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The Year's Best Science Fiction : Twenty-ninth Annual Collection (2012, original release: 2012)

Call Number SF/YEAR'S

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Science FictionSF/YEAR'SAvailable
Published: New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Griffin, [2012] ©2012
Description:  658 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781250003553 (pbk.), 1250003555 (pbk.), 9781250003546 (hardcover), 1250003547 (hardcover), 9781250003546,
Language:  English

Permissions -- Acknowledgments -- Summation: 2011 -- Choice / A soldier of the city / Beancounter's cat / Dolly / Martian heart / Earth hour / Laika's ghost / Dala horse / Way it works out and all / Ice owl / Copenhage interpretation / Invasion of Venus / Digging / Ascension day / After the apocalypse / Silently and very fast / A long way home / Incredible exploding man / What we found / A response from EST17 / Cold step beyond / A militant peace / Ants of Flanders / Vicar of Mars / Smell of orange groves / Iron shirts / Cody / For I have lain me down on the stone of loneliness and I'll not be back again / Ghostweight / Digital rities / Boneless one / Dying young / Canterbury hollow / Vorkuta event / Man who bridged the mist / Honorable mentions: 2011

Paul McAuley -- David Moles -- Damien Broderick -- Elizabeth Bear -- John Barnes -- Ken MacLeod -- Karl Schroeder -- Michael Swanwick -- Peter S. Beagle -- Carolyn Ives Gilman -- Paul Cornell -- Stephen Baxter -- Ian McDonald -- Alastair Reynolds -- Maureen F. McHugh -- Catherynne M. Valente -- Jay Lake -- Dave Hutchinson -- Geoff Ryman -- Tom Purdom -- Ian R. MacLeod -- David Klecha and Tobias S. Buckell -- Robert Reed -- Gwyneth Jones -- Lavie Tidhar -- Michael F. Flynn -- Pat Cadigan -- Michael Swanwick -- Yoon Ha Lee -- Jim Hawkins -- Alec Nevala-Lee -- Peter M. Ball -- Chris Lawson -- Ken MacLeod -- Kij Johnson --

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Additional Credits:
Dozois, Gardner R.

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