The Year's Best Science Fiction: Sixth Annual Collection

The Year s Best Science Fiction Sixth Annual Collection Contents ix Introduction Summation essay by Gardner Dozois Surfacing novella by Walter Jon Williams Home Front Home Front shortstory by James Patrick Kelly The Man Who Loved the Va

  • Title: The Year's Best Science Fiction: Sixth Annual Collection
  • Author: Gardner Dozois Walter Jon Williams James Lawson James Patrick Kelly Michael Swanwick John Kessel Stephen Kraus Pat Cadigan
  • ISBN: 9780312030087
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Contents ix Introduction Summation 1988 essay by Gardner Dozois1 Surfacing 1988 novella by Walter Jon Williams51 Home Front Home Front 1988 shortstory by James Patrick Kelly62 The Man Who Loved the Vampire Lady 1988 novelette by Brian Stableford81 Peaches for Mad Molly 1988 novelette by Steven Gould101 The Last Article 1988 Contents ix Introduction Summation 1988 essay by Gardner Dozois1 Surfacing 1988 novella by Walter Jon Williams51 Home Front Home Front 1988 shortstory by James Patrick Kelly62 The Man Who Loved the Vampire Lady 1988 novelette by Brian Stableford81 Peaches for Mad Molly 1988 novelette by Steven Gould101 The Last Article 1988 novelette by Harry Turtledove128 Stable Strategies for Middle Management 1988 shortstory by Eileen Gunn140 In Memoriam 1988 shortstory by Nancy Kress147 Kirinyaga Kirinyaga 2 1988 novelette by Mike Resnick164 The Girl Who Loved Animals 1988 shortstory by Bruce McAllister181 The Last of the Winnebagos 1988 novella by Connie Willis223 Love in Vain 1988 novelette by Lewis Shiner241 The Hob The Ragged World 1988 novelette by Judith Moffett273 Our Neural Chernobyl 1988 shortstory by Bruce Sterling280 House of Bones 1988 shortstory by Robert Silverberg298 Schr dinger s Kitten Budayeen 1988 novelette by George Alec Effinger319 Do Ya, Do Ya, Wanna Dance 1988 novelette by Howard Waldrop345 The Growth of the House of Usher 1988 novelette by Brian Stableford364 Glacier 1988 novelette by Kim Stanley Robinson383 Sanctuary Montezuma Strip 1988 novelette by Alan Dean Foster as by James Lawson 423 The Dragon Line 1988 shortstory by Michael Swanwick438 Mrs Shummel Exits a Winner 1988 shortstory by John Kessel449 Emissary 1988 novelette by Stephen Kraus468 It Was the Heat 1988 shortstory by Pat Cadigan482 Skin Deep 1988 shortstory by Kristine Kathryn Rusch496 Dying in Hull 1988 shortstory by David Alexander Smith as by D Alexander Smith 509 Distances 1988 novelette by Kathe Koja526 Famous Monsters 1988 shortstory by Kim Newman535 The Scalehunter s Beautiful Daughter Griaule 1988 novella by Lucius Shepard591 Honorable Mentions 1988 essay by Gardner Dozois

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  • Gardner Dozois Walter Jon Williams James Lawson James Patrick Kelly Michael Swanwick John Kessel Stephen Kraus Pat Cadigan

    Gardner Raymond Dozois born July 23, 1947 is an American science fiction author and editor He was editor of Asimov s Science Fiction magazine from 1984 to 2004 He has won multiple Hugo and Nebula awards, both as an editor and a writer of short fiction entry Gardner Dozoisuscmillan author gardne

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  • every single one of these collections is essential reading for true fans of science fiction short stories each lengthy volume has a stellar array of all mini-genres and areas of powerfully influential science fiction: hard science, speculative, steampunk, alien invasions, apocalyptic/post-apocalyptic, space opera, fantasy, aliens, monsters, horror-ish, space travel, time travel, eco-science, evolutionary, pre-historic, parallel universes, extraterrestrials in each successive volume in the series [...]


  • Could be subtitled: Animals in the future, since so many of the selections deal with animals real and fabulous. Skip Dozios' self-indulgent intro (unless you are really into sci fi history) and just get right to the stories. You can also skip the list of notable stories at the end (although it's worth noting that George R. R. Martin received a one-line mention.) The best stories are also the most disturbing, such as "The Last of the Winnebegos." Read only about 50 pages a day so as not to overdo [...]


  • I was very excited to find this edition in an affordable price range. As the years go by, prior year edition become ever pricier, so it is great to find one to add to my collection.As always, this collection reflects some of the best stories from the year in question (1988). By this time, I've read several of these in other anthologies or in the stash of sci-fi mags my friend gave me a few years ago, but these stories warrant a second read. Peaches for Mad Molly is always interesting, and The Ho [...]


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