Galactic Games – edited by Bryan Thomas Schmidt

"Galactic Games" edited by Bryan Thomas Schmidt.

“Galactic Games” edited by Bryan Thomas Schmidt.

Title: Galactic Games
Editor(s): Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Cover Artist: Domic Harman
Language: English
Publisher: Baen Books
Published: June 2016
ISBN-10: 1476781583
ISBN-13: 9781476781587
   “With Fones” by Todd McCaffrey
   “Little Games” by Mercedes Lackey
   “Regulation” by Seanan McGuire
   “Earth, Corner Pocket” by Lezli Robyn
   “The Great Kladnar Race” by Randall Garrett and Robert Silverberg
   “Advantages” by Louise Marley
   “Louisville Slugger” by Jack C. Haldeman II
   “For the Sake of the Game” by Gray Rinehart
   “Shooter Ready” by Larry Correia
   “Minor Hockey Gods of Barstow Station” by Beth Cato
   “Pompoms and Circumstance” by Esther M. Friesner
   “The Olympian” by Mike Resnick
   “Petra and the Blue Goo” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
   “Green Moss River” by David Farland
   “The On-Deck Circle” by Gene Wolfe
   “Stress Cracks” by Anthony R. Cardno
   “Run to Starlight” by George R.R. Martin
   “Mars Court Rules” by Brad R. Torgersen
   “Last Shot, First Shot” by Dean Wesley Smith
   “The Great Ignorant Race” by Robert Reed

Rocket Dragons Ignite – Daily Science Fiction Year Two – edited by Michele-Lee Barasso and Jonathan Laden

"Rocket Dragons Ignite - Daily Science Fiction Year Two" - edited by Michele Lee Barasso and Jonathan Ladan.

“Rocket Dragons Ignite – Daily Science Fiction Year Two” – edited by Michele Lee Barasso and Jonathan Ladan.

Title: Rocket Dragons Ignite – Daily Science Fiction Year Two
Series: Daily Science Fiction
Number in Series: 2 (two)
Author(s): Edoardo Albert, Lou Antonelli, Patricia Ash, Andy Astruc, RJ Astruc, Alec Austin, Scott W. Baker, Peter M. Ball, James Bambury, Michael Banker, A.J. Barr, Jacquelyn Bartel, Matthew W Baugh, Amelia Beamer, James Beamon, Annie Bellet, M. Bennardo, Aimee Vanessa Blume, Bruce Boston, Story Boyle, Eric Brown, Jen Brubacher, Oliver Buckram, Budge Burgess, Stephanie Burgis, Michael Canfield, Dan Campbell, Jennifer Campbell-Hicks, Thomas Canfield, A.G. Carpenter, Jay Caselberg, M.E. Castle, Beth Cato, Ann Chatham, K.S. Clay, Amanda Clark, Maggie Clark, Cassandra Rose Clarke, Krystal Claxton, Ron Collins, Adam Colston, Tina Connolly, Donald S. Crankshaw, Ryan Creel, Elizabeth Creith, Marie Croke, Carrie Cuinn, Jonas David, Amanda C. Davis, Aliette de Bodard, Seth DeHaan, Guy Anthony De Marco, Amalia Dillin, Paul G. Di Filippo, Sarina Dorie, James S. Dorr, Nicky Drayden, S.J. Driscoll, Jakob Drud, Dana Dupont, Frank Dutkiewicz, Paul Ebbs, L.E. Elder, Megan R. Engelhardt, Jasmine Fahmy, Ekaterina Fawl, Shannon Fay, Michael R. Fletcher, Ewan C. Forbes, Eugie Foster, Milo James Fowler, Susan Franceschina, Nancy Fulda, Andrew S. Fuller, Amy Gaertner, Cate Gardner, Stephen Gaskell, Laura Anne Gilman, Ari B. Goelman, Laura E. Goodin, Erik Goranson, Lydia S. Gray, William Greeley, Damien Walters Grintalis, Lee Hallison, Rachel Halpern, D. Robert Hamm, Erin M. Hartshorn, Colin Harvey, Amanda M. Hayes, Alyc Helms, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, C.L. Holland, M.K. Hutchins, Helen Jackson, K.G. Jewell, John Philip Johnson, Thomas F. Jolly, Vylar Kaftan, Rahul Kanakia, Christopher Kastensmidt, Andrew Kaye, Leigh Kimmel, Edward Gary Kratz, Jamie Lackey, David Glen Larson, Richard Larson, D.K. Latta, Nathaniel Matthews Lee, Terra LeMay, Rose Lemberg, Stacey Danielle Lepper, Greg Leunig, David D. Levine, Jeremy Lightner, Marissa Kristine Lingen, Jennifer Linnaea, Ken Liu, Alex Livingston, Mary E. Lowd, Wakefield Mahon, Steven Mathes, Rich Matrunick, Sadie Mattox, Shamus Maxwell, Laura Lee McArdle, Sandra McDonald, Will McIntosh, Melissa Mead, Greg Mellor, D. Thomas Minton, Holli Mintzer, Bernie Mojzes, Lauren K. Moody, Timothy Moore, Grayson Bray Morris, Lisa Nohealani Morton, Jaime Lee Moyer, Steve J. Myers, Mari Ness, Ruth Nestvold, Ian Nichols, Don Norum, Patricia Duffy Novak, Kate O’Connor, Kat Otis, Colum Paget, Carma Lynn Park, Jonathan Fredrick Parks, C. Richard Patton, Craig Pay, Steven L Peck, Kevin Pickett, Sarah Pinsker, Greg Porter, George Potter, Cat Rambo, Stephen V. Ramey, Robert Reed, Melanie Rees, Luc Reid, Alter S. Reiss, Mike Resnick, Shane D. Rhinewald, Julia Rios, A.M. Roelke, Bruce Holland Rogers, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Matthue Roth, Guinevere Robin Rowell, S.A. Rudek, Cheryl Wood Ruggiero, Patricia Russo, Steven Saus, Kenneth Schneyer, John M. Shade, Katherine Heath Shaeffer, Diana Sherman, Alex Shvartsman, Marge Simon, Julian Mortimer Smith, Alexander Stanmyer, Sarah Stasik, David Steffen, Ferrett Steinmetz, Steven R. Stewart, Eric James Stone, Amy Sundberg, Henry Szabranski, Sabina Theo, Sara Thustra, Lavie Tidhar, Garth Upshaw, James Van Pelt, John Van Pelt, Eliza Victoria, Sean Vivier, Chuck Von Nordheim, Devin Wallace, Deborah Walker, Leslie Claire Walker, Douglas F. Warrick, Derek Ivan Webster, Fran Wilde, Brooke Juliet Wonders, James Luke Worrad, Sylvia Spruck Wrigley, Caroline M. Yoachim, Christie Yant, Kathryn Yelinek
Editor(s): Michele-Lee Barasso, Jonathan Laden
Cover Artist: Liz Clarke
Language: English
Publisher: Daily Science Fiction
Published: June 2013
ISBN-10: 0984909311
ISBN-13: 9780984909315
   “Dragons” by Wakefield Mahon
   “Now Until” by Jonathan Fredrick Parks
   “Everlasting” by Fran Wilde
   “Losing One’s Appetite” by Sarina Dorie
   “Modification or Mutation: 8 Ways a Parent Can Be Sure” by Marissa Kristine Lingen
   “Test Drive” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
   “Requiem Duet, Concerto for Flute and Voodoo” by Eugie Foster
   “HETERO3” by Robert Reed
   “Beauty, Deconstructed” by Adam Colston
   “Spiral” by Sarah Stasik
   “In Vivo” by S.J. Driscoll
   “The Ritual of Names in Prague in the Last Days of the New Empire” by Bernie Mojzes
   “In Memoriam” by Amanda C. Davis
   “This Always Happens Here” by Richard Larson
   “Ten Speeds at the End of the World” by Guinevere Robin Rowell
   “Exit Stage Life” by Cate Gardner
   “Volition” by Alec Austin
   “The Last Seed” by Ken Liu
   “Regret Incorporated” by RJ Astruc and Andy Astruc
   “Totemkill” by Sean Vivier
   “Her Majesty’s Guardian” by Donald S. Crankshaw
   “Wonder” by Matthue Roth
   “Wider and Deeper” by Carma Lynn Park
   “Where Sea and Sky Kiss” by Dan Campbell
   “Canvas” by M.K. Hutchins
   “If Wishes Were Fishes” by Amanda M. Hayes
   “A Concert of Flowers” by Kate O’Connor
   “The Human Guest” by Marge Simon
   “The Farthest Coast” by Jeremy Lightner
   “The Quest Unusual” by David Steffen
   “California Gurls” by S.A. Rudek
   “Free Lunch” by Will McIntosh
   “Spidersong” by Alex Shvartsman
   “My Dearest Miranda” by Jaime Lee Moyer
   “Amy’s First” by Henry Szabranski
   “Selecting” by John M. Shade
   “Sea Charm” by Ann Chatham
   “Junk Silver” by Michael Canfield
   “Like Origami in Water” by Damien Walters Grintalis
   “Geniuses” by Christopher Kastensmidt
   “Tomorrow’s Dawn” by Milo James Fowler
   “Radical Therapy” by Edward Gary Kratz
   “I Kill Monsters” by Nathaniel Matthews Lee
   “Classroom of the Living Dead” by James Van Pelt
   “Dark Swans” by Terra LeMay
   “Call Center Blues” by Carrie Cuinn
   “Time to Go” by Erin M. Hartshorn
   “And The” by Alyc Helms
   “A Great Destiny” by Eric James Stone
   “Ned Thrall” by Amalia Dillin
   “Trading the Days” by M.E. Castle
   “Fields of Ice” by Jay Caselberg
   “The Last Necromancer” by Thomas F. Jolly
   “Silver Sixpence” by Craig Pay
   “Everyone Loves a Hero” by Fran Wilde
   “Everyone Gets Scared Sometimes” by Ari B. Goelman
   “Meet Archive” by Mary E. Lowd
   “Safe Empathy” by Ken Liu
   “The Bicycle Rebellion” by Laura E. Goodin
   “Daddy’s Girl” by Leigh Kimmel
   “Venus at the Streetlight Lounge” by Cheryl Wood Ruggiero
   “Sand-Child” by Marie Croke
   “Looking for a Knight in Shining Armor” by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley
   “A Puddle of Dead” by Grayson Bray Morris
   “The Butcher’s First” by Seth DeHaan
   “Found in the Wreckage” by Marge Simon
   “The Girl in the Next Room is Crying Again” by Peter M. Ball
   “Schrödinger’s Outlaw” by Matthew W Baugh
   “Substitution” by Brooke Juliet Wonders
   “Autopsy” by Budge Burgess
   “A Time to Kill” by Melanie Rees
   “Character is What You Are” by Michael R. Fletcher
   “Inflection” by Tina Connolly
   “Lures, Hooks and Tails” by Adam Colston
   “A Stitch in Space-time” by Nicky Drayden
   “Not a Prince” by Kathryn Yelinek
   “The Black Spirits Which Rage in the Belly of Rogue Locomotives” by Rahul Kanakia
   “Butterfly Shaped Objects” by George Potter
   “Are You There? Are You Safe? Is the Flock Safe?” by D. Robert Hamm
   “Naughty or Nice?” by James S. Dorr
   “Crickets” by William Greeley
   “Don Sebastian’s Treasure” by Colin Harvey
   “Ten Seconds” by Scott W. Baker
   “Gifted and Talented” by Sadie Mattox
   “Lists” by Annie Bellet
   “Cold Cuts” by Don Norum
   “Chit Win” by Deborah Walker
   “Happy Birthday” by Sara Thustra
   “Still Life Through Water Droplets” by D. Thomas Minton
   “The Mind of Allah” by Stephen Gaskell
   “Saviors” by James Beamon
   “Calling Down the Moon” by Diana Sherman
   “Look Who Came to Dinner” by Susan Franceschina
   “Electric Company” by Melissa Mead
   “Things Exist by Imitation of Numbers” by Benjamin Rosenbaum
   “Into the Forest” by Dana Dupont
   “Sixty-one by Seventy” by K.G. Jewell
   “Do I Tell Her?” by Steven L Peck
   “Dumb as Dirt” by Garth Upshaw
   “All or Nothing” by Nancy Fulda
   “The Professor’s Boy” by Erik Goranson
   “The Stoker Memorandum” by Lavie Tidhar
   “Midnight at River’s Edge” by Ron Collins
   “Inconstant Nature” by Colum Paget
   “The Death and Rebirth of Anne Bonny” by Nancy Fulda
   “+1” by James Luke Worrad
   “Good Taste” by Derek Ivan Webster
   “Visiting Planet Earth” by Eric Brown
   “The Long Con” by Megan R. Engelhardt
   “Worlds Like a Hundred Thousand Pearls” by Aliette de Bodard
   “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Monkey” by Ruth Nestvold
   “Cloudburst” by Robert Reed
   “Biomass” by Alexander Stanmyer
   “Magic Enough” by Chuck Von Nordheim
   “Angry Child” by Benjamin Rosenbaum
   “The Steel Throne” by Eric James Stone
   “The Age of Three Stars” by Kenneth Schneyer
   “The Pencil of Truth” by Shamus Maxwell
   “Joey LeRath’s Rocketship” by Julian Mortimer Smith
   “Pulse” by Stephen Gaskell
   “In Her Arms of Dresden Pale” by Damien Walters Grintalis
   “Nanomite” by Patricia Duffy Novak
   “Digital Blues” by Greg Mellor
   “The Prisoners” by D.K. Latta
   “Nilly” by Benjamin Rosenbaum
   “Saurus” by John Van Pelt
   “Bus Ride to Mars” by Cat Rambo
   “Storytellers” by Jen Brubacher
   “The Procedure” by L.E. Elder
   “The Princess of the Perfume River” by Aliette de Bodard
   “Genie Electric” by Andrew Kaye
   “The Sacred Tree” by Mike Resnick
   “The Way” by Frank Dutkiewicz
   “Painted Haven” by Michael Banker
   “How Love Works” by Stephen Gaskell
   “Prophet” by Laura Lee McArdle
   “Insomnia” by A.G. Carpenter
   “The Take” by Alex Shvartsman
   “Mortal Coil” by Ian Nichols
   “The Heartless Light of Stars” by Aliette de Bodard
   “The Body Shop” by Devin Wallace
   “No Gift of Words” by Annie Bellet
   “Memories of My Mother” by Ken Liu
   “Guaranteed to Work” by Lee Hallison
   “Godshift” by Nancy Fulda
   “The Fabulous Hotel” by Sandra McDonald
   “Frog/Prince” by Melissa Mead
   “In the Unlikely Event” by Ferrett Steinmetz
   “A Different Rain” by Mari Ness
   “Underneath” by Amelia Beamer
   “Offering Solace” by Jamie Lackey
   “The White Raven’s Feather” by David D. Levine
   “What Jerry Knows” by Shane D. Rhinewald
   “This Rough Magic” by Christie Yant
   “After” by C.L. Holland
   “Back In My Day” by Stacey Danielle Lepper
   “Nameless” by Mari Ness
   “Older, Wiser, Time Traveler” by M. Bennardo
   “Rust” by Steven Saus
   “A Case of Curiosities” by Guy Anthony De Marco
   “A Hole in Time” by Amy Gaertner
   “A Slice of 3.141592653589793238462643” by Oliver Buckram
   “Objects in Space” by Alex Livingston
   “Infested” by Stephen V. Ramey
   “A Special Day” by Shannon Fay
   “Undone” by Greg Porter
   “Mad Cats and Englishmen” by Laura Anne Gilman
   “Ella and The Man” by K.S. Clay
   “You’ve Ruined This For Me” by Ewan C. Forbes
   “Dolly at the End of the World” by Amanda C. Davis
   “You Can’t Come Here Any More” by Luc Reid
   “The Bittersweet Here and After” by Maggie Clark
   “Diatra” by Kevin Pickett
   “Seven Losses of Na Re” by Rose Lemberg
   “Clem” by Cassandra Rose Clarke
   “An Old Acquaintance” by K.G. Jewell
   “Dancing in the Dark” by Stephanie Burgis
   “One Childhood of Many” by Andrew S. Fuller
   “The Rush of the Wind and the Roar of the Engines, and the Call of the Open Road” by Lavie Tidhar
   “The Tome of Tourmaline” by Ken Liu
   “Wrong World” by Steve J. Myers
   “Great White Ship” by Lou Antonelli
   “The Call” by Erin M. Hartshorn
   “Dragoman” by Helen Jackson
   “Monsters Big and Small” by Jakob Drud
   “Hoist With an Ark to the Stars” by David Glen Larson
   “The Vault” by Leslie Claire Walker
   “Fantasies” by Jasmine Fahmy
   “The Numbers” by Timothy Moore
   “Wishes” by Patricia Ash
   “Pocket” by Elizabeth Creith
   “Ballad of a Hot Air Balloon-Headed Girl” by Douglas F. Warrick
   “Endgame” by Thomas Canfield
   “Brief Interviews With Therianthropes” by Marissa Lingen and Alec Austin
   “The Girl She Truly Was” by Lauren K. Moody
   “Sapience and Maternal Instincts” by Krystal Claxton
   “The Time of Their Visitation” by Lisa Nohealani Morton
   “The Princess and the Monster” by Ryan Creel
   “An Open Letter in Defense of Our Alien Overlords” by Katherine Heath Shaeffer
   “Metal and Flesh” by Steven R. Stewart
   “Angel Plantation” by Tina Connolly
   “Fairy Tales” by Eliza Victoria
   “Double Exposure” by Lou Antonelli
   “Deathday” by Jonas David
   “British Colonial” by Amanda Clark
   “The Magician of Words” by Ruth Nestvold
   “The Pretty Woman Without Mercy” by Steven Mathes
   “Faerie Food” by Kat Otis
   “Ryan’s World” by Paul Ebbs
   “Dark Roads for the Eternal Ruler” by Eric James Stone
   “Peas, Plots, and Peril” by Melissa Mead
   “The Midnight Knock Again” by Patricia Russo
   “Taking Care of Ma” by Lee Hallison
   “The Watchmaker’s Gift” by Rich Matrunick
   “The Dream of the Night-Shift Power Worker” by Edoardo Albert
   “Sacred Artifacts” by Greg Leunig
   “Answer Man” by A.J. Barr
   “Man on the Moon Day” by Amy Sundberg
   “Suburban Pixies” by Story Boyle
   “Too Careful” by Seth DeHaan
   “X Marks the Spot” by Kat Otis
   “Love, the Mermaids, and You” by Holli Mintzer
   “Disputed Delivery” by Alter S. Reiss
   “The Most Complicated Avatar” by Mary E. Lowd
   “Seven Sins” by Melanie Rees
   “After the Earthquake” by Caroline M. Yoachim
   “The Suicide Witch” by Vylar Kaftan
   “The Cost” by Laura Anne Gilman
   “Broken Glass” by Jacquelyn Bartel
   “The Mechanical Heart of Him” by Cate Gardner
   “The Power of the Cocoon” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
   “Twenty Ways the Desert Could Kill You” by Sarah Pinsker
   “Henry, Caesar of the Air, His Life and Times, or, The Book of Qat” by Lavie Tidhar
   “Sweet as Peaches” by Shane D. Rhinewald
   “The Curious Case of Version 47.13” by Ekaterina Fawl
   “Dear Editor, Enclosed Please Find My Story About Your Unfortunate Demise” by Luc Reid
   “To Be Undone of Such Small Things” by Damien Walters Grintalis
   “Innocence, Rearranged” by Annie Bellet
   “The Hotel of the Suicides” by Mike Resnick and Sabina Theo
   “Blue and Blue” by Jennifer Linnaea
   “A Measure of You” by C. Richard Patton
   “Bone and Ash and Butterflies” by Julia Rios
   “We Planted The Sad Child, And Watched” by Rahul Kanakia
   “Contagion” by Bruce Holland Rogers
   “Reversals” by M. Bennardo
   “The Watchmaker’s Wife” by Lydia S. Gray
   “Surrounded by the Mutant Rain Forest” by Bruce Boston
   “The Colors” by John M. Shade
   “30 Pounds of Human Tissue” by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks
   “A Wizard At War” by A.M. Roelke
   “Bedtime Story” by Kevin Pickett
   “Watching Rockets” by John Philip Johnson
   “Cartographer’s Ink” by Beth Cato
   “Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing” by Paul G. Di Filippo
   “The Taste of Salt” by Rachel Halpern
   “Overheard at The Platonic Ideal Bar and Grill” by Aimee Vanessa Blume
   “The Mobius Garden” by James Bambury
   “My People, My People” by Stacey Danielle Lepper

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year – Volume Five – edited by Jonathan Strahan

"The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume Five" - edited by Jonathan Strahan.

“The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume Five” – edited by Jonathan Strahan.

Title: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year – Volume Five
Series: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year
Number in Series: 5 (five)
Author(s): Joe Abercrombie, Christopher Barzak, Holly Black, Sarah Rees Brennan, Damien Broderick, Pat Cadigan, Cory Doctorow, Neil Gaiman, Sara Genge, Theodora Goss, Elizabeth Hand, Kij Johnson, James Patrick Kelly, John Kessel, Ellen Kushner, Margo Lanagan, Geoffrey A. Landis, Sandra McDonald, Maureen F. McHugh, K.J. Parker, Diana Peterfreund, Hannu Rajaniemi, Robert Reed, Bruce Sterling, Rachel Swirsky, Lavie Tidhar, Ian Tregillis, Genevieve Valentine, Peter Watts
Editor(s): Jonathan Strahan
Cover Artist: Sparth
Language: English
Publisher: Night Shade Books
Published: March 2011
ISBN-10: 1597801720
ISBN-13: 9781597801720
   “Elegy for a Young Elk” by Hannu Rajaniemi
   “The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains” by Neil Gaiman
   “Seven Sexy Cowboy Robots” by Sandra McDonald
   “The Spy Who Never Grew Up” by Sarah Rees Brennan
   “The Aarne-Thompson Classification Revue” by Holly Black
   “Under the Moons of Venus” by Damien Broderick
   “The Fool Jobs” by Joe Abercrombie
   “Alone” by Robert Reed
   “Names for Water” by Kij Johnson
   “Fair Ladies” by Theodora Goss
   “Plus or Minus” by James Patrick Kelly
   “The Man with the Knives” by Ellen Kushner
   “The Jammie Dodgers and the Adventure of the Leicester Square Screening” by Cory Doctorow
   “The Maiden Flight of McCauley’s Bellerophon” by Elizabeth Hand
   “The Miracle Aquilina” by Margo Lanagan
   “The Taste of Night” by Pat Cadigan
   “The Exterminator’s Want-Ad” by Bruce Sterling
   “Map of Seventeen” by Christopher Barzak
   “The Naturalist” by Maureen McHugh
   “Sins of the Father” by Sara Genge
   “The Sultan of the Clouds” by Geoffrey A. Landis
   “Iteration” by John Kessel
   “The Care and Feeding of Your Baby Killer Unicorn” by Diana Peterfreund
   “The Night Train” by Lavie Tidhar
   “Still Life (A Sexagesimal Fairy Tale)” by Ian Tregillis
   “Amor Vincit Omnia” by K.J. Parker
   “The Things” by Peter Watts
   “The Zeppelin Conductors’ Society Annual Gentlemen’s Ball” by Genevieve Valentine
   “The Lady Who Plucked Red Flowers Beneath the Queen’s Window” by Rachel Swirsky

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year – Volume Three – edited by Jonathan Strahan

Title: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year – Volume Three
Series: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year
Number in Series: 3 (three)
Author(s): Joan Aiken, Paolo Bacigalupi, Stephen Baxter, Peter S. Beagle, Elizabeth Bear, Holly Black, Richard Bowes, Ted Chiang, Greg Egan, Kij Johnson, John Kessel, Stephen King, Ted Kosmatka, Margo Lanagan, Kelly Link, Paul J. McAuley, Meghan McCarron, Ian McDonald, Maureen F. McHugh, Garth Nix, Holly Phillips, Hannu Rajaniemi, Robert Reed, M. Rickert, Ken Scholes, Michael Swanwick, Rachel Swirsky, Jeff VanderMeer
Editor(s): Jonathan Strahan
Cover Artist: Fred Gambino
Language: English
Publisher: Night Shade Books
Published: May 2009
ISBN-10: 1597801496
ISBN-13: 9781597801492
   “Exhalation” by Ted Chiang
   “Shoggoths in Bloom” by Elizabeth Bear
   “Uncle Chaim and Aunt Rifke and the Angel” by Peter S. Beagle
   “Fixing Hanover” by Jeff VanderMeer
   “The Gambler” by Paolo Bacigalupi
   “The Dust Assassin” by Ian McDonald
   “Virgin” by Holly Black
   “Pride and Prometheus” by John Kessel
   “The Thought War” by Paul McAuley
   “Beyond the Sea Gates of the Scholar Pirates of Sarsköe” by Garth Nix
   “The Small Door” by Holly Phillips
   “Turing’s Apples” by Stephen Baxter
   “The New York Times at Special Bargain Rates” by Stephen King
   “Five Thrillers” by Robert Reed
   “The Magician’s House” by Meghan McCarron
   “Goblin Music” by Joan Aiken
   “Machine Maid” by Margo Lanagan
   “The Art of Alchemy” by Ted Kosmatka
   “26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss” by Kij Johnson
   “Marry the Sun” by Rachel Swirsky
   “Crystal Nights” by Greg Egan
   “His Master’s Voice” by Hannu Rajaniemi
   “Special Economics” by Maureen F. McHugh
   “Evidence of Love in a Case of Abandonment: One Daughter’s Personal Account” by M. Rickert
   “From Babel’s Fall’n Glory We Fled…” by Michael Swanwick
   “If Angels Fight” by Richard Bowes
   “The Doom of Love in Small Spaces” by Ken Scholes
   “Pretty Monsters” by Kelly Link

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year – Volume One – edited by Jonathan Strahan

Title: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year – Volume One
Series: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year
Number in Series: 1 (one)
Author(s): Paolo Bacigalupi, Peter S. Beagle, Paul Di Filippo, Cory Doctorow, Jeffrey Ford, Neil Gaiman, Elizabeth Hand, Frances Hardinge, Ellen Klages, Jay Lake, Margo Lanagan, Kelly Link, Ian McDonald, Tim Powers, Robert Reed, M. Rickert, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Christopher Rowe, Geoff Ryman, Walter Jon Williams, Connie Willis, Robert Charles Wilson, Gene Wolfe
Editor(s): Jonathan Strahan
Cover Artist: Stephan Martinière
Language: English
Publisher: Night Shade Books
Published: March 2007
ISBN-10: 1597800686
ISBN-13: 9781597800686
   “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” by Neil Gaiman
   “El Regalo” by Peter S. Beagle
   “I, Row-Boat” by Cory Doctorow
   “In the House of the Seven Librarians” by Ellen Klages
   “Another Word for Map is Faith” by Christopher Rowe
   “Under Hell, Over Heaven” by Margo Lanagan
   “Incarnation Day” by Walter Jon Williams
   “The Night Whiskey” by Jeffrey Ford
   “A Siege of Cranes” by Benjamin Rosenbaum
   “Halfway House” by Frances Hardinge
   “The Bible Repairman” by Tim Powers
   “Yellow Card Man” by Paolo Bacigalupi
   “Pol Pot’s Beautiful Daughter (Fantasy)” by Geoff Ryman
   “The American Dead” by Jay Lake
   “The Cartesian Theater” by Robert Charles Wilson
   “Journey into the Kingdom” by M. Rickert
   “Eight Episodes” by Robert Reed
   “The Wizards of Perfil” by Kelly Link
   “The Saffron Gatherers” by Elizabeth Hand
   “D. A.” by Connie Willis
   “Femaville 29” by Paul Di Filippo
   “Sob in the Silence” by Gene Wolfe
   “The House Beyond Your Sky” by Benjamin Rosenbaum
   “The Djinn’s Wife” by Ian McDonald

The Hard SF Renaissance – edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer

Title: The Hard SF Renaissance
Author(s): Poul Anderson, Stephen Baxter, Gregory Benford, Ben Bova, David Brin, Ted Chiang, Arthur C. Clarke, Hal Clement, Greg Egan, Michael Flynn, Joe Haldeman, James P. Hogan, James Patrick Kelly, Nancy Kress, Geoffrey A. Landis, David Langford, Paul Levinson, Paul McAuley, G. David Nordley, Frederik Pohl, Robert Reed, Alastair Reynolds, Kim Stanley Robinson, Robert J. Sawyer, Karl Schroeder, Charles Sheffield, Joan Slonczewski, Brian Stableford, Allen Steele, Bruce Sterling, Michael Swanwick, Vernor Vinge, Peter Watts, Sarah Zettel
Editor(s): Kathryn Cramer, David G. Hartwell
Cover Artist: Gregory Manchess
Language: English
Original Publisher: Tor Books
Originally Published: November 2002
Publisher: Orb Books
Published: October 2003
ISBN-10: 031287636X
ISBN-13: 9780312876364
   “Introduction: New People, New Places, New Politics” by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer
   “Gene Wars” by Paul McAuley
   “Wang’s Carpets” by Greg Egan
   “Genesis” by Poul Anderson
   “Arthur Sternbach Brings the Curveball to Mars” by Kim Stanley Robinson
   “On the Orion Line” by Stephen Baxter
   “Beggars in Spain” by Nancy Kress
   “Matter’s End” by Gregory Benford
   “The Hammer of God” by Arthur C. Clarke
   “Think Like a Dinosaur” by James Patrick Kelly
   “Mount Olympus” by Ben Bova
   “Marrow” by Robert Reed
   “Microbe” by Joan Slonczewski
   “The Lady Vanishes” by Charles Sheffield
   “Bicycle Repairman” by Bruce Sterling
   “An Ever-Reddening Glow” by David Brin
   “Sexual Dimorphism” by Kim Stanley Robinson
   “Into the Miranda Rift” by G. David Nordley
   “The Shoulders of Giants” by Robert J. Sawyer
   “A Walk in the Sun” by Geoffrey A. Landis
   “For White Hill” by Joe Haldeman
   “A Career in Sexual Chemistry” by Brian Stableford
   “Reef” by Paul McAuley
   “Exchange Rate” by Hal Clement
   “Reasons to Be Cheerful” by Greg Egan
   “Griffin’s Egg” by Michael Swanwick
   “Great Wall of Mars” by Alastair Reynolds
   “A Niche” by Peter Watts
   “Gossamer” by Stephen Baxter
   “Madam Butterfly” by James P. Hogan
   “Understand” by Ted Chiang
   “Halo” by Karl Schroeder
   “Different Kinds of Darkness” by David Langford
   “Fast Times at Fairmont High” by Vernor Vinge
   “Reality Check” by David Brin
   “The Mendelian Lamp Case” by Paul Levinson
   “Kinds of Strangers” by Sarah Zettel
   “The Good Rat” by Allen Steele
   “Built Upon the Sands of Time” by Michael Flynn
   “Taklamakan” by Bruce Sterling
   “Hatching the Phoenix” by Frederik Pohl
   “Immersion” by Gregory Benford

The Year’s Best Science Fiction – Fourteenth Annual Collection – edited by Gardner Dozois

Title: The Year’s Best Science Fiction – Fourteenth Annual Collection
Series: The Year’s Best Science Fiction
Number in Series: 14 (fourteen)
Author(s): William Barton, Stephen Baxter, Gregory Benford, James P. Blaylock, Damien Broderick, Michael Cassutt, Jim Cowan, Tony Daniel, Gregory Feeley, Gwyneth Jones, John Kessel, Nancy Kress, Jonathan Lethem, Ian McDonald, Maureen F. McHugh, Paul Park, Robert Reed, Mike Resnick, Charles Sheffield, Robert Silverberg, Bud Sparhawk, Bruce Sterling, Michael Swanwick, Steven Utley, Cherry Wilder, Walter Jon Williams, Gene Wolfe
Editor(s): Gardner Dozois
Cover Artist: Michael Carroll
Original Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Originally Published: June 1997
Publisher: Science Fiction Book Club
Published: August 1997
ISBN-10: 0312157029
ISBN-13: 9780312157029
Catalog Number: 17061 (SFBC)
   “Immersion” by Gregory Benford
   “The Dead” by Michael Swanwick
   “The Flowers of Aulit Prison” by Nancy Kress
   “A Dry, Quiet War” by Tony Daniel
   “Thirteen Phantasms” by James P. Blaylock
   “Primrose and Thorn” by Bud Sparhawk
   “The Miracle of Ivar Avenue” by John Kessel
   “The Last Homosexual” by Paul Park
   “Recording Angel” by Ian McDonald
   “Death Do Us Part” by Robert Silverberg
   “The Spade of Reason” by Jim Cowan
   “The Cost to Be Wise” by Maureen F. McHugh
   “Bicycle Repairman” by Bruce Sterling
   “The Weighing of Ayre” by Gregory Feeley
   “The Longer Voyage” by Michael Cassutt
   “The Land of Nod” by Mike Resnick
   “Red Sonja and Lessingham in Dreamland” by Gwyneth Jones
   “The Lady Vanishes” by Charles Sheffield
   “Chrysalis” by Robert Reed
   “The Wind Over the World” by Steven Utley
   “Changes” by William Barton
   “Counting Cats in Zanzibar” by Gene Wolfe
   “How We Got In Town and Out Again” by Jonathan Lethem
   “Dr. Tilmann’s Consultant: A Scientific Romance” by Cherry Wilder
   “Schrödinger’s Dog” by Damien Broderick
   “Foreign Devils” by Walter Jon Williams
   “In the MSOB” by Stephen Baxter
   “The Robot’s Twilight Companion” by Tony Daniel

The Year’s Best Science Fiction – Twelfth Annual Collection – edited by Gardner Dozois

"The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twelfth Annual Collection" edited by Gardner Dozois.

“The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Twelfth Annual Collection” edited by Gardner Dozois.

Title: The Year’s Best Science Fiction – Twelfth Annual Collection
Series: The Year’s Best Science Fiction
Number in Series: 12 (twelve)
Author(s): Stephen Baxter, Michael Bishop, Terry Bisson, Pat Cadigan, Greg Egan, Eliot Fintushel, Michael F. Flynn, Lisa Goldstein, Joe Haldeman, Katharine Kerr, Nancy Kress, Ursula K. Le Guin, Maureen F. McHugh, Robert Reed, Mike Resnick, Mary Rosenblum, Geoff Ryman, William Sanders, Brian Stableford, George Turner, Howard Waldrop, Walter Jon Williams
Editor(s): Gardner Dozois
Cover Artist: Bob Eggleton
Original Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Originally Published: July 1995
Publisher: Science Fiction Book Club
Published: September 1995
ISBN-10: 0312132220
ISBN-13: 9780312132224
Catalog Number: 07849 (SFBC)
   “Forgiveness Day” by Ursula K. Le Guin
   “The Remoras” by Robert Reed
   “Nekropolis” by Maureen F. McHugh
   “Margin of Error” by Nancy Kress
   “Cilia-of-Gold” by Stephen Baxter
   “Going After Old Man Alabama” by William Sanders
   “Melodies of the Heart” by Michael F. Flynn
   “The Hole in the Hole” by Terry Bisson
   “Paris in June” by Pat Cadigan
   “Flowering Mandrake” by George Turner
   “None So Blind” by Joe Haldeman
   “Cocoon” by Greg Egan
   “Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge” by Mike Resnick
   “Dead Space for the Unexpected” by Geoff Ryman
   “Cri de Coeur” by Michael Bishop
   “The Sawing Boys” by Howard Waldrop
   “The Matter of Seggri” by Ursula K. Le Guin
   “Ylem” by Eliot Fintushel
   “Asylum” by Katharine Kerr
   “Red Elvis” by Walter Jon Williams
   “California Dreamer” by Mary Rosenblum
   “Split Light” by Lisa Goldstein
   “Les Fleurs Du Mal” by Brian Stableford