Archive | Anthologies

The ‘anthology’ category on Best SF brings together all the reviews of books which are collections of new short stories, or collections of previously published short stories that aren’t Year’s Best, Nebula or Hugo collections.

Alastair Reynolds. Galactic North. Gollancz 2006

Alastair Reynolds. Galactic North. Gollancz 2006

If you're not familiar with the novels, then get a hold of this collection to judge whether you should invest ...
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Forbidden Planets, edited by Peter Crowther, DAW Books 2006

Forbidden Planets, edited by Peter Crowther, DAW Books 2006

Overall, the quality of the stories is high, and a fine collection showcasing primarily British authors, although perhaps just a ...
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One Million A.D., ed Gardner Dozois, SFBC 2005

One Million A.D., ed Gardner Dozois, SFBC 2005

not as much boggle for my buck as I had hoped, but still a lot of boggle in there! ...
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Stephen Baxter. Traces. Voyager, 1998.

Stephen Baxter. Traces. Voyager, 1998.

A couple of years ago I reviewed Baxter's 'Phase Space', which collected stories set around his 'Manifold' novel sequence, and ...
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Imago - The Fantasy Art of Jim Burns

Imago – The Fantasy Art of Jim Burns

'They're Breasts Jim, But Not As We Know Them' - being a review of 'Imago - The Fantasy Art of ...
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