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China Miéville, Michael Moorcock, Paul Di Filippo, and Geoff Ryman: These award winners are on any list of the most inventive, popular, and critically acclaimed talents writing in the realms of fantasy and science fiction today. Their four original creations for this collection range from surreal visions of the infinite to high-tech nightmare; from apocalyptic ruins stalke ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published April 11th 2004 by Thunder's Mouth Press (first published 2003)
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Belarius
Jan 27, 2008 Belarius rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Citizens Of Tomorrow
Cities is a very strange anthology of four longish speculative stories with urban themes. Three of those stories are excellent, and one is awful (the latter being the only thing preventing tis from being a 5-star book).

A Year In The Linear City (Paul Di Filippo) is an amazing exploration of a one-dimensional city, with Hell on one side and Heaven on the other. The protagonist, a writer of speculative fiction, imagines worlds that aren't one-dimensional. The result is a fascinating, weird, and hi
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Perry Whitford
Cyberpunks, steampunks, both the old guard and the new; four short stories gathered together around the (sometimes tenuous) theme of the city. I was familiar with some of the writers, not with others, the results surprised me at times based on what little assumptions I had, but generally this unusual compilation -bound like a coffee table book- was fairly enjoyable.
Pierce
This is a collection of four novellas about cities. There are two really good ones in here -- A Year in the Linear City, by Paul Di Filippo, and The Tain, by China Mieville.
SL
Wow. An excellent anthology. Been obsessed with megacities lately, and this is a very good sf treatment.
Amy Peavy
I enjoyed there out of the four stories... I still have no clue what happened in the third story....
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