Jonathan Strahan Books In Order

Infinity Project Books In Publication Order

  1. Engineering Infinity (2011)
  2. Edge of Infinity (2012)
  3. Reach for Infinity (2014)
  4. Meeting Infinity (2015)
  5. Bridging Infinity (2016)
  6. Infinity Wars (2017)
  7. Infinity’s End (2018)

Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Of The Year Books In Publication Order

  1. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 1 (2007)
  2. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 2 (2008)
  3. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 3 (2009)
  4. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 4 (2010)
  5. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 5 (2011)
  6. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 6 (2012)
  7. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 7 (2012)
  8. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 8 (2013)
  9. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 9 (2014)
  10. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 10 (2015)
  11. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 11 (2017)
  12. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 12 (2018)
  13. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 13 (2019)

The Year’s Best Science Fiction Books In Publication Order

  1. The Year’s Best Science Fiction Vol. 1 (2020)
  2. The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Volume 2: The Saga Anthology of Science Fiction 2021 (2021)

Anthologies In Publication Order

  1. The Year’s Best Australian Science Fiction And Fantasy, Volume One (1997)
  2. Eclipse 1 (2001)
  3. Eclipse 3 (2001)
  4. Wings of Fire (2001)
  5. Science Fiction (2003)
  6. Modern Greats of Science Fiction (2003)
  7. The Best Short Science Fiction Novels of the Year (2004)
  8. The Locus Awards (2004)
  9. Fantasy: The Best of 2004 (2005)
  10. Science Fiction: The Best of 2004 (2005)
  11. Fantasy: The Very Best of 2005 (2006)
  12. Science Fiction: The Very Best of 2005 (2006)
  13. Eidolon (2006)
  14. Best Short Novels 2007 (2007)
  15. The New Space Opera (2007)
  16. The Starry Rift (2008)
  17. Eclipse 2 (2008)
  18. The New Space Opera 2 (2009)
  19. Godlike Machines (2010)
  20. Legends of Australian Fantasy (2010)
  21. Swords & Dark Magic (2010)
  22. Eclipse Four (2010)
  23. Life on Mars (2011)
  24. Under My Hat: Tales from the Cauldron (2012)
  25. Fearsome Journeys (2013)
  26. Fearsome Magics (2014)
  27. Drowned Worlds (2016)
  28. Tor.com Publishing Editorial Spotlight #5 (2019)
  29. Mission (2019)
  30. Made to Order (2020)
  31. The Book of Dragons (2020)
  32. Best Short Novels 2006 (2020)
  33. The Year’s Best Science Fiction Vol. 1 (2020)
  34. The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Volume 2: The Saga Anthology of Science Fiction 2021 (2021)

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Jonathan Strahan Books Overview

Engineering Infinity

The universe shifts and changes: suddenly you understand, you get it, and are filled with a sense of wonder. That moment of understanding drives the greatest science fiction stories and lies at the heart of Engineering Infinity. Whether it’s coming up hard against the speed of light and, with it, the enormity of the universe, realising that terraforming a distant world is harder and more dangerous than you’d ever thought, or simply realizing that a hitchhiker on a starship consumes fuel and oxygen with tragic results, it’s hard science fiction where sense of wonder is most often found and where science fiction’s true heart lies. The exciting and innovative science fiction anthology collects together stories by some of the biggest names in the field including Stephen Baxter, Charles Stross, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Gwyneth Jones.

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 1

For the first time ever, award winning editor Jonathan Strahan has assembled the best science fiction and the best fantasy stories of the year in one volume. More than just two books for the price of one, this book brings together over 200,000 words of the best genre fiction anywhere. Strahan’s critical eye and keen editorial instincts have served him well for earlier best of the year round ups in the Best Short Novels, Science Fiction: Best of and Fantasy: Best of series, and this is his most impressive effort yet.

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 2

The depth and breadth of what science fiction and fantasy fiction is changes with every passing year. The two dozen stories chosen for this book by award winning anthologist Jonathan Strahan carefully maps this evolution, giving readers a captivating and always entertaining look at the very best the genre has to offer.

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 3

The depth and breadth of what science fiction and fantasy fiction is changes with every passing year. The two dozen stories chosen for this book by award winning anthologist Jonathan Strahan carefully maps this evolution, giving readers a captivating and always entertaining look at the very best the genre has to offer. Jonathan Strahan has edited more than twenty anthologies and collections, including The Locus Awards, The New Space Opera, The Jack Vance Treasury, and a number of year’s best annuals. He has won the Ditmar, William J. Atheling Jr., and Peter McNamara Awards for his work as an anthologist, and is the reviews editor for Locus.

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 4

The depth and breadth of what science fiction and fantasy fiction is changes with every passing year. The two dozen stories chosen for this book by award winning anthologist Jonathan Strahan carefully maps this evolution, giving readers a captivating and always entertaining look at the very best the genre has to offer.

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 5

The depth and breadth of science fiction and fantasy fiction continues to change with every passing year. The twenty nine stories chosen for this book by award winning anthologist Jonathan Strahan carefully map this evolution, giving readers a captivating and always entertaining look at the very best the genre has to offer.

Eclipse 1

An eclipse is a rare and unusual event, when the world is transformed and the sky becomes a dark eldritch thing. It’s a time when anything could happen, when any kind of story just might be true. That sense of the strange and wonderful guides Eclipse: New Science Fiction and Fantasy, the first volume in an exciting new annual anthology series edited by acclaimed anthologist Jonathan Strahan.
Set to become a major event on the science fiction and fantasy calendar,Eclipse: New Science Fiction and Fantasy gathers together new science fiction and fantasy stories by the best writers working today. You can see that in Eclipse 1, which features extraordinary tales by Peter S. Beagle, Jack Dann & Paul Brandon, Terry Dowling, Andy Duncan, Jeffrey Ford, Kathleen Ann Goonan, Eileen Gunn, Gwyneth Jones, Ellen Klages, Maureen F. McHugh, Garth Nix, Lucius Shepard, Bruce Sterling and Ysabeau S. Wilce.

Eclipse 3

To observe an eclipse is to witness a rare and unusual event. Under darkened skies the sun becomes a negative image of itself, its corona transforming the landscape into a strange space where anything might happen, and any story may be true…
In the spirit of classic science fiction anthologies such as Universe, Orbit, and Starlight, master anthologist Jonathan Strahan The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year presents the non themed genre anthology Eclipse: New Science Fiction and Fantasy. Here you will find stories where strange and wonderful things happen where reality is eclipsed by something magical and new.

Wings of Fire

Dragons: Fearsome fire breathing foes, scaled adversaries, legendary lizards, ancient hoarders of priceless treasures, serpentine sages with the ages’ wisdom, and winged weapons of war…
Wings of Fire brings you all these dragons, and more, seen clearly through the eyes of many of today’s most popular authors, including Peter Beagle, Holly Black, Orson Scott Card, Charles De Lint, Diana Wynne Jones, Mercedes Lackey, Ursula K Le Guin, Dean R Koontz, George R. R. Martin, Anne McCaffrey, Elizabeth Moon, Garth Nix, and many others.

Modern Greats of Science Fiction

From a distant future where both beer and rebellion brew in a tavern on Mars to an alternate WWII–where the cutting-edge science is quantum biology–and from a haunting story of a bizarre prison without guards or rules to a Bradbury-esque tale of small-town America, Modern Greats is a landmark collection of some of the finest short work in science fiction.

The Locus Awards

Now, for the first time, the best of The Locus Awards for short fiction are gathered in one volume. Spanning the absolute finest in science fiction and fantasy short fiction for the last thirty years, this anthology is an indispensable guide to speculative fiction from the classic to the outrageous by the leaders of the field.

Science Fiction: The Best of 2004

A collection of the best science fiction prose written in 2004, by some of the genre’s greatest writers, and selected by two of SF’s most respected editors. Best Sci Fi ’03 had more Nebula and Hugo finalists than competing Dozois and Hartwell books!

Fantasy: The Very Best of 2005

The daughter of a beloved children’s author becomes entangled in a classic tale; a dedicated club of gourmands pursues the strangest and most exotic meal ever; the Ferryman on the river Styx takes a boatman’s holiday; some kids at camp tell scary stories of a monster just beyond the reach of the campfire’s light; and, after nearly forty years, Peter S. Beagle continues the beloved adventures of a magician and a girl who once met a unicorn. These are just some of the sixteen outstanding stories that acclaimed anthologist Jonathan Strahan has assembled in his second annual survey of the best new fantasy stories of the year. Jonathan Strahan has edited eleven anthologies, including The Locus Awards and assorted year’s best annuals, and is currently working on several new anthology projects. He has won the Ditmar, William J Atheling Jr, and Peter McNamara Awards for his editing, and is the Reviews Editor for Locus, the magazine of the science fiction and fantasy fields. He lives in Perth, Western Australia with his wife and two daughters.

Science Fiction: The Very Best of 2005

A herd of dinosaurs wander the fields of rural Vermont; a young girl discovers what happens when you’re no longer a goddess in near future India; Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics are put to the test as a family is split apart and then redefined; the last man in the universe, stranded on Mars, searches for meaning with a pop song; and an artificially intelligent turtle questions Intelligent Design and evolution. These are just some of the fourteen award nominated stories that acclaimed anthologist Jonathan Strahan has assembled in his third annual survey of the best new science fiction stories of the year. Jonathan Strahan has edited eleven anthologies, including The Locus Awards and assorted year’s best annuals, and is currently working on several new anthology projects. He has won the Ditmar, William J Atheling Jr, and Peter McNamara Awards for his editing, and is the Reviews Editor for Locus, the magazine of the science fiction and fantasy fields. He lives in Perth, Western Australia with his wife and two daughters.

Best Short Novels 2007

The novella is the perfect length for science fiction long enough to work through an idea, but short enough to have maximum punch. Award winning editor Jonathan Strahan has collected eight exciting new novellas by Kage Baker, Cory Doctorow, Jeffrey Ford, Robert Reed, Chris Roberson, Michael Swanwick, Ysabeau S. Wilce and Robert Charles Wilson in this stunning best of the year anthology.

The New Space Opera

The brightest names in science fiction pen all new tales of space and wonder:

Kage Baker
Stephen Baxter
Gregory Benford
Tony Daniel
Greg Egan
Peter F. Hamilton
Gwyneth Jones
James Patrick Kelly
Nancy Kress
Ken Macleod
Paul J. McAuley
Ian McDonald
Robert Reed
Alastair Reynolds
Mary Rosenblum
Robert Silverberg
Dan Simmons
Walter Jon Williams

The Starry Rift

Truly successful science fiction does two things: it gives credible glimpses into the future while entertaining the reader. With this in mind, noted anthologist Jonathan Strahan who is also the reviews editor of Locus magazine asked sixteen of today’s most inventive, compelling writers to look past the horizon of the present day. Neil Gaiman Anansi Boys, Kelly Link Magic for Beginners, Garth Nix the Abhorsen Trilogy, Scott Westerfeld Uglies; Pretties; Specials and their colleagues have crafted a dazzling range of stories. Whether on spaceships, in suburbia, or in simulated gaming worlds, whether about cloning, battle tactics, or corporate politics, the stories of The Starry Rift will give every reader something to consider. This original anthology is crucial reading for those who want to see where the future and the future of science fiction is headed.

Eclipse 2

An eclipse is a rare and unusual event, when the world is transformed and the sky becomes a dark eldritch thing. It’s a time when anything could happen, when any kind of story just might be true. That sense of the strange and wonderful guides Eclipse: New Science Fiction and Fantasy, the second volume in an exciting new annual anthology series edited by acclaimed anthologist Jonathan Strahan. Set to become a major event on the science fiction and fantasy calendar, Eclipse: New Science Fiction and Fantasy gathers together new science fiction and fantasy stories by the best writers working today. You can see that in Eclipse Two, which features more extraordinary tales of the fantastic and astounding.

The New Space Opera 2

Some of the most beloved names in science fiction spin all new tales of interstellar adventure and wonder

Neal Asher
John Barnes
Cory Doctorow
John Kessel
Jay Lake
John Meaney
Elizabeth Moon
Garth Nix
Mike Resnick
Justina Robson
Kristine Kathryn Rusch
John Scalzi
Bruce Sterling
Peter Watts
Sean Williams
Tad Williams
Bill Willingham
Robert Charles Wilson
John C. Wright

Godlike Machines

Six of todays finest authors write for Godlike Machines! Six original scientific adventures.

Swords & Dark Magic

Swords & Dark Magic is the most important new fantasy anthology to be published this decade. Featuring new stories from the bestselling and brightest writers working in the genre, including: New York Times bestselling authors Scott Lynch and Garth Nix; genre greats Michael Moorcock with an all new Elric novella, Michael Shea with a fully authorized new Cugel the Clever adventure, Robert Silverberg with an all new Majipoor tale, Glen Cook with an all new Black Company story, Gene Wolfe, and C. J. Cherryh; and hot new writers who’ve been re inventing swords and sorcery like Steven Erikson, Joe Abercrombie, Tim Lebbon, and many more. Table of Contents Check Your Dark Lord at the Door’ Lou Anders & Jonathan Strahan Goats of Glory Steven Erikson Tides Elba: A Tale of the Black Company Glen Cook Bloodsport Gene Wolfe The Singing Spear James Enge A Wizard of Wiscezan C.J. Cherryh A Rich Full Week K. J. Parker A Suitable Present for a Sorcerous Puppet Garth Nix Red Pearls: An Elric Story Michael Moorcock The Deification of Dal Bamore Tim Lebbon Dark Times at the Midnight Market Robert Silverberg The Undefiled Greg Keyes Dapple Hew the Tint Master Michael Shea In the Stacks Scott Lynch Two Lions, A Witch, and the War Robe Tanith Lee The Sea Troll’s Daughter Caitlin R Kiernan Thieves of Daring Bill Willingham The Fool Jobs Joe Abercrombie

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