Thursday, August 20, 2009

Best American Fantasy 3: Table of Contents

Jeff VanderMeer has posted the Table of Contents for Best American Fantasy 3: Real Unreal, and has some info regarding the future of the series. Also of note is that joining the guest editors for volumes 4, 5, and 6 are Minister Faust, Junot Diaz, and Catherynne M. Valente.

Further of note, helping out on the editorial side are Larry Nolan and Fabio Fernandes. Very cool for those two.
“Safe Passage” by Ramona Ausubel (One Story, Issue 106)
“Uncle Chaim, Aunt Rifke, and the Angel” by Peter S. Beagle (Strange Roads)
“Cardiology” by Ryan Boudinot (Five Chapters, 2008)
“The Pentecostal Home for Flying Children” by Will Clarke (The Oxford American, Issue 61)
“For a Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing” by Martin Cozza (Pindeldyboz, July 6 2008)
“Daltharee” by Jeffrey Ford (The Del Rey Book of Science Fiction and Fantasy)
“Is” by Chris Gavaler (New England Review, Volume 39, Number 2)
“The Torturer’s Wife” by Thomas Glave (The Kenyon Review, Fall 2008)
“Reader’s Guide” by Lisa Goldstein (F&SF, July 2008)
“Search Continues for Elderly Man” by Laura Kasischke (F&SF, September 2008)
“Pride and Prometheus” by John Kessel (F&SF, January 2008)
“The New York Times at Special Bargain Rates” by Stephen King (F&SF, October/November 2008)
“Couple of Lovers on a Red Background” by Rebecca Makkai (Brilliant Corners, Summer 2008)
“Flying and Falling” by Kuzhali Manickavel (Shimmer, The Art Issue 2008)
“The King of the Djinn” by David Ackert & Benjamin Rosenbaum (Realms of Fantasy, February 2008)
“The City and the Moon” by Deborah Schwartz (The Kenyon Review, Spring 2008)
“The Two-Headed Girl” by Paul Tremblay (Five Chapters, 2008)
“The First Several Hundred Years Following My Death” by Shawn Vestal (Tin House 34)
“Rabbit Catcher of Kingdom Come” by Kellie Wells (Fairy Tale Review, The White Issue)
“Serials” by Katie Williams (American Short Fiction, Summer/Fall 2008)

I really need to get back to that first volume. I read the first story a year ago, liked it, but never read the rest of the volume. It's weird, because I'm excited about this anthology series.

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