TOC: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 2

Night Shade has posted the contents of The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 2 edited by Jonathan Strahan, to be publishd in March 2008.

  1. The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate” by Ted Chiang
  2. “The Last and Only Mr. Moskowitz Becomes French” by Peter S. Beagle
  3. “Trunk and Disorderly” by Charles Stross
  4. “Glory” by Greg Egan
  5. “Dead Horse Point” by Daryl Gregory
  6. “The Dreaming Wind” by Jeffrey Ford
  7. “The Coat of Stars” by Holly Black
  8. “The Prophet of Flores” by Ted Kosmatka
  9. “Wizard’s Six” by Alex Irvine
  10. “The Cambist and Lord Iron: A Fairy Tale of Economics” by Daniel Abraham
  11. “By Fools Like Me” by Nancy Kress
  12. Kiosk” by Bruce Sterling
  13. “Singing of Mount Abora” by Theodora Goss
  14. “The Witch’s Headstone” by Neil Gaiman
  15. “Last Contact” by Stephen Baxter
  16. “Jesus Christ, Reanimator” by Ken Macleod
  17. “Sorrel’s Heart” by Susan Palwick
  18. “Urdumheim” by Michael Swanwick
  19. “Holiday” by M. Rickert
  20. “The Valley of the Gardens” by Tony Daniel
  21. “Winter’s Wife” by Elizabeth Hand
  22. The Sky is Large and the Earth is Small” by Chris Roberson
  23. “Orm the Beautiful” by Elizabeth Bear
  24. “The Constable of Abal” by Kelly Link

One thought on “TOC: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 2”

  1. I’m glad to see the new additions to the “Years Best” collections – both the Strahan and Horton edited anthologies. I think Strahan might have the most accurate take on what’s best in SF and Fantasy, and he’s quickly becoming our best overall anthologist. I’m counting on this new series to be the best of the “Best” for years to come.

    Wish it had a hardcover though…

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