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Obviously there won't be a 36th annual edited by Dozois. Just like Year's Best SF didn't outlive Hartwell by much. (And only that because Kathryn Cramer had been doing a lot of the work and was able to carry it on for a few years.) That said, there are other collections and I have no doubt that any story that Dozois would have selected will find a home. ...


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Could this be The "Illustrated Treasury of Modern Literature for Children"? Published in 1985 by Exeter Books of NY. This eBay listing: https://www.ebay.com/itm/The-Illustrated-Treasury-of-Modern-Literature-for-Children-1985-Exeter-Books-NY-/264249234220 shows that the authors include Margaret Mahy, Alan Garner and Joan Aiken (to match DannyMcG's comment ...


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TL;DR: you're looking for the manga adaptation of Calling You by Otsuichi, translated into English in 2007. The two stories you remember are Kizu and Calling You. The first story you remember is Kizu (2003). From MyAnimeList: In Keigo's school, all the troubled kids are grouped into one class -- the troublemakers, the abused kids, and the scarred ones. ...


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