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By Ellen Datlow

As in each year considering 1988, the editors tirelessly scoured tale collections, magazines, and anthologies around the world to assemble a pleasant, diversified banquet of stories and poems.
On this anniversary, the editors have elevated the dimensions of  the assortment to 300,000 phrases of fiction and poetry, together with works through Billy Collins, Ted Chiang, Karen pleasure Fowler, Elizabeth Hand, Glen Hirshberg, Joyce Carol Oates, and new global fable Award winner M. Rickert. With impeccably researched summations of the sphere by way of the editors, Honorable Mentions, and articles through Edward Bryant, Charles de Lint and Jeff VanderMeer on media, song and photo novels, this can be a heady brew crowned off through an remarkable checklist of assets of very good works either gentle and dark.

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