Galactic empires / edited by Neil Clarke.
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- ISBN: 9781597808842
- ISBN: 1597808849
- Physical Description: xi, 621 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: New York : Night Shade Books, 
- Copyright: ©2017.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Winning peace / Paul J. McAuley -- Night's slow poison / Ann Leckie -- All the painted stars / Gwendolyn Clare -- Firstborn / Brandon Sanderson -- Riding the crocodile / Greg Egan -- Lost princess man / John Barnes -- Waiting stars / Aliette de Bodard -- Alien archeology / Neal Asher -- Muse of empires lost / Paul Berger -- Ghostweight / Yoon Ha Lee -- A cold heart / Tobias S. Buckell -- Colonel returns to the stars / Robert Silverberg -- Impossibles / Kristine Kathryn Rusch -- Utriusque Cosmi / Robert Charles Wilson -- Section seven / John G. Hemry -- Invisible empire of ascending light / Ken Scholes -- Man with the golden balloon / Robert Reed -- Looking through lace / Ruth Nestvold -- A letter from the Emperor / Steve Rasnic Tem -- Wayfarer's advice / Melinda Snodgrass -- Seven years from home / Naomi Novik -- Verthandi's ring / Ian McDonald.
"Neil Clarke, publisher of the award-winning Clarkesworld magazine, presents a collection of thought-provoking and galaxy-spanning array of galactic short science fiction. From E. E. "Doc" Smith's Lensman, to George Lucas' Star Wars, the politics and process of Empire have been a major subject of science fiction's galaxy-spanning fictions. The idiom of the Galactic Empire allows science fiction writers to ask (and answer) questions that are shorn of contemporary political ideologies and allegiances. This simple narrative slight of hand allows readers and writers to see questions and answers from new and different perspectives. The stories in this book do just that. What social, political, and economic issues do the organizing structure of "empire" address? Often the size, shape, and fates of empires are determined not only by individuals, but by geography, natural forces, and technology. As the speed of travel and rates of effective communication increase, so too does the size and reach of an Imperial bureaucracy."-- Provided by publisher.
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