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TOC: ‘The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Thirtieth Annual Collection’ Edited by Gardner Dozois

Gardner Dozois has announced the contents for the upcoming anthology The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Thirtieth Annual Collection, releasing on July 23, 2013:

  1. “Weep For Day” by Indrapramit Das
  2. “The Man” by Paul Mcauley
  3. “The Memcordist” by Lavie Tidhar
  4. “The Girl-thing Who Went Out For Sushi” by Pat Cadigan
  5. “Holmes Sherlock” by Eleanor Arnason
  6. “Nightfall On The Peak Of Eternal Light” by Richard A. Lovett And William Gleson
  7. “Close Encounters” by Andy Duncan
  8. “The Finite Canvas” by Brit Mandelo
  9. “Steamgothic” by Sean Mcmullen
  10. “In The House Of Aryaman, a Lonely Signal Burns” by Elizabeth Bear
  11. “Macy Minot’s Last Christmas On Dione, Ring Racing, Fiddler’s Green, The Potter’s Garden” by Paul Mcauley
  12. “Twenty Lights To “the Land Of Snow,” Michael Bishop
  13. “Astrophilia” by Carrie Vaughn
  14. “What Did Tessimond Tell You?” by Adam Roberts
  15. “Old Paint” by Megan Lindholm
  16. “Chitai Heiki Koronbin” by David Moles
  17. “Gods Of Risk” by James S. A. Corey
  18. “The Water Thief” by Alastair Reynolds
  19. “Nightside On Callisto” by Linda Nagata
  20. “Under The Eaves” by Lavie Tidhar
  21. “Sudden” by Broken And Unexpected” by Steven Popkes
  22. “Fireborn” by Robert Charles Wilson
  23. “Ruminations In An Alien Tongue” by Vandana Singh
  24. “Tyche And The Ants” by Hannu Rajaniemi
  25. “The Wreck Of The Charles Dexter Ward” by Sarah Monette And Elizabeth Bear
  26. “Invisible Men” by Christopher Barzak
  27. “Ship’s Brother” by Aliette De Bodared
  28. “Eater-of-bone” by Robert Reed

Book info as per Amazon US:

  • Paperback: 704 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin (July 23, 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 1250029139
  • ISBN-13: 978-1250029133
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6 Comments on TOC: ‘The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Thirtieth Annual Collection’ Edited by Gardner Dozois

  1. And a nice reuse of a classic cover illustration.

    • I agree, Fred. I’ll be buying this just for the Whelan cover. And bonus, I’ll most likely get some great storytelling in the bargain.

      • I think at one point he was selling it at his site. I know the cover for “Foundation’s Edge” was for sale (and that is the one I like a lot more, one of my favorite Whelan paintings).

  2. The same artwork was on the cover of the January 2012 Asimov’s!

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