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For the Catherynne M. Valente work, see Palimpsest (novel).
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Palimpsest is a 2009 science fiction novella by Charles Stross, exploring the conjunction of time travel and deep time. Originally published in Stross's 2009 collection Wireless, it won the 2010 Hugo Award for best novella.
- 2010 Hugo Award Winners at TheHugoAwards.org, published September 5 2010, retrieved May 29 2011
- Charles Stross --PALIMPSEST update, at Subterranean Press, posted May 11 2011, retrieved May 28 2011
- "Last time I did this, I Lied", at Stross's official blog; "If you could re-write one sci-fi (or fantasy) classic, which one would you choose, and why?" "for what it's worth, I've already done it a couple of times, deliberately or accidentally. (I didn't re-read "The End of Eternity" before writing Palimpsest, for example)"; posted April 12, 2011; retrieved May 29 2011
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