Tag: anthologies

New Book Release: “The Future’s So Bright”

We are thrilled to announce the release of our latest anthology, The Future's So Bright! Out of the darkness of the present comes the light of the days ahead … From all the good things provided by advanced AI to the innocence of discovering new worlds, join our authors as they present uplifting stories of science fiction and fantasy. Featuring stories by Kevin David Anderson, Maureen Bowden, Steven D. Brewer, Nels Challinor, Regina Clarke, Stephen C. Curro, Jetse de Vries, Nestor Delfino, Gail Ann Gibbs, Henry Herz, Gwen C. Katz, Brandon Ketchum, Julia LaFond, R. Jean Mathieu, Syn McDonald, Christopher Muscato, Alfred Smith, A.M. Weald, and David Wright. The Future's So Bright is available now in hardcover, trade paperback, and digital editions.

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Welcome to “The Truck Stop at the Center of the Galaxy”

At the center of the galaxy rests a mystery — a fully-functional space station abandoned by an alien race for centuries. Now a thriving hub for interstellar commerce and tourism, the station still contains more mysteries than you might imagine … We are extremely excited to be able to finally announce the publication of the first story in our new series, "The Truck Stop at the Center of the Galaxy", as author Steve Soult introduces you to "The Stargazer Gift Shop"! What would you buy at the Stargazer Gift Shop at the center of the galaxy? "The Stargazer Gift Shop"...

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Call for Submissions: “The Future’s So Bright …”

If you could catch a glimpse of the future, what would you hope to see? An environmentally-friendly paradise? High-tech advancements? Newly-evolved species of wildlife? For this collection, we want positive visions of the future. Show us terraces covered in gardens and solar panels, sprawling colonies under glass on Mars, and the explorers of tomorrow. Tell us what you think cities will look like in the year 2300, what it would be like to take a cruise on a spaceship, or what new organisms might evolve in the Amazon rain forest. Science fiction, fantasy, humor, and weird fiction are all welcome.

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