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The Year's Best Science Fiction : Thirty-fifth Annual Collection (2018, original release: 2018)

Call Number SF/YEAR'S

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Published: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 2018 ©2018
Edition:  First edition
Description:  xxxvi, 679 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781250164629, 1250164621, 9781250164636, 125016463X, 9781250164629,
Language:  English

Includes list of honorable mentions

Presents some of the best science fiction short stories written in 2017

The moon is not a battlefield / My English name / An evening with Severyn Grimes / Vanguard 2.0 / Starlight express / The Martian obelisk / We who live in the heart / Winter timeshare / Dear Sarah / Night passage / The dragon that flew out of the sun / Waiting out the end of the world at Patty's Place Cafe / The hunger after you're fed / Assassins / The Martian job / The road to the sea / Uncanny valley / The wordless / Pan-humanism: hope and pragmatics / Zigeuner / The proving ground / Zen and the art of starship maintenance / The influence machine / Canoe / The history of the invasion told in five dogs / Prime medidian / Triceratops / Mines / There used to be olive trees / Whending my way back home / Death on Mars / Elephant on table / Number thirty-nine skink / A series of steaks / The last boat-builder in Ballyvoloon / The residue of fire / Sidewalk / Nexus / Summation: 2017 -- Honorable mentions: 2017

Indrapramit Das -- R. S. Benedict -- Rich Larson -- Carter Scholz -- Michael Swanwick -- Linda Nagata -- Kelly Robson -- Ray Nayler -- Nancy Kress -- Alastair Reynolds -- Aliette de Bodard -- Naomi Kritzer -- James S. A. Corey -- Jack Skillingstead and Burt Courtier -- Jaine Fenn -- Lavie Tidhar -- Greg Egan -- Indrapramit Das -- Jessica Barber and Sara Saab -- Harry Turtledove -- Alec Nevala-Lee -- Tobias S. Buckell -- Sean McMullen -- Nancy Kress -- Kelly Jennings -- Silvia Moreno-Garcia -- Ian McHugh -- Eleanor Arnason -- Rich Larson -- Bill Johnson -- Madeline Ashby -- Bruce Sterling -- Suzanne Palmer -- Vina Jie-Min Prasad -- Finbarr O'Reilly -- Robert Reed -- Maureen F. McHugh -- Michael F. Flynn --

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Additional Credits:
Dozois, Gardner R., editor

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