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Year's Best Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction and Fantasy: Volume I

Year's Best Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction and Fantasy: Book 1

Marie Hodgkinson

For the first time ever, the best short SFF from Aotearoa New Zealand is collected together in a single volume. This inaugural edition of the Year's Best Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction & Fantasy brings together the very best short speculative fiction published by Kiwi authors in 2018.

Explore worlds of hope and wonder, and worlds where hope and wonder are luxuries we wasted long ago; histories given new life, and futures you might prefer to avoid.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction - essay by Marie Hodgkinson
  • We Feed the Bears of Fire and Ice (2018) - short story by Octavia Cade
  • Trees (2018) - short fiction by Toni Wi
  • The Garden (2018) - short fiction by Isabelle McNeur
  • Logistics (2018) - short story by A. J. Fitzwater
  • The Billows of Sarto (2018) - short story by Sean Monaghan
  • A Most Elegant Solution (2018) - short story by M. Darusha Wehm
  • A Brighter Future (2018) - short fiction by Grant Stone
  • The Glassblower's Peace (2018) - novelette by James Rowland
  • Mirror Mirror - short story by Mark English
  • Common Denominator (2018) - short fiction by Melanie Harding-Shaw
  • The People Between the Silences (2018) - short fiction by Dave Moore
  • Te Ika - [Cthulhu Mythos] (2018) - short story by J. C. Hart
  • Girls Who Do Not Drown - short story by A. C. Buchanan

Year's Best Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction and Fantasy: Volume II

Year's Best Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction and Fantasy: Book 2

Marie Hodgkinson

Ancient myths go high-tech a decade after the New New Zealand Wars. Safe homes and harbours turn to strangeness within and without. Splintered selves come together again - or not.

Twelve authors. Thirteen stories. The best short science fiction and fantasy from Aotearoa New Zealand in 2019.

Table of Contents:

  • Good Dog, Alice (2019) - short fiction by Juliet Marillier
  • Te Ara Poutini (2019) - short fiction by Nic Low
  • Inside the Body of Relatives (2019) - short fiction by Octavia Cade
  • Henrietta and the End of the Line (2019) - short fiction by A. C. Buchanan
  • Hearts made Marble, Weapons Shaped from Bone (2019) - short fiction by A.J. Fitzwater
  • Who Watches (2019) - short fiction by Rem Wigmore
  • The Fisher (2019) - short fiction by Melanie Harding-Shaw
  • Fission (2019) - short fiction by Nicole Tan
  • A Shriek Across the Sky (2019) - short fiction by Casey Lucas
  • Moving House (2019) - short fiction by Alisha Tyson
  • Proof of Concept (2019) - short fiction by James Rowland
  • Spontaneous Applause (2019) - short fiction by Zoë Meager
  • First dispatch from the front (2019) - short fiction by Zoë Meager