Jonathan Strahan, anthologist extraordinaire and one of the finest minds working in genre publishing today, has revealed the line up for his next Solaris Anthology, The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy of the Year Volume Ten.
And it is… well, it’s magnificent. Check out this list of luminaries:
- “City of Ash”, Paolo Bacigalupi
- “The Heart’s Filthy Lesson”, Elizabeth Bear
- “The Machine Starts”, Greg Bear
- “The Winter Wraith”, Jeffrey Ford
- “Black Dog”, Neil Gaiman
- “Jamaica Ginger”, Nalo Hopkinson & Nisi Shawl
- “Drones”, Simon Ings
- “Emergence”, Gwyneth Jones
- “Dancy vs. the Pterosaur”, Caitlin R. Kiernan
- “Another Word for World”, Ann Leckie
- “The Game of Smash and Recovery”, Kelly Link
- “The Pauper Prince and the Eucalyptus Jinn”, Usman T. Mailk
- “Botanica Veneris: Thirteen Papercuts by Ida Countess Rathangan”, Ian McDonald
- “Little Sisters”, Vonda McIntyre
- “Calved”, Sam J. Miller
- “Ghosts of Home”, Sam J. Miller
- “The Deepwater Bride”, Tamsyn Muir
- “The Empress in Her Glory”, Robert Reed
- “A Murmuration”, Alastair Reynolds
- “Oral Argument”, Kim Stanley Robinson
- “Water of Versailles”, Kelly Robson
- “Capitalism in the 22nd Century”, Geoff Ryman
- “The Karen Joy Fowler Book Club”, Nike Sulway
- “The Lily and the Horn”, Catherynne Valente
- “Blood, Ash, Braids”, Genevieve Valentine
- “Kaiju maximus®: ‘So Various, So Beautiful, So New’”, Kai Ashante Wilson
- “Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers”, Alyssa Wong
The cover art, inspired by an Ian McDonald story, is by Domenic Harman, and it obviously rocks to the very foundations of the earth.
Pre-order The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy of the Year Volume Ten now!
December 4th, and Claus the Magnificent graces the mince pie mines with his presence – a state visit is required to improve productivity at this crucial time of year.
“Dig,” he booms, his voice echoing down the cinnamon-scented shafts. “Dig, for Christmas is but twenty one days away, and there are pies to be filled. Ho, ho, ho.”
Yes, that’s right, another day in December means another window of the Rebellion Advent Calendar opens. Today, we’ve got a prize up for grabs that is worthy of Claus himself: two copies of The Iron Ship, KM McKinley’s truly epic new fantasy novel.
To enter this competition, simply head over to our Twitter page and give us a little retweet, or go and like the competition post on Facebook. Good luck, and may Claus the Magnificent look upon you kindly.
Rejoice, people of the British Isles! Emily Gee’s The Blood Curse, the fantastic final instalment in her fan-favourite Cursed Kingdoms trilogy, lands on shelves in the UK today.
The long-awaited conclusion will blow the socks off Emily Gee fans. And if you’re not a fan, well, you should be! In fact, maybe you should pick up all three books and be converted – go on, be a devil. You deserve it.
The Blood Curse is out now!
Are you sick of all your favourite epic fantasies being turned into TV shows? Tired of seeing your favourite characters given the chop at the slightest provocation? Has the time come to find yourself a new fantasy series?
Well we’re here for you, fantasy fans. For this week only, we’ve knocked 25% off the price of all our epic fantasy titles, including works from the likes of Emily Gee, Paul Kearney, Juliet E McKenna and Rowena Corey Daniells.
And while we can’t promise you that there won’t be death, magic, destruction and chaos, we can promise that people won’t be posting spoilers all over social media before you can get to the good bits.
Head over to our eBook store and browse the incredible array of talent on show, and discover a whole new world. We’ve got over fifty titles on sale from some of the very best writers in the genre.
After all, there’s more to fantasy than seven kingdoms…