Dec 10 2010 11:26am

Early Year’s Best news

It’s the time of year when news of the contents of various annual Year’s Best short-fiction collection begins to emerge. So far, we’ve heard word of three stories appearing in three different annuals:

The Fermi Paradox Is Our Business Model by Charlie Jane AndersCharlie Jane Anders’ “The Fermi Paradox Is Our Business Modelwill appear in The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2011 (Prime), edited by Rich Horton.


The Starship Mechanic by Jay Lake and Ken ScholesJay Lake & Ken Scholes’ “The Starship Mechanicwill appear in The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Volume 28 (St. Martin’s Press), edited by Gardner Dozois.


The Man With The Knives by Ellen KushnerAnd “The Man with the Knives,” by Ellen Kushner, originally published as a stand-alone chapbook and reprinted on on December 1, will appear in The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Volume Five (Night Shade Books), edited by Jonathan Strahan.


Congratulations to all the authors involved!

Patrick Nielsen Hayden is a senior editor at Tor Books and, with Liz Gorinsky, one of the two fiction editors of Read more about him on the About Us page.


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