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The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2018 by N.K. Jemisin, John Joseph Adams

Today’s readers of science fiction and fantasy have an appetite for stories that address a wide variety of voices, perspectives, and styles. There is an openness to experiment and pushing boundaries, combined with the classic desire to read about space ships and dragons, future technology and ancient magic, and the places where they intersect. Contemporary science fiction and fantasy looks to accomplish the same goal as ever—to illuminate what it means to be human. With a diverse selection of stories chosen by series editor John Joseph Adams and guest editor N. K. Jemisin, The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2018 explores the ever-expanding and changing world of SFF today, with Jemisin bringing her lyrical, endlessly curious point of view to the series’ latest edition.

Charles Payseur: Rivers Run Free
Kate Alice Marshall: Destroy The City With Me Tonight
Kathleen Kayembe: You Will Always Have Family: A Triptych
Lettie Prell: Justice Systems In Quantum Parallel Probabilities
Cadwell Turnbull: Loneliness Is In Your Blood
Samuel R. Delany: The Hermit Of Houston
Jaymee Goh: The Last Cheng Beng Gift
A. Merc Rustad: Brightened Star, Ascending Dawn
Carmen Maria Machado: The Resident
Rachael K. Jones: The Greatest One-Star Restaurant In The Whole Quadrant
Gwendolyn Clare: Tasting Notes On The Varietals Of The Southern Coast
Charlie Jane Anders: Don’T Press Charges And I Won’T Sue
Micah Dean Hicks: Church Of Birds
Peter Watts: Zeros
Caroline M. Yoachim: Carnival Nine
E. Lily Yu: The Wretched And The Beautiful
Maria Dahvana Headley: The Orange Tree
Maureen Mchugh: Cannibal Acts
Maria Dahvana Headley: Black Powder
Tobias S. Buckell: Zen And The Art Of Starship Maintenance

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