Year’s Best Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction & Fantasy: Volume I

Edited by Marie Hodgkinson

Thirteen of the brightest stars in Kiwi speculative fiction. The first in a new annual anthology series.

Table of contents:

“We Feed the Bears of Fire and Ice”, by Octavia Cade (originally published in Strange Horizons)

“A Most Elegant Solution”, by M. Darusha Wehm (originally published in Terraform)

“Girls Who Do Not Drown”, by Andi Buchanan (originally published in Apex Magazine)

“Logistics”, by A.J. Fitzwater (originally published in Clarkesworld)

“The Billows of Sarto”, by Sean Monaghan (originally published in Asimov’s Science Fiction)

“A Brighter Future”, by Grant Stone (originally published in Cthulhu: Land of the Long White Cloud (IFWG))

“The People Between the Silences”, by Dave Moore (originally published in Landfall)

“Common Denominator”, by Melanie Harding-Shaw (originally published in Wild Musette Journal)

“Te Ika”, by J.C. Hart (originally published in Cthulhu: Land of the Long White Cloud (IFWG))

“Trees”, by Toni Wi (originally published in Breach)

“The Garden”, by Isabelle McNeur (originally published in Wizards in Space)

“Mirror Mirror”, by Mark English (originally published in Abyss & Apex)

“The Glassblower’s Peace”, by James Rowland (originally published in Aurealis Magazine)

Cover art by Emma Weakley

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Year’s Best Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction & Fantasy: Volume I
Edited by Marie Hodgkinson
ISBN 978-0-473-49126-0

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Volume II – 2020

If you are a New Zealand author who has had short SFF fiction published in 2019, I want to hear from you! Please see my call for submissions for the second volume in this anthology series.