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The Year's Best Science Fiction : Thirty-fourth Annual Collection (2017)

Call Number SF/YEAR'S

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Science FictionSF/YEAR'SAvailable
Published: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, [2017]
Edition:  First edition
Description:  xxxix, 660 pages ; 25 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781250119230, 1250119235, 9781250119247, 1250119243, 9781250119230,
Language:  English

Includes list of honorable mentions

Presents some of the best science fiction short stories written in 2016

Terminal / Touring with the alien / Patience lake / Jonas and the fox / Prodigal / Kit: some assembly required / Vortex / Elves of Antarctica / The baby eaters / A salvaging of ghosts / Those shadows laugh / Redking / Things with beards / Fieldwork / The further adventures of Mr. Costello / Innumerable glimmering lights / Fifty shades of grays / Sixteen questions for Kamala Chatterjee / Cold comfort / The art of space travel / Flight from the ages / My generations shall praise / Mars abides / The visitor from Taured / When the stone eagle flies /

The vanishing kind / One sister, two sisters, three / Dispatches from the cradle: the hermit - forty-eight hours in the sea of Massachusetts / Checkerboard planet / They have all one breath / Mika model / That game we played during the war / Because change was the ocean and we lived by her mercy / The one who isn't / Those brighter stars / A tower for the coming world / Firstborn, lastborn / Women's Christmas / The iron tactician /

Lavie Tidhar -- Carolyn Ives Gilman -- Matthew Claxton -- Rich Larson -- Gord Sellar -- Kathe Koja & Carter Scholz -- Gregory Benford -- Paul McAuley -- Ian McHugh -- Aliette de Bodard -- Geoff Ryman -- Craig DeLancey -- Sam J. Miller -- Shariann Lewitt -- David Gerrold -- Rich Larson -- Steven Barnes -- Alastair Reynolds -- Pat Murphy & Paul Doherty -- Nina Allan -- Derek Kusken -- Samantha Henderson -- Stephen Baxter -- Ian R. MacLeod -- Bill Johnson

Lavie Tidhar -- James Patrick Kelly -- Ken Liu -- Eleanor Arnason -- Karl Bunker -- Paolo Bacigalupi -- Carrie Vaughn -- Charlie Jane Anders -- Ted Kosmatka -- Mercurio D. Rivera -- Maggie Clark -- Melissa Scott -- Ian McDonald -- Alastair Reynolds

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Additional Credits:
Dozois, Gardner R., editor

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