Good lord. You know, I've never heard of half of these stories. `Hawksbill Station' and `The Heat Death Of The Universe' and the Ballard I know, but I never heard of `Devil Car' before, and I thought I'd read pretty much all of Zelazny's short stories.
I've a confession to make. Devil Car is the only Zelazny story I *have* read.
In fact, for many of the authors who appear in this collection, I've only read that one example of their work. For a couple more, I've only read maybe one or two of their other stories. The only real exceptions, of whom I can say I've read several of their works are Moorcock, Aldiss and P.K. Dick.
I haven't read a lot of Martin - although I think `Sandkings' is one of the best stories ever written. And I haven't read a lot of Gaiman either - although I loved American Gods with a passion. Thanks for the link; I'll sit and give that a read when I get time.
`Auto da Fe' was written for the original Dangerous Visions anthology, I think, which is where I read it first. `Last Of The Wild Ones' is another one I don't know, but now I think about it, Zelazny did seem to have a thing about cars.