Published: San Francisco : London : Night Shade Books ; Diamond [distributor], c2009 Edition: 1st ed Description: 511 p. ; 23 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9781597801492 (pbk.), 1597801496 (pbk.), Language: English
Exhalation / Shoggoths in bloom / Uncle Chaim and Aunt Rifke and the angel / Fixing Hanover / The gambler / The dust assassin / Virgin / Pride and Prometheus / The thought war / Beyond the sea gates of the Scholar Pirates of Sarsköe / The small door / Turing's apples / The New York Times at special bargain rates / Five thrillers / The magician's house / Goblin music / Machine maid / The art of alchemy / 26 Monkeys, also The abyss / Marry the sun / Crystal nights / His master's voice / Special economics / Evidence of love in a case of abandonment / From Babel's fall'n glory we fled / If angels fight / The doom of love in small spaces / Pretty monsters / Introduction /
Jonathan Strahan -- Ted Chiang -- Elizabeth Bear -- Peter S. Beagle -- Jeff VanderMeer -- Paolo Bacigalupi -- Ian McDonald -- Holly Black -- John Kessel -- Paul McAuley -- Garth Nix -- Holly Phillips -- Stephen Baxter -- Stephen King -- Robert Reed -- Meghan McCarron -- Joan Aiken -- Margo Lanagan -- Ted Kosmatka -- Kij Johnson -- Rachel Swirsky -- Greg Egan -- Hannu Rajaniemi -- Maureen F. McHugh -- M. Rickert -- Michael Swanwich -- Richard Bowes -- Ken Scholes -- Kelly Link
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