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Even 2008’s second-tier anthologies—there were a lot of anthologies published this year—were often good enough to have been in contention for the title of year’s best anthology in other years. It may be premature to speak of a renaissance or “New Golden Age” of original anthologies as some have been doing—none of these anthology series have firmly established themselves financially as yet and, in fact, a few are rumored to not be selling so well. Still, even if it’s just for this year, it’s nice to have so many good anthologies at hand to choose from.

Both markets produced a lot of good work in their time, and both will be greatly missed. (In their last year, Helix published good work by Charlie Anders, Samantha Henderson, James Killus, George S. com), edited by Mike Resnick and Eric Flint, which takes advantage of the freedom from length restrictions offered by the use of pixels instead of print by featuring in each issue an amazingly large selection of science fiction and fantasy stories, stories by beginning writers, classic reprints, serials, columns, and features, certainly more material than any of the print magazines could afford to offer in a single issue.

The Gambler,” by Paolo Bacigalupi. Copyright © 2008 by Paolo Bacigalupi. First published in Fast Forward 2 (Pyr), edited by Lou Anders. Reprinted by permission of the author. “Boojum,” by Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette. Copyright © 2008 by Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette. First published in Fast Ships, Black Sails (Night Shade), edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer. Reprinted by permission of the authors. “The Six Directions of Space,” by Alastair Reynolds. Copyright © 2008 by Alastair Reynolds.

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