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Confirmations (Pending Contracts) for Rich Horton's anthologies [Nov. 1st, 2006|12:16 pm]
Fantasy: The Best of the Year
Salt Wine, Peter Beagle (Fantasy)
The Lineaments of Gratified Desire, Ysabeau Wilce (F&SF)
Journey Into the Kingdom, M. Rickert (F&SF)
The Osteomancer's Son, Greg van Eekhout (Asimov's)
A Siege of Cranes, Benjamin  Rosenbaum (Twenty Epics)
The Water Poet and the Four Seasons, by David J. Schwartz (Strange Horizons)
Moon Viewing at Shijo Bridge, Richard Parks (Realms of Fantasy)
Journey to Gantica, by Matthew Corradi (F&SF)
Irregular Verbs by Matthew Johnson (Fantasy)
A Fine Magic by Margo Lanagan (Eidolon 1)
Citrine: A Fable, Elise Moser (Room of One's Own)
A Fish Story, Sarah Totton (Realms of Fantasy)

We have four unconfirmed contributions, generally authors whom we haven't been able to contact about their selections into the anthology. We'll know more after World Fantasy.

Science Fiction: The Best of the Year
Another Word for Map is Faith, Christopher Rowe (F&SF)
A Billion Eves, Robert Reed (Asimov's)
Saving for a Sunny Day, Ian Watson (Asimov's)
Life on the Preservation, Jack Skillingstead (Asimov's)
The Cartesian Theater, Robert Charles Wilson (Futureshocks)
Hesperia and Glory, Ann Leckie (Subterranean)
Inclination, William Shunn (Asimov's)
The House Beyond Your Sky, Rosenbaum (Strange Horizons)
Incarnation Day, Walter Jon Williams (Escape From Earth)
Okanoggan Falls, Carolyn Ives Gilman (F&SF)

We have two unconfirmed contributions, here.

Space Opera
Paul Berger, "The Muse of Empires Lost" (Twenty Epics)
Jay Lake, "Lehr, Rex" (Forbidden Planets)
Paul J. McAuley, "Dead Men Walking" (Asimov's)
John G. Hemry, "Lady Be Good" (Analog)
John Barnes, "Every Hole is Outlined" (Baen's Universe)
Brian Stableford, "The Plurality of Worlds" (Asimov's)
Alan De Niro, "Have You Any Wool" (Twenty Epics)
Alastair Reynolds, "Thousandth Night" (One Million A.D.)

We have two unconfirmed contributions.