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									Year's Best SF 14
Year's Best SF

Author: David G. Hartwell
Author: Kathryn Cramer
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Unique visions and astonishments—new stories by:Tobias S. Buckell and Karl SchroederCory
DoctorowNeil GaimanKathleen Ann GoonanAlastair ReynoldsMichael SwanwickLast year's best short-
form SF—selected by acclaimed, award-winning editors and anthologists David G. Hartwell and Kathryn
Cramer—offers stunning new extrapolations on what awaits humankind beyond the next dawn. The art of
the story is explored boldly and provocatively in this powerful new collection of Year's Best speculative
fiction.
Author Bio
David G. Hartwell
David G. Hartwell is a senior editor at Tor/Forge Books. He is the author of Age of Wonders and the editor
of many anthologies, including The Dark Descent, The World Treasury of Science Fiction, and a number
of Christmas anthologies. He has won the Eaton Award, the World Fantasy Award, and the Science
Fiction Chronicle Poll, has been nominated for the Hugo Award thirty-one times to date, and has won the
Hugo Award for Best Editor.Kathryn Cramer, writer and anthologist, won a World Fantasy Award for best
anthology for The Architecture of Fear, co-edited with Peter Pautz. She is on the editorial board of The
New York Review of Science Fiction and has been nominated for the Hugo Award twelve times.


Kathryn Cramer
David G. Hartwell is a senior editor at Tor/Forge Books. He is the author of Age of Wonders and the editor
of many anthologies, including The Dark Descent, The World Treasury of Science Fiction, and a number
of Christmas anthologies. He has won the Eaton Award, the World Fantasy Award, and the Science
Fiction Chronicle Poll, has been nominated for the Hugo Award thirty-one times to date, and has won the
Hugo Award for Best Editor.Kathryn Cramer, writer and anthologist, won a World Fantasy Award for best
anthology for The Architecture of Fear, co-edited with Peter Pautz. She is on the editorial board of The
New York Review of Science Fiction and has been nominated for the Hugo Award twelve times.

								
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