Galactic North

Galactic North (ISBN 0-575-07910-X, published by Gollancz) is a collection of short stories by the science fiction author Alastair Reynolds. It comprises most of Reynold's short stories and novellas set in the Revelation Space universe.

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Alastair Reynolds - Bibliography - Short Fiction - Revelation Space
... Sleep" – Originally published in Interzone #39 (September 1990) reprinted in Galactic North "A Spy in Europa" – Originally published in Interzone #120 (June 1997) reprinted in The Year's Best Science ... and in Galactic North and posted free online at Infinity Plus "Galactic North" – Originally published in Interzone #145 (July 1999) reprinted in Space Soldiers (2001, ISBN 978-0-441-00824-7 ... and in Hayakawa's SF magazine and in Galactic North "Monkey Suit" – Originally published in Death Ray #20 (July 2009) reprinted in Deep Navigation ...
Summary of Short Stories - "Galactic North"
... In 4161, Irravel stops at the Pleiades cluster and meets the Conjoiners and Islanders on the planets in the star cluster ... Markarian is still fleeing her ...
Factions In Revelation Space - Interstellar Factions - Conjoiners
... February 2000, but republished in the collection of short Novellas, Galactic North (2006) ... in Spectrum SF #5 in March 2001, again republished in Galactic North (2006), which takes place at humanity's first interstellar colony ... In the afterword of Galactic North, Alastair Reynolds comments that the Conjoiners are not an entirely new concept, and may owe some of their origin to the Human Hive-mi ...
Revelation Space Universe - Books and Stories Set in The Universe - Short Fiction
... originally published in Interzone #39 (September 1990) reprinted in Galactic North "A Spy in Europa" — originally published in Interzone #120 (June 1997) reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction ... and in Galactic North and posted free online at Infinity Plus "Galactic North" — originally published in Interzone #145 (July 1999) reprinted in Space Soldiers (2001, ISBN 978-0-441 ... and in Hayakawa's SF magazine and in Galactic North "Monkey Suit" — originally published in Death Ray #20 (July 2009) reprinted in Deep Navigation ...

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