The Year’s Best Science Fiction #29 — Anthology

The Choice — Paul McAuley
A Soldier of the City — David Moles
The Beancounter’s Cat — Damien Broderick
Dolly — Elizabeth Bear
Martian Heart — John Barnes
Earth Hour — Ken MacLeod
Laika’s Ghost — Karl Schroeder
The Dala Horse — Michael Swanwick
The Way it Works Out and All — Peter S. Beagle
The Ice Owl — Carolyn Ives Gilman
The Copenhagen Interpretation — Paul Cornell
The Invasion of Venus — Stephen Baxter
Digging — Ian McDonald
Ascension Day — Alastair Reynolds
After the Apocalypse — Maureen F. McHugh
Silently and Very Fast — Catherynne M. Valente
A Long Way Home — Jay Lake
The Incredible Exploding Man — Dave Hutchinson
What We Found — Geoff Ryman
A Response From EST17 — Tom Purdom
The Cold Step Beyond — Ian R. MacLeod
A Militant peace — David Klecha and Tobias S. Buckell
The Ants of Flanders — Robert Reed
The Vicar of Mars — Gwyneth Jones
The Smell of Orange Groves — Lavie Tidhar
The Iron Shirts — Michael F. Flynn
Cody — Pat Cadigan
For I Have Lain Me Down on the Stone of Loneliness and I’ll Not Be Back Again — Michael Swanwick
Ghostweight — Yoon Ha Lee
Digital Rites — Jim Hawkins
The Boneless One — Alec Nevala-Lee
Dying Young — Peter M. Ball
Canterbury Hollow — Chris Lawson
The Vorkuta Event — Ken MacLeod
The Man Who Bridged the Mist — Kij Johnson

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