The New Space Opera
infobox Book |
name = The New Space Opera
author = Edited by
Gardner Dozoisand Jonathan Strahan
language = English
Science fiction anthology
publisher = Eos
release_date = 2007
media_type = Print (
pages = 515 pp
isbn = ISBN 978-0060846756
"The New Space Opera" (2007, ISBN 978-0060846756) is a science fiction anthology edited by
Gardner Dozoisand Jonathan Strahan. It was published in 2007, and includes all original stories selected to represent the genre of space opera. It includes a five-page introduction, plus a brief introduction to each of the stories, and a dedication to Jack Dann. The front and back covers include endorsements by Orson Scott Card, Charles Stross, Joe Haldeman, Vernor Vinge, and Greg Bear. Ten out of the eighteen stories in the book were selected for the "Locus" recommended reading list for 2007. [http://www.locusmag.com/2008/2007RecommendedReading.html]
Gwyneth Jones: "Saving Tiamaat"
Ian McDonald: "Verthandi's Ring"
Robert Reed: "Hatch"
Paul J. McAuley: "Winning Peace"
Greg Egan: "Glory"
Kage Baker: "Maelstrom"
Peter F. Hamilton: "Blessed by an Angel"
Ken MacLeod: " Who's Afraid of Wolf 359?"
Tony Daniel: "The Valley of the Gardens"
James Patrick Kelly: "Dividing the Sustain"
Alastair Reynolds: "Minla's Flowers"
Mary Rosenblum: "Splinters of Glass"
Stephen Baxter: "Remembrance"
Robert Silverberg: "The Emperor and the Maula"
Gregory Benford: "The Worm Turns"
Walter Jon Williams: "Send Them Flowers"
Nancy Kress: "Art of War"
Dan Simmons: "Muse of Fire"
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