In print and on-line, science fiction and fantasy is thriving as never before. A multitude of astonishingly creative and gifted writers are boldly exploring the mythic past, the paranormal present, and the promises and perils of myriad alternate worlds and futures. There are almost too many new and intriguing stories published every year for any reader to be able to experience them all. So how to make sure you haven't missed any future classics? Award-winning editor and anthologist Jonathan Strahan has surveyed the expanding universes of modern sf and fantasy to find the brightest stars in today's dazzling literary firmament. From the latest masterworks by the acknowledged titans of the field to fresh visions from exciting new talents, this outstanding collection is a comprehensive showcase for the current state of the art in both science fiction and fantasy. Anyone who wants to know where the future of imaginative short fiction is going, and treat themselves to dozens of unforgettable stories, will find this year's edition of Best Science Fiction and Fantasy to be just what they're looking for!
|Publisher:||Night Shade Books|
|Series:||Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Series , #7|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||990 KB|
About the Author
Jonathan Strahan has edited more than twenty anthologies and collections, including The Locus Awards (with Charles N. Brown), The New Space Opera (with Gardner Dozois), and The Starry Rift. He has won the Ditmar, William J. Atheling Jr., and Peter McNamara awards for his work as an anthologist and reviewer, and was nominated for a Hugo Award for his editorial work. Strahan is currently the reviews editor for Locus.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 7 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: (Not to be confused with, "The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy" -- which is hardly comparable) . • Highly Original • Captivating Prose, Beautifully Written • Thought Provoking • Genuine, Clever • Mysterious • And All Around Enjoyable. . I absolutely love this anthology. That's coming from---not just a very, VERY particular reader, but---someone who typically does not enjoy short fiction. This series is great for avid fans of the genre(s), and those looking to it for the first time. . Oh and these editions are published on really high-quality paper, as well. . Strahan puts together all the best, most engaging, fascinating, and [literally] awesome award winning pieces from each year. What you see is exactly* what you get. I've been collecting these for years, and will continue to do so unless or until there are no more to be had (which is something I both doubt and dread in equal parts). . 'Not sure how relevant this is as well, but, I feel I should also note that it doesn't matter which volume you might decide to pick up first. They're just episodic, stand alone short stories; so you wouldn't be missing out on anything by reading them non-sequentially. That being said, Volumes No. 7 & 3 have been my favorite thus far. . Alright well I'll quit slobbering allover the place. Bottom line: go ahead and grab one of these collections and get lost in the realms of wonder and intrigue for a while -- you won't regret it.