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Wilde Stories 2017: The Year's Best Gay Speculative Fiction

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Wilde Stories 2017: The Year's Best Gay Speculative Fiction

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Author: Steve Berman
Publisher: Lethe Press, 2017
Series: The Year's Best Gay Speculative Fiction: Book 10
Book Type: Anthology
Genre: Science-Fiction / Fantasy
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A man named Turing visits a museum to see its rarest automata; during the Plague Years, three artists seeking to express a voice for their friends lost to AIDS unwittingly create life; a far-future restaurant offers patrons questionable cuisine; an immortal assassin may be one step closer to a paranoid king, despite his unspeakable precautions; the very existence of a mysterious and ancient golden android challenges a clergyman's faith...

Wilde Stories showcases the previous year's best offerings in gay short fantasy, science-fiction, and horror. This edition includes award-winning and critically acclaimed authors Sam J. Miller, A. Merc Rustad, A.C. Wise, Martin Pousson, and more.

The stories in this, the latest volume in this annual series, challenges the definition of life and infamy, existence and reputation, were chosen by Steve Berman, the premier editor of queer speculative fiction for more than a decade.

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