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TOC: Year’s Best Fantasy 7

Kathryn Cramer has posted the table of contents for the annual anthology se co-edits with David G. Hartwell, Year’s Best Fantasy 7, to be published in June 2007.

  1. “Hallucigenia” by Laird Barron
  2. “Four Fables” by Peter S. Beagle
  3. “Yours, Etc.” by Gavin Grant
  4. “Sea Air” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
  5. “I’ll Give You My Word” by Diana Wynne Jones
  6. “The Bonny Boy” by Ian Macleod
  7. “Ghost Mission” by L. E. Modesitt, Jr.
  8. “The Roaming Forest” by Michael Moorcock
  9. “Show Me Yours” by Robert Reed
  10. “Christmas Witch” by M. Rickert
  11. “Pol Pot’s Beautiful Daughter” by Geoff Ryman
  12. “The Lepidopterist” by Lucius Shepard
  13. “The Double-Edged Sword” by Sharon Shinn
  14. “Pimpf” by Charles Stross
  15. “An Episode of Stardust” by Michael Swanwick
  16. “The Osteomancer’s Son” by Greg van Eekhout
  17. “Thin, On the Ground” by Howard Waldrop
  18. “The Potter’s Daughter” by Martha Wells
  19. “Build-a-Bear” by Gene Wolfe
  20. “Bea and her Bird Brother” by Gene Wolfe
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3 Comments on TOC: Year’s Best Fantasy 7

  1. A nitpick: My story’s actually titled “The Osteomancer’s Son.” Although it wouldn’t bug me too much if it got called “The Osteomancer’s Waffle Iron,” as long as I still got to be included in such august company.

  2. Thanks, Greg…post updated.

  3. Hmmmm . . . does that mean that “The Osteomancer’s Waffle Iron” isn’t taken?

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