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TOC: ‘Armored ‘ Edited by John Joseph Adams

John Joseph Adams (recently interviewed here) has posted the table of contents for his anthology Armored, and original anthology of power armor fiction, which includes a Foreword by Orson Scott Card:

  1. “The Johnson Maneuver” by Ian Douglas
  2. “Hel’s Half-Acre” by Jack Campbell
  3. “Jungle Walkers” by David Klecha & Tobias S. Buckell
  4. “The Last Run of the Coppelia” by Genevieve Valentine
  5. “Death Reported of Last Surviving Veteran of Great War” by Dan Abnett
  6. “The Cat’s Pajamas” by Jack McDevitt
  7. “Find Heaven and Hell in the Smallest Things” by Simon R. Green
  8. “Power Armor: A Love Story” by David Barr Kirtley
  9. “The Last Days of the Kelly Gang” by David D. Levine
  10. “Field Test” by Michael A. Stackpole
  11. “Trauma Pod” by Alastair Reynolds
  12. “Contained Vacuum” by David Sherman
  13. “You Do What You Do” by Tanya Huff
  14. “Nomad” by Karin Lowachee
  15. “Human Error” by John Jackson Miller
  16. “Transfer of Ownership” by Christie Yant
  17. “Heuristic Algorithm and Reasoning Response Engine” by Ethan Skarstedt & Brandon Sanderson
  18. “Don Quixote” by Carrie Vaughn
  19. “The Poacher” by Wendy N. Wagner & Jak Wagner
  20. “The Green” by Lauren Beukes
  21. “Sticks and Stones” by Robert Buettner
  22. “Helmet” by Daniel H. Wilson
  23. “The N-Body Solution” by Sean Williams

Armored is due to be published in March (as per Amazon) or April (as per John) of 2012.

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3 Comments on TOC: ‘Armored ‘ Edited by John Joseph Adams

  1. Pretty giddy that Mr. Abnett has a story in there along with Tobias Buckell and Alastair Reynolds…  Giddy I say!!! 

  2. Ever since I first heard about this a few months back, I have been waiting on it with mixed feelings.

    I want it to be a kick ass Mil-SF anthology, but I fear that it will be something different…

    I have my fingers crossed.

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