The Best Science Fiction of the Year: Volume Six
BEYOND THE TATTERED VEIL OF STARS by Mercurio D. Rivera
A scientist has created a simulation of Earth where mammals did not end up as the dominant species. She uses the sentient amphibians of that Earth to solve planetary problems. The amphibians are not happy with the suffering their gods impose on them. Do they have rights or are their lives irrelevant? And other fascinating questions. Loved it.
Mercurio D. Rivera’s short fiction has been nominated for the World Fantasy Award and won readers’ awards for Asimov’s and Interzone magazines. […]
You can find him online at mercuriorivera.com.