Tag: BASFF 2015
“An exemplary list of the year’s best short fiction […] The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2015 ultimately brings together an impressive collection of authors exploring a wide range of characters, ideas, and worlds. If you’re a fan of John Joseph Adams and his tendency to lean towards unique, character driven stories, then you’ll certainly enjoy The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2015.” —SF Signal, on BASFF 2015
“Adams and Hill have run through the collective summer forest of our community, coaxed twenty bright, beautiful, and ethereal fireflies into a jar, and given them to the world to enjoy in this collection. […] A powerful collection that is worth your time, attention, and love.” —Tor.com on BASFF 2015 [review]
On February 1, I finalized my selections for Best American Science Fiction & Fantasy 2015 and passed them along to guest editor Joe Hill. Now Joe will read the 80 stories I selected (40 SF / 40 fantasy), and choose the best 10 of each genre that will go into the anthology. The rest of the stories will be listed in the back of the book as “distinguished stories” published in 2014 (like honorable mentions).
Meanwhile, I’m pleased to be able to reveal the cover and announce that the book is now available for pre-order.