Terra Nova is a new anthology of contemporary science fiction stories that will be published simultaneously in Spain and Argentina this December in Spanish language. An ebook edition with English translations of the short stories originally written in Spanish will shortly follow.
Recently, the amazing cover art by Ángel Benito (shown above these lines) was revealed and the table of contents was announced:
- Foreword, by Luis Pestarini and Mariano Villarreal
- “The Paper Menagerie”, by Ken Liu (USA)
- 2011 Nebula Award for Best Short Story (winner)
- 2012 Hugo Award for Best Short Story (winner)
- 2012 Locus Award for Best Short Story (finalist)
- 2012 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award (finalist)
- 2012 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story (nominee)
- “Deirdre”, by Lola Robles (Spain)
- “Memories of a Zombie Country”, by Erick J. Mota (Cuba)
- “Light a Solitary Candle”, by Víctor Conde (Spain)
- “Bodies”, by Juanfran Jiménez (Spain)
- “A Day Without Dad”, by Ian Watson (United Kingdom)
- “Memory”, by Teresa P. Mira de Echeverría (Argentina)
- “The Lifecycle of Software Objects”, by Ted Chiang (USA)
- 2011 Hugo Award for Best Novella (winner)
- 2011 Locus Award for Best Novella (winner)
- 2010 Nebula Award for Best Novella (nominee)
The price of the paperback edition (about 250 pages) will be 15€ for Spain (rest of the world, please contact), with subscriptions available for residents in Spain. Ebook editions in Spanish and English (the latter including only the Spanish and Latin American stories) will be published in early 2013.
Please visit the Terra Nova website for further information.