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One of the bestselling collections of some of the top Science Fiction of the year! ibooks bestselling "Best Of"book. One of the first Best of anthologies to come out in the new year. Edited by respected and Hugo-nominated writer Karen Haber. Continuing ibooks' popular "Best of the Year"books edited and designed to appeal to science fiction fans and get it on their shelves. Here is a collection of some of the best SF prose written in 2005 by some of the genre's greatest writers and selected by one of science fiction's most respected editors and writers. Due to the timing of solicitation, the final lineup of authors and stories is still to be determined/finalized. Karen Haber is a Hugo-nominated editor and best-selling author whose novels include Woman Without a Shadow and Star Trek Voyager: Bless the Beasts. She is the editor of Meditations on Middle-Earth, a Hugo-nominated collection of essays, of Exploring the Matrix, and is the co-author of Science of the X-Men. In addition, she has co-edited the Year's Best SF and Universe anthologies with her husband, Robert Silverberg. She is the art books reviewer for Locus magazine and regularly profiles artists for various publications including Realms of Fantasy magazine. Her short fiction has appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction magazine, the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and many anthologies. Her most recent book is the young adult science fiction novel "Crossing Infinity."
Continuing iBooks' popular The Best Of books, edited and designed to appeal to science fiction fans, comes Science Fiction: The Best of 2005.
This collection brings the reader some of the best science fiction prose written in 2005 by some of the genre's greatest writers and selected by two of the field's most respected editors and authors.
This affordable volume contains the best short science fiction of 2003 as selected from magazines, anthologies, and journals. It includes stories by some of the finest, most creative minds in the genre. Original.
Edited by respected and Hugo-nominated writer Karen Haber, this collection contains some of the best SF prose written in 2005 by some of the genre's greatest writers.