My story "Thích Nhất Thở v. Ares Air, Inc." has been published in the autumn issue of Sci Phi Journal . The story is a available to view online here and the entire autumn issue is also free to download here . The dramatic illustration accompanying the story, which is featured above, is a digital re-rendering by Gordon Johnson of a classic etching by an anonymous master.
Neutron Star by Larry Niven is a collection featuring the short story of the same name. My edition is the 1968 Ballantine Books paperback. Some of my favorite alien species in science fiction come from Larry Niven’s Ringworld, the tripeds known as Pierson’s Puppeteer, or the Kzin cat-people, which also featured in Star Trek. http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/pl.cgi?275207
My own copy of Poul Anderson's Broken Sword it is a paperback edition from Ballantine Books of the 1971 revised version. I've read that Michael Moorcock considered it to be better than Lord of the Rings . It is certainly a very different sort of epic. There were two distinct versions of this published, the revision twenty years later. Anderson wrote a foreword in the later version explaining his reasons for the changes. I also found a very informative article at Black Gate discussing the difference between the 1954 original and the revision.