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“This series remains an excellent resource.”—Publishers Weekly
Praise for Gardner Dozois and The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Twenty-seventh Annual Collection:
“This smorgasbord of thought-provoking fiction ensures that any reader will likely find something appealing.” —Publishers Weekly
“Gardner Dozois’s long-running ‘best of’ series is rightly a favorite...Mr. Dozois picks fiction that deserves to be better known to a wide audience.” —The Wall Street Journal
Fifteen-time Winner of the Locus Award for Year's Best Anthology
GARDNER DOZOIS has been working in the science fiction field for more than thirty years. For twenty years he was the editor of Asimov's Science Fiction, during which time he received the Hugo Award for Best Editor fifteen times.
So far I have loved all of these anthologies, and frequently seek out several authors' works because I liked their short stories.Published 25 days ago by Cheryl L. Haass
In line with the others. Good collection of this year's scifi. Not quite as good as 25th annual collection, but still gets 5 stars.Published 3 months ago by Canadian Karl
Steven Popkey's JACKIE'S BOY and Hannu Rajaniemi's ELEGY FOR A YOUNG ELK are worth the book by themselves.Published 9 months ago by driftless
I buy my sister one of these books for her birthday and christmas (also just because) and it's always nice to see her enthralled with these books for a solid week until she burns... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Britany Marriott
I was very disappointed by this collection and reading it was an ordeal. This is, for my taste, the WORST Gardner Dozois collection amongst those I read (third to twenty eighth). Read morePublished 14 months ago by Maciej
His best collection in years. I was fascinated by the Robert Reed story at the end. This proves Dozois can still pick them.Published 21 months ago by Kathleen McDonald