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Name: Exhalation

Author: Ted Chiang
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Genres/categories: Science fiction, Award winners, Short Stories

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Winner of the Hugo award for Best Short Story in 2009.

An eclipse is a rare and unusual event, when the world is transformed and the sky becomes a dark eldritch thing. It's a time when anything could happen, when any kind of story just might be true. That sense of the strange and wonderful guides Eclipse: New Science Fiction and Fantasy, the second volume in an exciting new annual anthology series edited by acclaimed anthologist Jonathan Strahan. Set to become a major event on the science fiction and fantasy calendar, Eclipse: New Science Fiction and Fantasy gathers together new science fiction and fantasy stories by the best writers working today. You can see that in Eclipse Two, which features more extraordinary tales of the fantastic and astounding.
About the author:
Ted Chiang is an American speculative fiction writer. His Chinese name is Chiang Feng-nan. Although not a prolific author, Chiang has to date won a string of prestigious speculative fiction awards for his works.

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