TOC: ‘The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Twenty-Ninth Annual Collection’ Edited by Gardner Dozois

Gardner Dozois has posted the table of contents for his upcoming anthology The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Twenty-Ninth Annual Collection:

  1. “The Choice” by Paul Mcauley
  2. “Silently And Very Fast” by Catherynne M. Valente
  3. “The Man Who Bridged The Mist” by Kij Johnson
  4. “The Ants Of Flanders” by Robert Reed
  5. “A Soldier Of The City” by David Moles
  6. “The Invasion Of Venus” by Stephen Baxter
  7. “Laika’s Ghost” by Karl Schroeder
  8. “The Beancounter’s Cat” by Damien Broderick
  9. “The Vicar Of Mars” by Gwyneth Jones
  10. “Dolly” by Elizabeth Bear
  11. “Martian Heart” by John Barnes
  12. “Ascension Day” by Alastair Reynolds
  13. “The Smell Of Orange Groves” by Lavie Tidhar
  14. “After The Apocalypse” by Maureen McHugh
  15. “A Long Way Home” by Jay Lake
  16. “What We Found” by Geoff Ryman
  17. “The Incredible Exploding Man” by Dave Hutchinson
  18. “The Copenhagen Interpretation” by Paul Cornell
  19. “The Way It Works Out And All” by Peter S. Beagle
  20. “The Dala Horse” by Michael Swanwick
  21. “Earth Hour” by Ken MacLeod
  22. “The Ice Owl” by Carolyn Ives Gilman
  23. “Digital Rites” by Jim Hawkins
  24. “Cody” by Pat Cadigan
  25. “Ghostweight” by Yoon Ha Lee
  26. “A Response From Est17″ by Tom Purdom
  27. “Digging” by Ian McDonald
  28. “A Militant Peace” by David Klecha & Tobias S. Buckell
  29. “For I Have Lain Me Down On The Stone Of Loneliness And I’ll Not Be Back Again” by Michael Swanwick
  30. “The Iron Shirts” by Michael Flynn
  31. “The Boneless One” by Alec Nevala-Lee
  32. “Canterbury Hollow” by Chris Lawson
  33. “The Cold Step Beyond” by Ian R. MacLeod
  34. “The Vorkuta Event” by Ken MacLeod
  35. “Dying Young” by Peter M. Ball

[Thanks, Odo!]

2 thoughts on “TOC: ‘The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Twenty-Ninth Annual Collection’ Edited by Gardner Dozois”

  1. There appear to be a few errors. “Stephen Alan Baxter” rather than “Stephen (Michael) Baxter”.  “Tobias S. Bucknell” rather than “Tobias S. Buckell”. And “For I Have Laid Me Down” rather than “For I Have Lain Me Down”.

    If anyone can tell me whether the ISFDB is in error, or this data is, I’d appreciate it.

     

     

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