Prime Books has posted the table of contents for The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Novellas: 2015 edited by Paula Guran.
Here’s the book description:
The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Novellas: 2015 inaugurates a new annual series of anthologies featuring some of the year’s best novella-length science fiction and fantasy. Novellas, longer than short stories but shorter than novels, are a rich and rewarding literary form that can fully explore tomorrow’s technology, the far reaches of the future, thought-provoking imaginings, fantastic worlds, and entertaining concepts with the impact of a short story and the detailed breadth of a novel. Gathering a wide variety of excellent SF and fantasy, this anthology of “short novels” showcases the talents of both established masters and new writers.
Here’s the table of contents:
- “In Her Eyes” by Seth Chambers (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan/Feb 2014)
- The Churn: An Expanse Novella by James S. A. Corey (Orbit)
- “Where the Trains Turn” by Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen (translated by Liisa Rantalaiho) (Tor.com, 15 November 2014)
- Yesterday’s Kin by Nancy Kress (Tachyon Publications)
- “Claudius Rex” by John P. Murphy (Alembical 3: A Distillation of Three Novellas, eds. Schoen & Dorrance)
- “The Things We Do For Love” by K. J. Parker (Subterranean Press Magazine, Summer 2014)
- “The Mothers of Voorhisville” by Mary Rickert, (Tor.com, 30 Apr 2014)
- “The Lightning Tree” by Patrick Rothfuss (Rogues, eds. Martin & Dozois)
- Dream Houses by Genevieve Valentine (Dream Houses WSFA/ Wyrm Publishing)