It's hard to find-- I don't think it exists online at all-- but I reread Joanne Greenberg's "Certain Distant Suns" again today, and it remains imo the best short story ever written. It was published in "High Crimes and Misdemeanors", but I found it in Alberto Manguel's "Black Water" anthology; both long out of print, neither available at my library.
@phooky 19 pages, can be borrowed at https://archive.org/details/highcrimesmisdem00gree for an hour.
That was a nice short story - thanks to both of you!
I see the story also appears in Nine Visions, a Book of Fantasies by Andrea LaSonde Melrose
And notably, searching for "without snow flopover or distortion" I find a 1966 piece called "Radio's pictures are just as big and chock-full of color"
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko