Iraq + 100 makes the Guardian's Best SF and Fantasy of 2016

Iraq + 100 continues to impress readers and gain momentum, today featuring in The Guardian's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Books of 2016.

In an article which hailed 2016 as 'the year in which western audiences began to wake up to the excellence and diversity of genre voices from around the world', Iraq + 100 - which featured an array of Iraqi writers, based both in Iraq and elsewhere across the globe - and its specially commissioned stories set 100 years after 2003 invasion yielded  'fascinating results', according to Adam Roberts, a sci-fi writer himself. 

You can read the full article, which also features short story writer Ted Chiang, 
NK Jemisin and South African writer Nick Wood, here.

Iraq + 100 is available on our website and in all good book shops.