The Very Best of the Best

Editor Gardner Dozois has announced the Table of Contents for THE VERY BEST OF THE BEST: 30 YEARS OF THE YEAR’S BEST SCIENCE FICTION, to be published in Dec. 2018 or thereabouts. It includes my story, “The Memcordist”, which I am, I have to admit, very fond of.

Table of Contents:

  • Preface
  • The Potter of Bones, by Eleanor Arnason
  • Rogue Farm, by Charles Stross
  • The Little Goddess, by Ian McDonald
  • Dead Men Walking, by Paul McAuley
  • Tin Marsh, by Michael Swanwick
  • Good Mountain, by Robert Reed
  • Where the Golden Apples Grow, by Kage Baker
  • The Sledge-Maker’s Daughter, by Alastair Reynolds
  • Glory, by Greg Egan
  • Finisterra, by David Moles
  • The Illustrated Biography of Lord Grimm, by Daryl Gregory
  • Utrinsque Cosmi, by Robert Charles Wilson
  • Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance, by John Kessel
  • Useless Things, by Maureen McHugh
  • Mongoose, by Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette
  • Hair, by Adam Roberts
  • The Things, by Peter Watts
  • The Emperor of Mars, by Allen M. Steele
  • Flower, Mercy, Needle, Chain, by Yoon Ha Lee
  • Martian Heart, by John Barnes
  • The Invasion of Venus, by Stephen Baxter
  • Weep For Day, by Indrapramit Das
  • The Girl-Thing Who Went Out For Sushi, Pat Cadigan
  • The Memcordist, by Lavie Tidhar
  • The Best We Can, by Carrie Vaughn
  • The Discovered Country, by Ian R. MacLeod
  • Pathways, by Nancy Kress
  • The Hand Is Quicker…, by Elizabeth Bear
  • Someday, by James Patrick Kelly
  • The Long Haul, From the Annals of Transportation, The Pacific Monthly, May, 2009, by Ken Liu
  • Three Cups of Grief, By Starlight, by Aliette De Bodard
  • Calved, by Sam J. Miller
  • Emergence, by Gwyneth Jones
  • Rates of Change, by James S.A. Corey
  • Jonas and the Fox, by Rich Larson
  • KIT: Some Assembly Required, by Kathe Koja and Carter Scholz
  • Winter Timeshare, by Ray Nayler
  • My English Name, by R.S. Benedict
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