The Year's Best Science Fiction

The Year's Best Science Fiction is a series of science fiction anthologies edited by Gardner Dozois. The series, which is unrelated to the similarly titled Year's Best SF series, is published by St. Martin's Press (Griffin).

In the UK the series is entitled The Mammoth Book Of Best New SF and is published by Robinson.

In 2005 Dozois edited a "Best of the Best" compilation. That compilation and the entire series is to be re-released as e-books in October 2012.

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