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From our on-line world to outer area, from the darkish Continent to the rate of sunshine, the handfuls of reports during this magnificent assortment symbolize the year's best choices in innovative fiction.
Rounding out the quantity are a protracted record of Honorable Mentions and Gardner Dozois's entire survey of the yr in technology fiction.
In all, the tales assembled the following will take you so far as expertise, mind's eye, and desire can move. Climb aboard.


Immersion via Gregory Benford
The Dead by means of Michael Swanwick
The plant life of Aulit Prison by means of Nancy Kress
A Dry, Quiet War through Tony Daniel
Thirteen Phantasms through James P. Blaylock
Primrose and Thorn via Bud Sparhawk
The Miracle of Ivar Avenue by way of John Kessel
The final Homosexual by means of Paul Park
Recording Angel through Ian Mcdonald
Death Do Us Part through Robert Silverberg
The Spade of Reason by means of Jim Cowan
The expense to Be Wise by means of Maureen F. McHugh
Bicycle Repairman via Bruce Sterling
The Weighing of Ayre by means of Gregory Feeley
The Longer Voyage via Michael Cassutt
The Land of Nod by means of Mike Resnick
Red Sonja and Lessingham in Dreamland by way of Gwyneth Jones
The woman Vanishes by means of Charles Sheffield
Chrysalis by way of Robert Reed
The Wind Over the World by means of Steven Utley
Changes through William Barton
Counting Cats in Zanzibar by means of Gene Wolfe
How We acquired on the town and out Again via Jonathan Lethem
Dr. Tilmann’s advisor: a systematic Romance by means of Cherry Wilder
Schrödinger’s Dog by way of Damien Broderick
Foreign Devils by means of Walter Jon Williams
In the MSOB via Stephen Baxter
The Robot’s Twilight Companion via Tony Daniel

Originally released 1997 by way of St. Martin's Griffin.

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