03 March 2007

Recommended Reading: 2006

We would like to call special attention to the following stories published in 2006. These are 25 stories that we found of particular interest but could not include in the anthology itself. Congratulations to all of the writers and publications.

"Stab" by Chris Adrian
Zoetrope: All-Story, Summer

"Dominion" by Calvin Baker
One Story, no. 75

"The Creation of Birds" by Christopher Barzak
Twenty Epics edited by David Moles & Susan Marie Groppi

"Inheritance" by Jedediah Berry
Fairy Tale Review, The Green Issue

"The Duel" by Tobias Buckell
Electric Velocipede, no. 11

"The Life of Captain Gareth Caernarvon" by Brendan Connell
McSweeney's, no. 19

"The Paper Life They Lead" by Patrick Crerand
Ninth Letter, Fall/Winter

"The Alternative History Club" by Murray Farish
Black Warrior Review, Fall/Winter

"Night Whiskey" by Jeffrey Ford
Salon Fantastique edited by Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling

"thirteen o'clock" by David Gerrold
Fantasy & Science Fiction, February

"Lucky Chow Fun" by Lauren Goff
Ploughshares, Fall

"Letters from Budapest" by Theodora Goss
Alchemy, no. 3

"Galileo" by John Haskell
Public Space, Spring

"The Marquise de Wonka" by Shelley Jackson
Sex & Chocolate edited by Lucinda Ebersole & Richard Peabody

"Irregular Verbs" by Matthew Johnson
Fantasy Magazine, Fall

"The Mysterious Intensity of the Heart" by Jeff P. Jones
Redivider, vol. 4 issue 1

"Bainbridge" by Caitlin R. Kiernan
Alabaster

"A Secret Lexicon for the Not-Beautiful" by Beth Adele Long
Alchemy, no. 3

"A Change in Fashion" by Steven Millhauser
Harper's, May

"Robert Kennedy Remembered by Jean Baudrillard" by Gary Percesepe
Mississippi Review Online, Summer

"The Man with the Scale in His Head" by Eman Quotah
Pindeldyboz Online, August 23

"Magnificent Pigs" by Cat Rambo
Strange Horizons, November 27

"Swimming" by Veronica Schanoes
Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, no. 18

"Mountain, Man" by Heather Shaw
Long Voyages, Great Lies edited by Christopher Barzak, Alan DeNiro, and Kristin Livdahl

"Snow Blind" by Bridget Bentz Sizer
Kenyon Review, Summer

2 comments:

Ellen said...

A gorgeous collection right here! Now where do I go to find out what you published in the actual volume...?

Matthew Cheney said...

We're not quite ready to release the whole table of contents yet, because we're waiting to make sure all the contracts come in, all the i's are crossed and all the t's dotted, etc. We hope to be able to release it by the end of March. (A few authors and publishers have begun to announce our selection of their stories in cases where we're all set, though.)