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Cover of 1997 edition (paperback)
Editors Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois
Cover artist Jean-Francois Podevin
CountryUnited States
Series Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois Ace anthology series
GenreScience fiction
Publisher Ace Books
Publication date
Media typePrint (Paperback)
ISBN 0-441-00428-8
OCLC 36381503
Preceded by Hackers  
Followed by Clones  

Timegates is a 1997 anthology of short stories edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois.


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