Best SFF Volume 9: the full line-up revealed

We are DELIGHTED to be able to reveal the full line up for award-winning editor Jonathan Strahan’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Volume 9

The iconic series, which came for the first time both to Solaris and the UK (resulting in almost instant sell-out!) last year, returns again for 2015 in May with a bold and diverse line-up.

Find out which stories we’re most excited about and share yours on twitter toady with #BestofSFF9.

Order: UK | US

Introduction, Jonathan Strahan

Slipping, Lauren Beukes

Moriabe’s Children, Paolo Bacigalupi

The Vaporization Enthalpy of a Peculiar Pakistani Family, Usman T. Mailk

The Lady and the Fox, Kelly Link

Ten Rules for Being an Intergalactic Smuggler (The Successful Kind), Holly Black

The Long Haul from the Annals of Transportation, The Pacific Monthly, May 2009, Ken Liu

Tough Times All Over, Joe Abercrombie

The Insects of Love, Genevieve Valentine

Cold Wind, Nicola Griffith

Interstate Love Song (Murder Ballad No.8), Caitlin R Kiernan

Shadow Flock, Greg Egan

I Met a Man Who Wasn’t There, K. J. Parker

Grand Jeté (The Great Leap), Rachel Swirsky

Mothers, Lock Up Your Daughters Because They are Terrifying, Alice Sola Kim

Shay Corsham Worsted, Garth Nix

Kheldyu, Karl Schroeder

Calligo Lane, Ellen Klages

The Devil in America, Kai Ashante Wilson

Tawny Petticoats, Michael Swanwick

The Fifth Dragon, Ian McDonald

The Truth About Owls, Amal El-Mohtar

Four Days of Christmas, Tim Maughan

Covenant, Elizabeth Bear

Cimmeria: From the Journal of Imaginary Anthropology, Theodora Goss

Collateral, Peter Watts

The Scrivener, Eleanor Arnason

Someday, James Patrick Kelly

Amicae Aeternum, Ellen Klages