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Twelve Tomorrows - Wade Roush

Twelve Tomorrows

Wade Roush
The MIT Press , English
45 ratings

Discover frightening—and sometimes hilarious—visions of the future in this science fiction anthology featuring 12 short stories by Nebula and Hugo Award winners! New and established voices in science fiction offer original stories of the future. Tales from Who Fears Death’s Nnedi Okorafor, The Three-Body Problem’s Cixin Liu, and others reveal metal-melting viruses, vegetable-based heart transplants, search-and-rescue drones, and semi-automated sailing ships. Inside you’ll also find:  • Ken Liu writes about a virtual currency that hijacks our empathy. • Elizabeth Bear shows us a smart home tricked into kidnapping its owner.• Clifford V. Johnson writes of a computer scientist seeing a new side of the artificial intelligence she invented. • J. M. Ledgard describes a 28,000-year-old AI who meditates on the nature of loneliness.   Featuring a diverse collection of authors, characters, and stories rooted in contemporary real-world science, each volume in the Twelve Tomorrows series offers an inclusive and conceivable vision of the future—and celebrates the genre of hard science fiction pioneered by authors such as Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, and Robert Heinlein.  Contributors Elizabeth Bear, SL Huang, Clifford V. Johnson, J. M. Ledgard, Cixin Liu, Ken Liu, Paul McAuley, Nnedi Okorafor, Malka Older, Sarah Pinsker, Alastair Reynolds

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