Best of British SF 2018 Table of Contents

Newcon Press has announced the contents for Best of British Science Fiction 2018 edited by Donna Scott. The book, with cover art by Les Edwards, will be released August 21 and is available for preorder.

Full contents:

  • Introduction by Donna Scott
  • Providence – Alastair Reynolds
  • Talking to Ghosts at the Edge of the World – Lavie Tidhar
  • The Miracle Lambs of Minane – Finbarr O’Reilly
  • Territory Blank – Aliya Whiteley
  • Throw Caution – Tim Major
  • Golgotha – Dave Hutchinson
  • Salvation – Dave Bradley
  • Waterbirds – G.V. Anderson
  • Buddy System – Mike Morgan
  • Do No Harm – Anna Ibbotson
  • A Change of Heart – Hannah Tougher
  • Birnam Platoon – Natalia Theodoridou
  • Good – Sunyi Dean
  • Hard Times in Nuovo Genova – Chris Barnham
  • The Escape Hatch – Matthew de Abaitua
  • P.Q. – James Warner
  • The Purpose of the Dodo is to be Extinct – Malcolm Devlin
  • Cat and Mouse – David Tallerman
  • Before They Left – Colin Greenland
  • Harry’s Shiver – Esme Carpenter
  • The Whisperer – J.K. Fulton
  • Death of the Grapevine – Teika Marija Smits
  • Rainsticks – Matt Thompson
  • The Veilonaut’s Dream – Henry Szabranski
  • Doomed Youth – Fiona Moore
  • F Sharp 4 – Tim Pieraccini

The book will be published as a paperback, a limited edition hardback, and an eBook.

[Thanks to JJ for the story.]

2 thoughts on “Best of British SF 2018 Table of Contents

  1. Yes, G.V. Anderson writes some great stories. I think it was you who pointed me to her story “Crooks Landing: By Scaffold” in Nightmare Magazine.

    “Waterbirds” somehow passed me by, but I will rectify that asap.

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