Almost three dozen stories, gleaned from sources far and wide, to keep you quiet for a long time!
Wow, I’ve read all of Horton’s 2012 volume in 2012, a big improvement over previous years.
A handsome book, and Horton has cast his net very far and very wide, he certainly can’t be faulted for being conservative in the range of sources from which he chooses.
Tags: Alex Jeffers, Alice Sola Kim, Ann Leckie, Beth Bernobich, Charlie Anders, Christopher Golden, Daryl Gregory, Delia Sherman, Elizabeth Bear, Erik Admundsen, Eugene Mirabelli, Garth Nix, Holly Phillips, Ian McDonald, James Alan Gardner, James Maxey, James. L. Cambias, Jay Lake, Jeff VanderMeer, Jeffrey Ford, Karen Heuler, Kij Johnson, Liz Williams, Margo Lanagan, Mary Robinette Kowel, Meghan McCarron, Naomi Novik, Paul Cornell, Peter S. Beagle, Peter Watts, Richard Bowes, Rivka Galchen, Sarah Monette, Ted Kosmatka, Will McIntosh2
A late arrival on my doorstep, and it’s taken much longer to finish the review than I had hoped. Note to self : faster dude, faster!
Tags: Alexander Jablokov, Bruce Sterling, Charles Coleman Finlay, Ekaterina Sedia, Geoffrey Landis, Greg Egan, Holly Phillips, Jack Skillingstead, John Barnes, Karen Joy Fowler, Ken MacLeod, Mary Robinette Kowal, Michael Swanwick, Nancy Kress, Paul Di Filippo, Robert Reed, Tim Pratt, Will McIntosh0
As has been the case with others in his take on the year’s best SF there is less I agree with than is the case with the other year’s best volumes.
Tags: Adam Roberts, Ann Leckie, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Carolyn Ives Gilman, Christopher Rowe, Ian Watson, Jack Skillingstead, Robert Charles Wilson, Robert Reed, Ruth Nestvold, Walter Jon Williams, William Shunn0
A collection more in tune with my preferences than last year’s, with the exclusion of Analog stories being the primary cause of that.