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The Best of World SF: Volume 3 (Paperback)

The Best of World SF: Volume 3 By Lavie Tidhar (Editor), Lavie Tidhar (Series edited by) Cover Image
By Lavie Tidhar (Editor), Lavie Tidhar (Series edited by)
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SHORTLISTED FOR 'BEST COLLECTION' AT THE BRITISH SCIENCE FICTION ASSOCIATION AWARDS 2023

The third annual instalment to the 'excellent, lovingly curated' (Financial Times) The Best of World SF series

The Best of World SF series is a fixture on the global science fiction scene. If you want to find the most exciting SF authors writing today, look no further.

In this third instalment, you'll discover alien artists, rioting dinosaurs, shape-shifting rabbits, heartbreak-harvesting cafes and one robot on a quest for meaning. You will be transported to the stars and back down to Earth and sideways, with the order of the world turned upside down.

Featuring authors from Austria, Bulgaria, China, Finland, Ghana, Greece, India, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, the Philippines, Portugal, Russia, Singapore and South Africa, this collection's stories have been selected by award-winning writer, editor and World SF expert Lavie Tidhar.

The most exciting science fiction on the planet comes from all corners of the globe. And it's all in the Best of World SF series.

About the Author


Lavie Tidhar's work encompasses literary fiction (Maror, Adama and the forthcoming Six Lives), cross-genre classics such as Jerwood Prize winner A Man Lies Dreaming (2014) and World Fantasy Award winner Osama (2011) and genre works like the Campbell and Neukom prize winner Central Station (2016). He has also written comics (Adler, 2020) and children's books such as Candy (2018) and the forthcoming A Child's Book of the Future (2024). He is a former columnist for the Washington Post and a current honorary Visiting Professor and Writer in Residence at the American International University in London.

Lavie Tidhar's work encompasses literary fiction (Maror, Adama and the forthcoming Six Lives), cross-genre classics such as Jerwood Prize winner A Man Lies Dreaming (2014) and World Fantasy Award winner Osama (2011) and genre works like the Campbell and Neukom prize winner Central Station (2016). He has also written comics (Adler, 2020) and children's books such as Candy (2018) and the forthcoming A Child's Book of the Future (2024). He is a former columnist for the Washington Post and a current honorary Visiting Professor and Writer in Residence at the American International University in London.

Praise For…


“This is exactly what a book of science fiction should be: confronting and examining a range of issues, in varied times and places, through a variety of technological and social lenses” —Locus
Product Details
ISBN: 9781804548059
ISBN-10: 1804548057
Publisher: Head of Zeus -- an AdAstra Book
Publication Date: July 2nd, 2024
Pages: 672
Language: English
Series: Best of World SF