Year's Best SF 12

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Year's Best SF 12
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Author Edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer
Country United States
Language English
Series Year's Best SF
Genre Science fiction anthology
Publisher Eos
Publication date
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 496 pp
ISBN 0-06-125208-5
OCLC 124945433
Preceded by Year's Best SF 11
Followed by Year's Best SF 13

Year's Best SF 12 (ISBN 0-06-125208-5) is a science fiction anthology edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer that was published in 2007. It is the twelfth in the Year's Best SF series.


The book itself, as well as each of the stories, has a short introduction by the editors.

  • Nancy Kress: "Nano Comes to Clifford Falls" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Terry Bisson: "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" (Originally in Golden Age SF: Tales of a Bygone Future, 2006)
  • Cory Doctorow: "When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth" (Originally in Flurb, 2006)
  • Heather Lindsley: "Just Do It!" (Originally in F&SF, 2006)
  • Gardner R. Dozois: "Counterfactual" (Originally in F&SF, 2006)
  • Edd Vick: "Moon Does Run" (Originally in Electric Velocipede, 2006)
  • Mary Rosenblum: "Home Movies" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Rudy Rucker: "Chu and the Nants" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Ian Creasey: "Silence in Florence" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Kameron Hurley: "The Women of Our Occupation" (Originally in Strange Horizons, 2006)
  • Claude Lalumière: "This Is the Ice Age" (Originally in Mythspring, 2006)
  • Eileen Gunn: "Speak, Geek" (Originally in Nature, 2006)
  • Joe Haldeman: "Expedition, with Recipes" (Originally in Elemental, 2006)
  • Liz Williams: "The Age of Ice" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Michael Flynn: "Dawn, and Sunset, and the Colours of the Earth" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Gregory Benford: "Applied Mathematical Theology" (Originally in Nature, 2006)
  • Carol Emshwiller: "Quill" (Originally in Firebirds Rising, 2006)
  • Alastair Reynolds: "Tiger, Burning" (Originally in Forbidden Planets, 2006)
  • Paul J. McAuley: "Dead Men Walking" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Daryl Gregory: "Damascus" (Originally in F&SF, 2006)
  • Michael Swanwick: "Tin Marsh" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Ian R. MacLeod: "Taking Good Care of Myself" (Originally in Nature, 2006)
  • Stephen Baxter: "The Lowland Expedition" (Originally in Analog, 2006)
  • Wil McCarthy: "Heisenberg Elementary" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Robert Reed: "Rwanda" (Originally in Asimov's, 2006)
  • Charlie Rosenkrantz: "Preemption" (Originally in Analog, 2006)

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