The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirty-Third Annual Collection

I can hardly believe it’s that time of year again already; The thirty-third annual collection of The Year’s best Science fiction is slated to be released this July. You can pre-order your copy at Amazon. (That’s not even an affiliate link)

I buy this anthology every year and I’ve been doing so for over twenty years. It’s consistently been one of my favorite collections of short stories and novellas. Among the contributing authors, both rising and accomplished, included in this year’s collection are the works of: Anne Leckie, James S.A. Corey 1, Nancy Kress, and many more.

As usual, this anthology is edited by Gardner Dozois and published by St Martins Griffin.

1. James S. A. Corey is the pen name used by collaborators Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, who’s works include the Expanse series.

"I'm not a scientist … but I play one on the Internet." Formerly a graphic designer whose "pen & ink sensibilities" have become obsolete in a pixel based profession. A child of early 1970's science fiction — a life long fan of all the rockets, robots, and rayguns who inspire our dreams of life in an uncertain future.