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The Year's Best Science Fiction: Eleventh Annual Collection

ISBN 10: 0312111053 / ISBN 13: 9780312111052
Published by St Martins Press, 1994
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Signed by Author 0312111053 Light corner crease, edges upturned some. No spine creases. This copy is signed by three of the contributors (Mike Resnick, Pat Cadigan and Walter Jon Williams) on the pages where their stories appear. Bookseller Inventory # 028708

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Title: The Year's Best Science Fiction: Eleventh ...

Publisher: St Martins Press

Publication Date: 1994

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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The eleventh annual collection of the most distinguished science fiction writing of the past year includes stories by leading writers, such as Robert Silverberg, Nancy Cress, and Terry Bisson, and features a summary of the year in science fiction.

From Kirkus Reviews:

As the number of entries dwindles (28 last time, 24 this), the average length increases; here, take out the two novellas previously published as independent hardcovers (Michael Swanwick's Griffin's Egg and Frederik Pohl's Outnumbering the Dead) and the short-story version of Arthur C. Clarke's latest novel, The Hammer of Gold (p. 492), and 1992's Best SF begins to look decidedly hyperbolic. Still, veteran Kate Wilhelm's sharp, affecting tale of a lonely man helping a mutant child evade capture by predatory government agents is a standout. Again, Connie Willis not only writes a story about menstruation but succeeds in making it funny. Similarly amusing is Terry Bisson's foray into art and time travel. On the other side of the coin, Ian R. MacLeod weighs in with a creepy, unpleasantly fascinating future coming-of-age yarn; Joe Haldeman encounters some horrible Vietnam corpses; Nancy Kress portrays a grim future US with genetic screening and without medical insurance. And Tom Maddox writes tellingly of how real science is done or, rather, distorted by scientists. Also on the agenda, with less variety than usual: alternate worlds, time travel, computer personalities, art history and ecology, a spiritual crisis, labor camps, future grunge, artificial intelligence, literary figures, celebrities, names, and technology. Finally, a disappointing entry in a hitherto superlative series. -- Copyright ©1993, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved.

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