Science Fiction: The Best of 2002
SCIENCE FICTION: THE BEST OF 2002 Robert Silverberg and Karen Haber, Editors A collection of the best science fiction prose written in 2002, by some of the genre's greatest writers, and selected by two of science fiction's most respected editors. Continuing ibooks' series of popularly-priced, rack-sized "Best of the Year" books edited and designed to appeal to science fiction fans whose budgets may be taxed by more expensive "Best of the Year" collections. • Editor Robert Silverberg is a five-time winner of the Nebula Award, and a four-time winner of the Hugo Award. • Karen Haber is the bestselling co-author of Science of the X-Men, and is a contributing writer to The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. She was also the editor of the essay collection Meditations on Middle Earth, recently nominated for the prestigious Hugo Award.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - KevlarRelic - LibraryThing
It's not Gardners "Year's Best...", but the stories are entertaining and an insight into what Gardener Dozois passed over to make his excellent collection. Recommended. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bililoquy - LibraryThing
A poorly edited (typographical and spelling errors abound) collection full of excellent stories by excellent writers. "Tourists" by M. John Harrison and "Three Days in a Border Town" by Jeff VanderMeer justify the purchase. Read full review