Um… Wow

Federations ToC:

  • Mazer in Prison | Orson Scott Card (reprint)
  • Carthago Delenda Est | Genevieve Valentine
  • Life-Suspension | L. E. Modesitt, Jr.
  • Terra-Exulta | S. L. Gilbow
  • Aftermaths | Lois McMaster Bujold (reprint)
  • Someone is Stealing the Great Throne Rooms of the Galaxy | Harry Turtledove (reprint)
  • Prisons | Kevin J. Anderson and Doug Beason (reprint)
  • Different Day | K. Tempest Bradford
  • Twilight of the Gods | John C. Wright
  • Warship | George R. R. Martin and George Guthridge (reprint)
  • Swanwatch | Yoon Ha Lee
  • Spirey and the Queen | Alastair Reynolds
  • Pardon Our Conquest | Alan Dean Foster
  • Symbiont | Robert Silverberg (reprint)
  • The Ship Who Returned | Anne McCaffrey (reprint)
  • My She | Mary Rosenblum
  • The Shoulders of Giants | Robert J. Sawyer (reprint)
  • The Culture Archivist | Jeremiah Tolbert
  • The Other Side of Jordan | Allen Steele
  • Like They Always Been Free | Georgina Li
  • Eskhara | Trent Hergenrader
  • The One with the Interstellar Group Consciousnesses | James Alan Gardner
  • Golubash or, Wine-War-Blood-Elegy | Catherynne M. Valente

Not only do I get to share a book once more with the fabulous Cat Valente, but this is the first time my bud Genevieve and I get to be in an anthology together.  Also: BUJOLD and SILVERBERG omg.

I may faint.

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16 thoughts on “Um… Wow

  1. Congratulations!! That’s awesome news. And I’ll definitely be on the lookout for that anthology — it looks terrific.

  2. Many congrats! (Although I’m a little sad that the Bujold piece is a reprint, but not surprised because I just saw her on tour last week, and she said she has a hard time writing shorts on demand.)

  3. Great lineup! Another book that I don’t have time to read, but will nevertheless find its way to my shelves.

  4. The Reynolds story is a reprint too (published in 1996 in the marvellous Interzone). Not that re-reading a Reynolds story is a problem. :)

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