Isaac Asimov’s Favorite Story “The Last Question” Read by Asimov and Leonard Nimoy

When asked why The Last Question was his favorite, Isaac Asimov replied:

“For one thing I got the idea all at once and didn’t have to fiddle with it; and I wrote it in white-heat and scarcely had to change a word. This sort of thing endears any story to any writer.” But it also had, and continues to have, “the strangest effect on my readers. Frequently someone writes to ask me if I can give them the name of a story, which they ‘think’ I may have written, and tell them where to find it. They don’t remember the title but when they describe the story it is invariably ‘The Last Question.’”

The story read by Leonard Nimoy:

Pick your poison.

h/t Open Culture.