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Discover the anthology that has defined the finest in science fiction for nearly thirty years!
Edited by Gardner Dozois, The Year’s Best Science Fiction is the gold standard in SF anthologies—an annual exploration of the genre’s most expansive imaginations. The anthology helped earn Dozois a stunning 15 Hugo Awards, as well as an astonishing 33 of his record-setting 36 Locus Awards. In that grand tradition, this Twenty-Ninth Annual Collection is nothing less than a must-read.
In its pages, you’ll encounter 35 of the finest science fiction stories of the year, from legendary authors and talented newcomers alike. Elizabeth Bear, Stephen Baxter, Peter S. Beagle, Michael Swanwick, Alastair Reynolds, Catherynne M. Valente, Robert Reed, Damien Broderick, Paul McCauley, and John Barnes are but a few of the award-winning masters of the field you’ll find inside. A Year in Review section places the selection in the context of the genre at large, while a list of Honorable Mentions provides ample opportunity for further exploration.
If you love science fiction as much as we do, this is what you’re reading it for. The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Ninth Annual Collection belongs on your bookshelf.
Hardcover Book : 704 pages
Publisher: St. Martins Press, Llc ( July 31, 2012 )
Item #: 13-593373
Product Dimensions: 6.125 x 9.25 inches
Product Weight: 39.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Loved it. Agree with the poor editing comment, but it doesn't bother me as much
Some good stories here but the spelling errors are outstanding. I'm amazed that the editors let so many slip. Maybe I'm being too picky but it drives me nuts seeing so many errors in a book.