Anyone know anything about an anthology titled Destination 3001, edited by Robert Silverberg and Jacques Chambon?
It was published by Flammarion and/or Imagine in 2000; it consisted of a bunch of stories set in and around the year 3000. One such story was Nancy Kress's "My Mother, Dancing," which was recently reprinted in Asimov's (warning: the version I'm linking to, on the Asimov's site, is only the beginning of the story; I wish whoever runs that site would include a note at the top of their story excerpts making clear that they're excerpts); another was Joe Haldeman's "Four Short Novels," which was reprinted last year in F&SF and is on this year's Hugo ballot.
One might think that prior publication would make the Haldeman story ineligible (and I wish both magazines had made clearer that these stories had been published before), but I'm beginning to think that the anthology was in French.
Which would mean that several top English-speaking sf authors wrote stories in English, and then those stories were translated into French and published, and some of them are only now appearing in their original language for the first time. (The anthology also featured several stories by French sf authors, but I don't know anything about those.)
Anyone know more? There are several web pages about Destination 3001, but almost all of them (including this review) are in French, and I don't speak French, and machine translation isn't as useful as one might wish for this sort of thing.