TOC: ‘Lightspeed: Year One’ Edited by John Joseph Adams

Prime Books has posted the table of conetnst for Lightspeed: Year One edited by John Joseph Adams, which is described thusly:

Lightspeed: Year One compiles all the fiction published by the online science fiction magazine Lightspeed in its first year. Originally published stories include Nebula Award finalists Vylar Kaftan’s “I’m Alive, I Love You, I’ll See You in Reno” and Adam-Troy Castro’s “Arvies” as well as Carrie Vaughn’s Hugo Award-nominated “Amaryllis”. Plus there are classic stories by Stephen King, Ursula K. Le Guin, George R. R. Martin, and more.

The popular, critically-acclaimed Lightspeed is edited by bestselling anthologist John Joseph Adams. Lightspeed publishes all types of science fiction, from near-future sociological soft sf to far-future star-spanning hard sf–and everything in between. Each month, Lightspeed features a mix of original and classic stories, from a variety of authors, showcasing the best new genre voices along with bestsellers, award-winners, fan favorites, and notable authors readers already know.

And here’s the story lineup…

  1. “I’m Alive, I Love You, I’ll See You in Reno” by Vylar Kaftan
  2. “The Cassandra Project” by Jack McDevitt
  3. “Cats in Victory” by David Barr Kirtley
  4. “Amaryllis” by Carrie Vaughn
  5. “No Time Like the Present” by Carol Emshwiller
  6. “Manumission” by Tobias S. Buckell
  7. “The Zeppelin Conductors’ Society Annual Gentlemen’s Ball” by Genevieve Valentine
  8. “…For a Single Yesterday” by George R. R. Martin
  9. “How to Become a Mars Overlord” by Catherynne M. Valente
  10. “Patient Zero” by Tananarive Due
  11. “Arvies” by Adam-Troy Castro
  12. “More Than the Sum of His Parts” by Joe Haldeman
  13. “Flower, Mercy, Needle, Chain” by Yoon Ha Lee
  14. “The Long Chase” by Geoffrey A. Landis
  15. “Amid the Words of War” by Cat Rambo
  16. “Travelers” by Robert Silverberg
  17. “Hindsight” by Sarah Langan
  18. “Tight Little Stitches in a Dead Man’s Back” by Joe R. Lansdale
  19. “The Taste of Starlight” by John R. Fultz
  20. “Beachworld” by Stephen King
  21. “Standard Loneliness Package” by Charles Yu
  22. “Faces in Revolving Souls” by Caitlin R. Kiernan
  23. “Hwang’s Billion Brilliant Daughters” by Alice Sola Kim
  24. “Ej-Es” by Nancy Kress
  25. “In-Fall” by Ted Kosmatka
  26. “The Observer” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  27. “Jenny’s Sick” by David Tallerman
  28. “The Silence of the Asonu” by Ursula K. Le Guin
  29. “Postings from an Amorous Tomorrow” by Corey Mariani
  30. “Cucumber Gravy” by Susan Palwick
  31. “Black Fire” by Tanith Lee
  32. “The Elephants of Poznan” by Orson Scott Card
  33. “Long Enough And Just So Long” by Cat Rambo
  34. “The Passenger” by Julie E. Czerneda
  35. “Simulacrum” by Ken Liu
  36. “Breakaway, Backdown” by James Patrick Kelly
  37. “Saying the Names” by Maggie Clark
  38. “Gossamer” by Stephen Baxter
  39. “Spider the Artist” by Nnedi Okorafor
  40. “Woman Leaves Room” by Robert Reed
  41. “All That Touches the Air” by An Owomoyela
  42. “Maneki Neko” by Bruce Sterling
  43. “Mama, We are Zhenya, Your Son” by Tom Crosshill
  44. “Velvet Fields” by Anne McCaffrey
  45. “The Harrowers” by Eric Gregory
  46. “Bibi From Jupiter” by Tessa Mellas
  47. “Eliot Wrote” by Nancy Kress
  48. “Scales” by Alastair Reynolds

[via A Dribble of Ink via Tobias Buckell]