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YEAR'S BEST SF: Sixth Annual
book-date: 1989
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The Year's Best Science Fiction, Sixth Annual Collection (1989) - covering stories from 1988 (Edited by Gardner Dozois.)
Summation: 1988 by Gardner Dozois
"Surfacing” by Walter Jon Williams (Hugo & Nebula nominee)
"Home Front" by James Patrick Kelly
"The Man Who Loved the Vampire Lady" by Brian Stableford
"Peaches for Mad Molly" by Steven Gould (Hugo & Nebula nominee)
"The Last Article" by Harry Turtledove
"Stable Strategies for Middle Management" by Eileen Gunn (Hugo nominee)
"In Memoriam" by Nancy Kress
"Kirinyaga" by Mike Resnick (Hugo winner - best story; Nebula nominee)
"The Girl Who Loved Animals" by Bruce McAllister
"The Last of the Winnebagoes" by Connie Willis (Hugo & Nebula winner - best novella)
"Love in Vain" by Lewis Shiner
"The Hob" by Judith Moffett (Nebula nominee)
"Our Neural Chernobyl" by Bruce Sterling (Hugo nominee)
"House of Bones" by Robert Silverberg
"Schrödinger's Kitten" by George Alec Effinger (Hugo & Nebula winner - best novelette)
"Do Ya, Do Ya, Wanna Dance?" by Howard Waldrop (Hugo & Nebula nominee)
"The Growth of the House of Usher" by Brian Stableford
"Glacier" by Kim Stanley Robinson
"Sanctuary" by James Lawson [Michael Bishop + Paul Di Filippo]
"The Dragon Line" by Michael Swanwick
"Mrs. Shummel Exits a Winner" by John Kessel (Nebula nominee)
"Emmisary" by Stephen Kraus
"It Was the Heat" by Pat Cadigan
"Skin Deep" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Hugo nominee)
"Dying in Hull" by D. Alexander Smith
"Distances" by Kathe Koja
"Famous Monsters" by Kim Newman
"The Scalehunter's Beautiful Daughter" by Lucius Shepard (Hugo & Nebula nominee)
Honorable Mentions: 1988

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