Year’s Best SF 29

Gardner Dozois has posted the table of contents for his latest Year’s Best SF anthology. I’m delighted to say he has picked my story The Smell of Orange Groves, from Clarkesworld Magazine, for inclusion.

The full table of content:

THE CHOICE, Paul McAuley
SILENTLY AND VERY FAST, Catherynne M. Valente
THE MAN WHO BRIDGED THE MIST, Kij Johnson
THE ANTS OF FLANDERS, Robert Reed
A SOLDIER OF THE CITY, David Moles
THE INVASION OF VENUS, Stephen Alan Baxter
LAIKA’S GHOST, Karl Schroeder
THE BEANCOUNTER’S CAT, Damien Broderick
THE VICAR OF MARS, Gwyneth Jones
DOLLY, Elizabeth Bear
MARTIAN HEART, John Barnes
ASCENSION DAY, Alastair Reynolds
THE SMELL OF ORANGE GROVES, Lavie Tidhar
AFTER THE APOCALYPSE, Maureen McHugh
A LONG WAY HOME, Jay Lake
WHAT WE FOUND, Geoff Ryman
THE INCREDIBLE EXPLODING MAN, Dave Hutchinson
THE COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION, Paul Cornell
THE WAY IT WORKS OUT AND ALL, Peter S. Beagle
THE DALA HORSE, Michael Swanwick
EARTH HOUR, Ken MacLeod
THE ICE OWL, Carolyn Ives Gilman
DIGITAL RITES, Jim Hawkins
CODY, Pat Cadigan
GHOSTWEIGHT, Yoon Ha Lee
A RESPONSE FROM EST17, Tom Purdom
DIGGING, Ian McDonald
A MILITANT PEACE, David Klecha & Tobias S. Bucknell
FOR I HAVE LAID ME DOWN ON THE STONE OF LONELINESS AND I’LL NOT BE BACK AGAIN, Michael Swanwick
THE IRON SHIRTS, Michael Flynn
THE BONELESS ONE, Alec Nevala-Lee
CANTERBURY HOLLOW, Chris Lawson
THE COLD STEP BEYOND, Ian R. Macleod
THE VORKUTA EVENT, Ken MacLeod
DYING YOUNG, Peter M. Ball

2 thoughts on “Year’s Best SF 29

  1. A nice mix of old and new–not always a big fan of Dozois’ picks (he does like to play favorites) but at least this year’s roster shows the diversity of talent out there, an encouraging future for the genre.

    Congrats on your inclusion–hope this bodes well for your career.

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