Dozois, ed. - The Year's Best Science Fiction
, 27th and 28th Annual (missed last year's)
de Camp - The Queen of Zamba
(been looking for this for years under either title)
It's real cute what they're doing these days - the 28th is half the thickness of any of 1-27. At least it contains the same wordage/pageage, but it's on onion-skin paper, basically. I can see the damned paper shrinking into pixels right now. "We'll force you to read e-books whether you want to or not, by making the books so crappy they might as well be paperless nobacks! Mwahahaha!"
Anyway, glad to have these, even so.
-- Weird. I typed this up almost two hours ago and came back to my browser window and realized I'd never posted it. Anyway, I've now read the Summation and what does he talk about? The explosion of e-books.
And I now have a headache from seeing the backwards text on the other side of the page underlaying the text on the reading side of the page which is, itself, black on gray paper.