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  • Ted Chiang's "Exhalation" is perhaps best described as a mechanical man's notes on the scientific method used to discern the true nature of life: that it is predicating on changing air pressure.

    REVIEW: Eclipse Two edited by Jonathan Strahan

  • Avi sez, StarShipSofa has made a podcast of Ted Chiang's amazing new story: 'Exhalation'.

    Boing Boing

  • Ted Chiang's "Exhalation" (originally reviewed with Eclipse Two edited by Jonathan Strahan) is perhaps best described as a mechanical man's notes on the scientific method used to discern the true nature of life: that it is predicating on changing air pressure.

    REVIEW: 2009 Hugo Award Short Fiction Nominees

  • "Exhalation" by Ted Chiang, my first exposure to his work, is set on an all-metal world, where the inhabitants breathe argon and go about living otherwise normal lives, the removal of filled and/or dirty lungs withstanding, of course.

    Take a breath, then read this story

  • Best Main Fiction: "Exhalation" by Ted Chiang (ep #66)

    WINNERS: 2010 Sofanaut Awards

  • Ted Chiang's "Exhalation" (originally reviewed in Eclipse Two) is perhaps best described as a mechanical man's notes on the scientific method used to discern the true nature of life: that it is predicating on changing air pressure.

    AUDIO REVIEW: The Year's Top Ten Tales of Science Fiction edited by Allan Kaster

  • Jonathan Strahan tells us that the full text of Ted Chiang's Hugo story "Exhalation", which appeared in Strahan's anthology Eclipse Two, now online.

    Free Fiction for 3/24/09

  • Jonathan Strahan tells us that the full text of Ted Chiang's Hugo story "Exhalation", which appeared in Strahan's anthology Eclipse Two, now online.

    March 2009

  • BEST SHORT STORY: "Exhalation" by Ted Chiang (Eclipse Two, also: audio version)

    WINNERS: 2009 Hugo Awards

  • Have not read: "Exhalation" by Ted Chiang Eclipse Two, also: audio version

    Hugo and Nebula nominated short stories

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