Sunday, January 13, 2008

TOC: The Year's Best Science Fiction #25

Thanks to the SF Signals' blog:

Gardner Dozois has posted the table of contents for The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Fifth Annual Collection:

  1. "Finisterra" by David Moles
  2. "Lighting Out" by Ken Macleod
  3. "The Ocean Is A Snowflake Four Billion Miles Away" by John Barnes
  4. "Saving Tiamaat" by Gweyneth Jones
  5. "Of Late I Dreamt Of Venus" by James Van Pelt
  6. "Verthandi's Ring" by Ian Mcdonald
  7. "Sea Change" by Una Mccormack
  8. "The Sky Is Large and the Earth Is Small" by Chris Roberson
  9. "Glory" by Greg Egan
  10. "Against The Current" by Robert Silverberg
  11. "Alien Archeology" by Neal Asher
  12. "The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate" by Ted Chiang
  13. "Beyond The Wall" by Justin Stanchfield
  14. "Kiosk" by Bruce Sterling
  15. "Last Contact" by Stephen Baxter
  16. "The Sledge-Maker's Daughter" by Alastair Reynolds
  17. "Sanjeev and Robotwallah" by Ian Mcdonald
  18. "The Skysailor's Tale" by Michael Swanwick
  19. "Of Love and Other Monsters" by Vandana Singh
  20. "Steve Fever" by Greg Egan
  21. "Hellfire at Twilight" by Kage Baker
  22. "The Immortals of Atlantis" by Brian Stableford
  23. "Nothing Personal" by Pat Cadigan
  24. "Tideline" by Elizabeth Bear
  25. "The Accord" by Keith Brooke
  26. "Laws of Survival" by Nancy Kress
  27. "The Mists of Time" by Tom Purdom
  28. "Craters" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  29. "The Prophet of Flores" by Ted Kosmatka
  30. "Stray" by Benjamin Rosenbaum & David Ackert
  31. "Roxie" by Robert Reed
  32. "Dark Heaven" by Gregory Benford


Jim Van Pelt said...

I noticed you linked to a couple of the stories. "Of Late I Dreamt of Venus" has picked up some Nebula recommendations, so the publisher has made it available on line at


Beam Me Up said...

No problem. Lucky for me there was a wealth of info on the SF Signal's post. I made sure they were all active and passed it along. Beam Me Up's blog is not about being the first or the best, I just try and pass on as much interesting material in the blog and ultimately the podcast as I can and passing on whatever resources I have found. There is so much information and quality science fiction on the web, I just hope I can get people as excited as I am about the field.
Thanks for the good words.