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Published continuously since 1968, Locus is the monthly trade magazine of the science fiction and fantasy publishing industry. Every February it runs an extensive survey of the original SF and fantasy published in the previous year, and compiles a list of books and stories that its editors and reviewers particularly recommend. Tor.com is proud that six of our original offer Published continuously since 1968, Locus is the monthly trade magazine of the science fiction and fantasy publishing industry. Every February it runs an extensive survey of the original SF and fantasy published in the previous year, and compiles a list of books and stories that its editors and reviewers particularly recommend. Tor.com is proud that six of our original offerings from 2010 were included among this year's Locus recommendations, and in commemoration of that, here are all six of those stories. Contents: * The Fermi Paradox is Our Business Model - Charlie Jane Anders * The Cage - A.M. Dellamonica * The Courtship of the Queen - Bruce McAllister * Clockwork Fairies - Cat Rambo * The Monster's Million Faces - Rachel Swirsky * What Doctor Gottlieb Saw - Ian Tregillis


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Published continuously since 1968, Locus is the monthly trade magazine of the science fiction and fantasy publishing industry. Every February it runs an extensive survey of the original SF and fantasy published in the previous year, and compiles a list of books and stories that its editors and reviewers particularly recommend. Tor.com is proud that six of our original offer Published continuously since 1968, Locus is the monthly trade magazine of the science fiction and fantasy publishing industry. Every February it runs an extensive survey of the original SF and fantasy published in the previous year, and compiles a list of books and stories that its editors and reviewers particularly recommend. Tor.com is proud that six of our original offerings from 2010 were included among this year's Locus recommendations, and in commemoration of that, here are all six of those stories. Contents: * The Fermi Paradox is Our Business Model - Charlie Jane Anders * The Cage - A.M. Dellamonica * The Courtship of the Queen - Bruce McAllister * Clockwork Fairies - Cat Rambo * The Monster's Million Faces - Rachel Swirsky * What Doctor Gottlieb Saw - Ian Tregillis

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    Excellent group of stories, particularly 'The Cage' and 'What Doctor Gottlieb Saw.' Excellent group of stories, particularly 'The Cage' and 'What Doctor Gottlieb Saw.'

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