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Year’s Best Science Fiction, Vol. 25

Gardner Dozois has posted the contents of his forthcoming Year’s Best Science Fiction volume, the 25th annual, which reprints the best of 2007:

  • FINISTERRA, David Moles
  • LIGHTING OUT, Ken MacLeod
  • THE OCEAN IS A SNOWFLAKE, FOUR BILLION MILES AWAY, John Barnes
  • SAVING TIAMAAT, Gweyneth Jones
  • OF LATE I DREAMT OF VENUS, James Van Pelt
  • VERTHANDI’S RING, Ian McDonald
  • SEA CHANGE, Una McCormack
  • THE SKY IS LARGE AND THE EARTH IS SMALL, Chris Roberson
  • GLORY, Greg Egan
  • AGAINST THE CURRENT, Robert Silverberg
  • ALIEN ARCHEOLOGY, Neal Asher
  • THE MERCHANT AND THE ALCHEMIST’S GATE, Ted Chiang
  • BEYOND THE WALL, Justin Stanchfield
  • KIOSK, Bruce Sterling
  • LAST CONTACT, Stephen Baxter
  • THE SLEDGE-MAKER’S DAUGHTER, Alastair Reynolds
  • SANJEEV AND ROBOTWALLAH, Ian McDonald
  • THE SKYSAILOR’S TALE, Michael Swanwick
  • OF LOVE AND OTHER MONSTERS, Vandana Singh
  • STEVE FEVER, Greg Egan
  • HELLFIRE AT TWILIGHT, Kage Baker
  • THE IMMORTALS OF ATLANTIS, Brian Stableford
  • NOTHING PERSONAL, Pat Cadigan
  • TIDELINE, Elizabeth Bear
  • THE ACCORD, Keith Brooke
  • LAWS OF SURVIVAL, Nancy Kress
  • THE MISTS OF TIME, Tom Purdom
  • CRATERS, Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  • THE PROPHET OF FLORES, Ted Kosmatka
  • STRAY, Benjamin Rosenbaum & David Ackert
  • ROXIE, Robert Reed
  • DARK HEAVEN, Gregory Benford
     

I’ve bolded the titles that appeared first in F&SF.