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The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Eighth Annual Collection by

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  • Child Works

    The Starship Mechanic by Ken Scholes


    And Ministers of Grace
    by Tad Williams


    The Spontaneous Knotting of an Agitated String
    by Lavie Tidhar


    Amaryllis
    by Carrie Vaughn


    The Things
    by Peter Watts


    My Father's Singularity
    by Brenda Cooper


    Under the Moons of Venus
    by Damien Broderick


    Elegy for a Young Elk
    by Hannu Rajaniemi


    Mammoths of the Great Plains
    by Eleanor Arnason


    Chicken Little
    by Cory Doctorow
    The Sultan of the Clouds by Geoffrey A. Landis
    Seven Cities of Gold by David Moles


    Jackie's Boy
    by Steven Popkes


    A History of Terraforming
    by Robert Reed


    Dead Man's Run
    by Robert Reed


    The Taste of Night
    by Pat Cadigan


    The Night Train
    by Lavie Tidhar


    Chimbwi
    by Jim Hawkins


    Blind Cat Dance
    by Alexander Jablokov


    Seven Years from Home
    by Naomi Novik


    Sleepover
    by Alastair Reynolds


    Sleeping Dogs
    by Joe Haldeman


    In-Fall
    by Ted Kosmatka


    Flower, Mercy, Needle, Chain
    by Yoon Ha Lee


    Libertarian Russia
    by Michael Swanwick


    The Emperor of Mars
    by Allen Steele


    Recrossing the Styx
    by Ian R. MacLeod


    Flying in the Face of God
    by Nina Allan


    The Peacock Cloak
    by Chris Beckett


    Again and Again and Again
    by Rachel Swirsky


    Return to Titan
    by Stephen Baxter


    The Shipmaker
    by Aliette de Bodard


    The Books
    by Kage Baker


    Dead Man's Run
    by Robert Reed

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