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Year's Best SF #15: Year's Best SF 15by David G. (edt) Hartwell
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Who knows what awaits us tomorrow?
Much of the most innovative and exhilarating work performed in the boundary-less arena of SF is being done in the short form. This year's magnificent harvest—gathered, as always, by acclaimed award-winning editors and anthologists David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer—offers glimpses of worlds and tomorrows that would have been inconceivable just a few years ago. Brilliant, bold, unusual, and soaring flights into the hitherto unforeseen yet increasingly possible future, Year's Best SF 15 offers truly breathtaking stories by some of speculative fiction's brightest lights, including:
Stephen Baxter • Nancy Kress • Alastair Reynolds • Geoff Ryman • Bruce Sterling • Peter Watts • Robert Charles Wilson • Gene Wolfe • and others
The best short-form science fiction from 2009, selected by Hartwell and Cramer, is collected in this volume. Authors include Stephen Baxter, Joe Haldeman, Geoff Ryman, and Bruce Sterling. Original.
An annual celebration of the finest short form science fiction of the past year, editors David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramers Years Best science fiction anthologies are widely acclaimed and eagerly awaited—and Years Best SF 15 lives up magnificently to its name! Featuring thrilling new tales by such speculative fiction luminaries as Stephen Baxter, Gene Wolfe, Nancy Kress, Geoff Ryman, Bruce Sterling, and a host of others, Years Best SF 15 opens the door into a universe of wonders.
About the Author
David G. Hartwell is a senior editor at Tor/Forge Books. He is the author of Age of Wondersand the editor of many anthologies, including The Dark Descent, The World Treasury of Science Fiction, and a number of Christmas anthologies. He has won the Eaton Award, the World Fantasy Award, and the Science Fiction Chronicle Poll, has been nominated for the Hugo Award thirty-one times to date, and has won the Hugo Award for Best Editor.
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