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TOC: Year’s Best SF 12

Kathryn Cramer has posted the table of contents for the upcoming Year’s Best SF 12 anthology, due out in June 2007, which she co-edited with David Hartwell:

  1. “The Lowland Expedition” by Stephen Baxter
  2. “Applied Mathematical Theology” by Gregory Benford
  3. “Brother, Can you Spare a Dime” by Terry Bisson
  4. “Silence in Florence” by Ian Creasey
  5. “When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth” by Cory Doctorow
  6. “Counterfactual” by Gardner R. Dozois
  7. “Quill” by Carol Emshwiller
  8. “Dawn, and Sunset, and the Colours of the Earth” by Michael Flynn
  9. “Damascus” by Darryl Gregory
  10. “Speak, Geek” by Eileen Gunn
  11. “Expedition, With Recipes” by Joe Haldeman.
  12. “The Women of Our Occupation” by Kameron Hurley
  13. “Nano Comes to Clifford Falls” by Nancy Kress
  14. “This Is the Ice Age” by Claude Lalumière
  15. “Just Do It!” by Heather Lindsley
  16. “Taking Good Care of Myself” by Ian R. MacLeod
  17. “Dead Men Walking” by Paul J. McAuley
  18. “Heisenberg Elementary” by Wil McCarthy
  19. “Rwanda” by Robert Reed
  20. “Tiger Burning” by Alastair Reynolds
  21. “Home Movies” by Mary Rosenblum
  22. “Preemption” by Charlie Rosenkrantz
  23. “Chu and the Nants” by Rudy Rucker
  24. “Tin Marsh” by Michael Swanwick
  25. “Moon Does Run” by Edd Vick
  26. “The Age of Ice” by Liz Williams
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2 Comments on TOC: Year’s Best SF 12

  1. Meanwhile, I’ve corrected the spelling of Edd Vick’s name.

  2. Me too. Thanks, Kathryn!

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