’s, Oct 1982 [despite title, no time travel ]