Sarah P’s Year’s Best 2011

Joanne Anderton ‘From the Dry Heart to the Sea’ After the Rain
Jerry Oltion ‘Taboo’ Analog
Adam-Troy Castro ‘Hiding Place’ Analog
Elizabeth Bear ‘Dolly’ Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine
Damon Kaswell ‘The Stonecutter’ Electric Velocipede
L.L. Hannett ‘Unlocking the God‘ Electric Velocipede
William Knight ‘An Abiding Memory of Scarecrows’ Electric Velocipede
Brian Trent ‘Checkmate’ Electric Velocipede
Karl Schroeder ‘Laika’s Ghost’ Engineering Infinity
Stephen Baxter ‘The Invasion of Venus’ Engineering Infinity
Hannu Rajaniemi ‘The Server and the Dragon’ Engineering Infinity
Gwyneth Jones ‘The Ki-anna’ Engineering Infinity
John Barnes ‘The Birds and the Bees and the Gasoline Trees’ Engineering Infinity
Ken Liu ‘The Paper Menagerie Fantasy & Science Fiction’
Ken Liu ‘Altogether Elsewhere Fantasy & Science Fiction
Mark Rigney ‘Magpie’ Realms of Fantasy
Cat Valente ‘Silently and Very Fast’ Silently and Very Fast

My favourite of the year is Ken Liu’s ‘The Paper Menagerie’. I hope very one else enjoyed last year as much as we did! Now, onwards into 2012.

About Sarah Lee Parker

Sarah P is a unique creature who writes a little or writes a lot, and loves riding the tech wave. She loves her iPad a little too much, and is currently addicted to Twitter.
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1 Response to Sarah P’s Year’s Best 2011

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