Published: San Francisco, Calif. : Night Shade Books, c2011 Edition: 1st ed Description: 536 p. ; 23 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9781597801720, 1597801720, 9781597801720, Language: English
Introduction / Elegy for a young elk / The truth is a cave in the Black Mountain / Seven sexy cowboy robots / The spy who never grew up / The Aarne-Thompson Classification Revue / Under the moons of Venus / The fool jobs / Alone / Names for water / Fair ladies / Plus or minus / The man with the knives / The Jammie Dodgers and the adventure of the Leicester Square screening / The maiden flight of McCauley's Bellerophon / The miracle Aquilina / The taste of night / The exterminator's want-ad / The naturalist / Sins of the father / The sultan of the clouds / Iteration / The care and feeding of your baby killer unicorn / The night train / Still life (a sexagesimal fairy tale) / Amor vincit omnia / The things / The Zeppelin Conductors' Society annual gentlemen's ball / The lady who plucked red flowers beneath the queen's window /
Jonathan Strahan -- Hannu Rajaniemi -- Neil Gaiman -- Sandra McDonald -- Sarah Rees Brennan -- Holly Black -- Damien Broderick -- Joe Abercrombie -- Robert Reed -- Kij Johnson -- Theodora Goss -- James Patrick Kelly -- Ellen Kushner -- Cory Doctorow -- Elizabeth Hand -- Margo Lanagan -- Pat Cadigan -- Bruce Sterling --Map of seventeen / Christopher Barzak -- Maureen McHugh -- Sara Genge -- Geoffrey A. Landis -- John Kessel -- Diana Peterfreund -- Lavie Tidhar -- Ian Tregillis -- K.J. Parker -- Peter Watts -- Genevieve Valentine -- Rachel Swirsky
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