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TOC: Digital Domains edited by Ellen Datlow

Editor Ellen Datlow has posted the table of contents to her online-career-spanning anthology, Digital Domains: A Decade of Science Fiction & Fantasy, on sale in January 2010 from Prime Books:

OMNI online: September 1996 – March 1998

  1. “Thirteen Phantasms” by James P. Blaylock
  2. “Mr. Goober’s Show” by Howard Waldrop
  3. “Get a Grip” by Paul Park

Event Horizon: August 1988 – July 1999

  1. “The Girl Detective” by Kelly Link
  2. “Pansolapia” by Jeffrey Ford
  3. “Harbingers” by Severna Park

SCIFICTION: May 19, 2000 – December 28, 2005

  1. “Frankenstein’s Daughter” by Maureen McHugh
  2. “The Pottawatomie Giant” by Andy Duncan
  3. “What I Didn’t See Karen” by Joy Fowler
  4. “Daughter of the Monkey God” by M.K. Hobson
  5. “Tomorrow Town” by Kim Newman
  6. “There’s a Hole in the City” by Richard Bowes
  7. “All of Us Can Almost…” by Carol Emshwiller
  8. “You Go Where It Takes You” by Nathan Ballingrud
  9. “Russian Vine” by Simon Ings

[via Charles Tan @ Bibliophile Stalker]

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6 Comments on TOC: Digital Domains edited by Ellen Datlow

  1. Ellen Datlow // December 16, 2009 at 9:18 am //

    Well, my online career anyway. There were the 16 + years at OMNI before we went online 😉

  2. Well, that *should* have been obvious to me.  🙂  Fixed.

  3. 13 Phantasms is great…that entire short story collection by James P. Blaylock is fantastic and turned me into a Blaylock fan. 

  4. Ellen Datlow // December 17, 2009 at 1:14 am //

    “Thirteen Phantasms” is one of my favorite stories. Utterly charming.

  5. Ellen Datlow // December 17, 2009 at 1:15 am //

    Oh, and the publisher is thinking of waiting till a couple of months later to publish it…not sure yet.

  6. Charming is a perfect description of Thirteen Phantasms.  It really is.  I’m excited about the other authors in this collection, only a few of which I’ve had the pleasure to read.

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