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The Year’s Best SF and Fantasy, 2010 Recommended Reading, Part 1

This month, Fantasy Magazine will continue to present all the recommended reading listed in The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2010 Edition, edited by Rich Horton, forthcoming in June from Prime Books, posting a section each Friday. Here’s part 1:

Daniel Abraham, “The Best Monkey” (The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction Volume III)
Daniel Abraham, “Balfour and Meriwether in the Adventure of the Emperor’s Vengeance” (Postscripts #19)
Chris Adrian, “A Tiny Feast” (The New Yorker, April 20)
Forrest Aguirre, “The Non-Epistemological Universe of Emmaeus Holt” (Farrago’s Wainscot, July)
Tim Akers, “A Soul Stitched to Iron” (The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction Volume III)
Camille Alexa, “Shades of White and Red” (Fantasy, April)
Peter M. Ball, Horn (Horn)
John Barnes, “Things Undone” (Jim Baen’s Universe, December)
Stephen Baxter, “Formidable Caress” (Analog, December)
Stephen Baxter, “Earth II” (Asimov’s, July)
Peter S. Beagle, “By Moonlight” (We Never Talk About My Brother)
Elizabeth Bear and Emma Bull “Lucky Day” (Shadow Unit)
Paul M. Berger, “Home Again” (Interzone, April)
Ilsa J. Bick, “Second Sight” (Crime Spells)
Damien Broderick, “This Wind Blowing, and This Tide” (Asimov’s, April-May)
Damien Broderick, “Uncle Bones” (Asimov’s, January)
Emma Bull, Elizabeth Bear, and Leah Bobet, “Cuckoo” (Shadow Unit)
Emma Bull, “Getaway” (Shadow Unit)
Pat Cadigan, “Truth and Bone” (Poe)
Adam-Troy Castro, “Gunfight on Farside” (Analog, April)
Fred Chappell, “Shadow of the Valley” (F&SF, February)
Catherine Cheek, “Voice Like a Cello” (Fantasy, May)
J. Kathleen Cheney, “Early Winter, near Jenli Village” (Fantasy, April)
C. S. E. Cooney, “Three Fancies from the Infernal Garden” (Subterranean, Winter)
Paul Cornell, “One of our Bastards is Missing” (The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction Volume III)

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