Year's Best SF 17 (Year's Best SF Series)

The Year’s most sensible SF 17 is a show off of the easiest brief shape technology fiction of 2011, chosen by means of international fable Award winners David Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, of the main revered editors within the box of speculative fiction.  just like the prior 16 volumes of the sequence that has been referred to as “the most interesting sleek technology fiction writing,” The Year’s top SF 17 features tales from many of the brightest lighting fixtures in sf—including Gregory Benford (Beyond Human), Nancy Kress (Beggars in Spain), James Morrow (The Philosopher’s Apprentice), Michael Swanwick (The Dragons of Babel) and Neil Gaiman (American Gods) —as good as electrifying brief tales from intriguing newcomers.

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