TOC: 2007 Year’s Best series by Rich Horton

Rich Horton has released the tables of contents for the three anthologies he’s working on for Prime Books.

Science Fiction: The Best of the Year 2007 Edition

  1. “Another Word for Map is Faith” by Christopher Rowe (Read excerpt)
  2. “Okanoggan Falls” by Carolyn Ives Gilman
  3. “Saving for a Sunny Day” by Ian Watson
  4. “The Cartesian Theater” by Robert Charles Wilson
  5. “Hesperia and Glory” by Ann Leckie
  6. “Incarnation Day” by Walter Jon Williams [See SF Signal review]
  7. “Exit Before Saving” by Ruth Nestvold
  8. “Inclination” by William Shunn (Read excerpt)
  9. “Life on the Preservation” by Jack Skillingstead
  10. “Me-Topia” by Adam Roberts
  11. The House Beyond Your Sky” by Benjamin Rosenbaum
  12. “A Billion Eves” by Robert Reed

Fantasy: The Best of the Year 2007 Edition

(One author response pending)

  1. “Journey Into the Kingdom” by M. Rickert
  2. The Water Poet and the Four Seasons” by by David J. Schwartz
  3. “Pol Pot’s Beautiful Daughter (Fantasy)” by Geoff Ryman
  4. “The Osteomancer’s Son” by Greg van Eekhout
  5. “Salt Wine” by Peter Beagle
  6. The Original Word for Rain” by Peter Higgins
  7. “The Lineaments of Gratified Desire” by Ysabeau Wilce
  8. “Journey to Gantica” by by Matthew Corradi
  9. “Irregular Verbs” by Matthew Johnson
  10. “A Fish Story” by Sarah Totton
  11. “The Night Whiskey” by Jeffrey Ford
  12. “A Fine Magic” by Margo Lanagan
  13. “Moon Viewing at Shijo Bridge” by Richard Parks
  14. “Citrine: A Fable” by Elise Moser
  15. “A Siege of Cranes” by Benjamin Rosenbaum

Space Opera 2007 Edition

(One author response pending)

  1. “Have You Any Wool” by Alan De Niro
  2. “Lehr, Rex” by Jay Lake
  3. “Lady Be Good” by John G. Hemry
  4. “Every Hole is Outlined” by John Barnes (Read excerpt)
  5. “The Plurality of Worlds” by Brian Stableford (Read excerpt)
  6. “Dead Men Walking” by Paul J. Mcauley (Read excerpt)
  7. “The Muse of Empires Lost” by Paul Berger
  8. “Catastrophe Baker and the Cold Equations” by Mike Resnick
  9. “Thousandth Night” by Alastair Reynolds [See SF Signal review]

[via Year’s Best SF Info]