THE WINNERS OF SCIENCE FICTION'S MOST COVETED HONOR
Isaac Asimov, SF legend, contributes one of his last, and best stories
in "Gold . . ."
Charles Sheffield tells of a computer expert who suddenly discovered
evidence that someone had built a working digital computer in 1855,
investigated, and discovered something even more amazing . . .
Connie Willis, already a multiple Hugo and Nebula award winner, offers
two unique stories: In "Even the Queen," the Women's Revolution revolves into a
new cycle. And in "Death on the Nile," Agatha Christie meets the Twilight Zone
for a tourist in Egypt.
Hugo-winning stories by Harry Turtledove, Nancy Kress, Lucius Shepherd, Janet
Kagan, and Geoffrey A. Landis.
Praise for The New Hugo Winners:
"If you want proof that SF is a vibrant, evolving genre, look no further than
this collection of Hugo Award-winning stories... this book is one excellent,
imaginative story after another.... This is one of the best collections of
contemporary SF you're likely to find anywhere."—Kliatt
"It is easy to see why these stories are award-winners..... They are all
engrossing... the best current writers in the field."—VOYA