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TOCs for Two New SF/F Anthologies

As previously noted, Locus Magazine reviewer Rich Horton will be editing three two annual anthology series: Science Fiction: The Best of the Year and Fantasy: The Best of the Year to be published by Prime Books.

New this week is Horton’s message on the Asimov’s forum listing the Tables of Contents of each:

Science Fiction: The Best of the Year

  1. “The Edge of Nowhere” by James Patrick Kelly
  2. “The Policeman’s Daughter” by Wil McCarthy
  3. “The Fate of Mice” by Susan Palwick
  4. “Bank Run” by Tom Purdom
  5. “Finished” by Robert Reed
  6. “Triceratops Summer” by Michael Swanwick
  7. “The Inn at Mount Either” by James Van Pelt
  8. The King of Where-I-Go” by Howard Waldrop
  9. “Understanding Space and Time” by Alastair Reynolds
  10. “Search Engine” by Mary Rosenblum
  11. “You by Anonymous” by Stephen Leigh
  12. “Heartwired” by Joe Haldeman
  13. “Bliss” by Leah Bobet
  14. “The Jenna Set” by Daniel Kaysen
  15. “A Coffee Cup/Alien Invasion Story” by Douglas Lain

Fantasy: The Best of the Year

  1. “Two Hearts” by Peter Beagle
  2. “Wax” by Elizabeth Bear
  3. Is There Life After Rehab?” by Pat Cadigan
  4. “The Emperor of Gondwanaland” by Paul Di Filippo
  5. “Fancy Bread” by Gregory Feeley
  6. “Sunbird” by Neil Gaiman
  7. “Pip and the Fairies” by Theodora Goss
  8. “The Gist Hunter” by Matthew Hughes
  9. Jane” by Marc Laidlaw
  10. Magic for Beginners” by Kelly Link
  11. CommComm” by George Saunders
  12. “Empty Places” by Richard Parks
  13. “By the Light of Tomorrow’s Sun” by Holly Phillips
  14. “Three Urban Folk Tales” by Eric Schaller
  15. “On the Blindside” by Sonya Taaffe
  16. Invisible” by Steve Rasnic Tem
  17. “Comber” by Gene Wolfe
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