Series: Year's Best Fantasy

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Year's Best Fantasy by David G. Hartwell2001
Year's Best Fantasy 2 by David G. Hartwell2002
Year's Best Fantasy 3 by David Hartwell2003
Year's Best Fantasy 4 by David Hartwell2004
Year's Best Fantasy 5 by David Hartwell2005
Year's Best Fantasy 6 by David G. Hartwell2006
Year's Best Fantasy 7 by David G. Hartwell2007
Year's Best Fantasy 8 by David G. Hartwell2008
Year's Best Fantasy 9 by David G. Hartwell2009

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  1. Fantasy: The Best of 2004 by Jonathan Strahan (2005)
  2. The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Nineteenth Annual Collection by Ellen Datlow (2006)
  3. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume One by Jonathan Strahan (2007)
  4. Year's Best SF 11 by David G. Hartwell (2006)
  5. My Favorite Fantasy Story by Martin H. Greenberg (2000)
  6. Fantasy: The Best of the Year, 2007 Edition by Rich Horton (2007)
  7. The Year's Best Science Fiction: Eighth Annual Collection by Gardner R. Dozois (1991)
  8. Flights: Extreme Visions of Fantasy by Al Sarrantonio (2004)
  9. DAW 30th Anniversary Fantasy Anthology by Elizabeth Rosalind Wollheim (2002)
  10. Wizards: Magical Tales From the Masters of Modern Fantasy by Jack Dann (2007)
  11. Treasures of Fantasy by Margaret Weis (1997)
  12. The Fantasy Hall of Fame by Robert Silverberg (1983)
  13. The Solaris Book of New Fantasy by George Mann (2007)
  14. Emerald Magic: Great Tales of Irish Fantasy by Andrew M. Greeley (2001)
  15. Songs of the Dying Earth: Stories in Honor of Jack Vance by George R. R. Martin (2009)

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