I should have looked further in the link provided. Good to see some more obscure works are being reprinted. Although the blurb doesn't say so, I would think the title of the collection means "We Install" is included. It probably will also have at least some of the other works HT has done this decade and had printed in Analog and Asimov's such as "Donner Summit". The essay on The Lord of the Rings is probably a reprint of "The Ring and I". ML4E (talk) 20:35, March 5, 2015 (UTC)

By my count, the blurb confirms 6 of the 9 stories. I'm really glad to see "Hoxbomb" and "Drang von Osten" are in there, the former because we have NO articles about the story, and the latter because I just want to read the damn thing, even though I know the ending. I'm also happy to see a new story with "Logan's Law". The other stories the blurb let's slip are "We Install" (by implication), "Down in the Bottomlands" and "Father of the Groom". Hopefully the remaining unidentified three stories are first time reprints from the 1980s and 1990s, but I think ML4E is correct and we'll be seeing more recent works. TR (talk) 21:46, March 5, 2015 (UTC)

Silver updated his website and had a complete table of contents which I cribbed. This is the order within the book. Should this stand or be reordered alphabetically? ML4E (talk) 18:41, March 28, 2015 (UTC)

The precedent appears to be order within the book. TR (talk) 01:41, March 29, 2015 (UTC)

Silver has reviewed the collection here. He gives a one paragraph description of each item (both fiction and nonfiction) while trying to avoid spoilers. ML4E (talk) 16:04, May 26, 2015 (UTC)

He named the anthology after "We Install"? I mean, I can't say any of these stories really pop out, but WI seems an odd choice for a feature presentation.
The essays look interesting. Even if they're reprints, they're still new to me. Turtle Fan (talk) 23:21, August 25, 2015 (UTC)
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