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The thirty tales during this assortment imaginatively take us some distance around the universe, into the very center of our beings, to the area of the gods, and the instant simply after now.  incorporated listed here are the works of masters of the shape and of shiny new abilities, together with: Paolo Bacigalupi, Stephen Baxter, Elizabeth endure, Aliete de Bodard, James L. Cambias, Greg Egan, Charles Coleman Finlay, James Alan Gardner, Dominic eco-friendly, Daryl Gregory, Gwyneth Jones, Ted Kosmatka, Mary Robinette Kowal, Nancy Kress, Jay Lake, Paul McAuley, Ian McDonald, Maureen McHugh, Sarah Monette, Garth Nix, Hannu Rajaniemi, Robert Reed, Alastair Reynolds, Mary Rosenblum, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Geoff Ryman, Karl Schroeder, Gord Sellar, and Michael Swanwick.

Supplementing the tales are the editor’s insightful summation of the year’s occasions and a long record of honorable mentions, making this e-book either a beneficial source and the only top position within the universe to discover tales that stir the mind's eye, and the heart.

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