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Entanglements : tomorrow's lovers, families, and friends

Williams, Sheila, 1956- (editor of compilation.). Kelly, James P. (James Patrick), (author.). Kowal, Mary Robinette, 1969- (author.). Kress, Nancy, (author.). Larson, Rich, (author.). Miller, Sam J., (author.). Newitz, Annalee, 1969- (author.). Palmer, Suzanne, (author.). Turnbull, Cadwell, 1987- (author.). Wolven, Nick, 1977- (author.). Xia, Jia, 1984- (author.). Liu, Ken, 1976- (translator.). Plakhova, Tatiana, (illustrator.). Yaszek, Lisa, 1969- (contributor.).

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Breckenridge Public Library SF ENT (Text) 33500013297098 New Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 026253925X
  • ISBN: 9780262539258
  • Physical Description: x, 220 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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  • Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, [2020]

Content descriptions

General Note: "New science fiction inspired by today's emerging technologies" -- Cover
Formatted Contents Note: Invisible people / Nancy Kress -- Profile: Nancy Kress / Lisa Yaszek -- Echo the echo / Rich Larson -- Sparklybits / Nick Wolven -- A little wisdom / Mary Robinette Kowal -- Your boyfriend experience / James Patrick Kelly -- Mediation / Cadwell Turnbull -- The nation of the sick / Sam J. Miller -- Don't mind me / Suzanne Palmer -- The monogomy hormone / Annalee Newitz -- The monk of Lingyin Temple / Xia Jia (translated by Ken Liu).
Summary, etc.: "In a future world dominated by the technological, people will still be entangled in relationships - romances, friendships, and families. This volume in the Twelve Tomorrow's series considers the effects that scientific and technological discoveries will have on the emotional bonds that hold us together. The strange new worlds in these stories feature AI family therapy, floating fungitecutre, and a futuristic love potion. A co-op of mothers attempts to raise a child together, lovers try to resolve their differences by employing a therapeutic sexbot, and a robot helps a woman dealing with Parkinson's disease."--Provided by publisher.
Author Notes

Sheila Williams is the multiple Hugo-award winning editor of Asimov's Science Fiction magazine and the editor or coeditor of more than two dozen anthologies.

Sheila Williams is the multiple Hugo-award winning editor of Asimov's Science Fiction magazine and the editor or coeditor of more than two dozen anthologies.

Subject: Science fiction, American
Short stories, American
Interpersonal relations Fiction
Interpersonal relations
Science fiction, American
Short stories, American
Genre: Short stories.
Science fiction.
Short stories
Science fiction
Fiction
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