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Proposed TOC: Space Opera edited by Rich Horton

Rich Horton has posted the table of contents of his propsed (but unforunately canceled) anthology, Space Opera. Too bad…it looked to be a good one.

  1. “Finisterra” by David Moles (F&SF, December)
  2. “Pluto Tells All” by John Scalzi (Subterranean, Spring)
  3. “The Sands of Titan” by Richard A. Lovett (Analog, June)
  4. “Who’s Afraid of Wolf 359?” by Ken MacLeod (The New Space Opera)
  5. “Trunk and Disorderly” by Charles Stross (Asimov’s, January)
  6. “Six Lights Off Green Scar” by Gareth L. Powell (Infinity Plus)
  7. “The Final Voyage of La Riaza” by Jayme Lynn Blaschke (Interzone, June)
  8. “Icarus Beach” by C. W. Johnson (Analog, December)
  9. “The Caldera of Good Fortune” by Robert Reed (Asimov’s, Oct/Nov)
  10. “The Fly and Die Ticket” by Jay Lake (Subterranean, Fall)
  11. “Muse of Fire” by Dan Simmons (The New Space Opera)
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6 Comments on Proposed TOC: Space Opera edited by Rich Horton

  1. Nuts. Yes, it did look like it was a “buy me”.:(

  2. was this The New Space Opera 2 or another book?

  3. @Jim: This was another book that was to be edited by Rich Horton. The New Space Opera 2, edited by Jonathan Strahan and Gardner Dozois, is still being planned.

  4. Thanks John, I rather enjoyed The New Space opera except for the last story just about lulled me to sleep. Sorry Dan.

  5. PS I’m looking forward to your review on “Fast Forward” 2.:D

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