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When I first read (and linked to) Paul Cornell's Hugo-nominated short story The Copenhagen Interpretation I was not aware that this was the 3rd instalment in a series centred around Major Jonathan Hamilton, a secret agent/spy/soldier in a British Army and a world very much unlike our own, with it's own technology (there's a slight whiff of Steampunk here), which I find rather fascinating (I suggested to Paul that he turn the story into a book, without even realizing it was a series of short stories already!).

Anyway, without further ado, here are the stories:

Catherine Drewe - One of Our Bastards is Missing - The Copenhagen Interpretation

Enjoy! - the image on the right is by Luca Oleastri, you can buy prints of it from Artflakes

 

Thomas Pynchon - Slow Learner

 

Somtow Sucharitkul - The Throne of Madness

 

Iain Sinclair - Radon Daughters

 

Aliette de Bodard – In the Vanishers’ Palace

 

Ken MacLeod - Cosmonaut Keep

 

S.P. Somtow – I Wake from a Dream of a Drowned Star City

 

Doris Lessing - Shikasta

 

Somtow Sucharitul – Starship & Haiku

 

Tricia Sullivan – Occupy Me

 

Thomas Pynchon – Gravity’s Rainbow

 

Charles Stross - The Atrocity Archives

 

Lavie Tidhar - Central Station

 

Peter Watts - Blindsight

 

Liz Williams - Empire of Bones

 

Sydney Padua - The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage

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