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About Brandon Crilly
An Ottawa teacher by day, Brandon Crilly has been previously published by On Spec, The 2017 Young Explorer’s Adventure Guide, and Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation. He received an Honorable Mention in the 2016 Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards, reviews fiction for BlackGate.com and develops programming for Can-Con in Ottawa. You can find Brandon at brandoncrilly.wordpress.com or on Twitter: @B_Crilly.
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Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation is the first anthology to broadly collect solarpunk short fiction, artwork, and poetry. A new genre for the 21st Century, solarpunk is a revolution against despair. Focusing on solutions to environmental disasters, solarpunk envisions a future of green, sustainable energy used by societies that value inclusiveness, cooperation, and personal freedom.
Edited by Phoebe Wagner and Brontë Christopher Wieland, Sunvault focuses on the stories of those inhabiting the crucial moments when great change can be made by people with the right tools; stories of people living during tipping points, and the spaces before and after them; and stories of those who fight to effect change and seek solutions to ecological disruption.
Contributors include Elgin Award nominee Kristine Ong Muslim, New York Times bestselling author Daniel José Older, James Tiptree, Jr. Award winner Nisi Shawl, World Fantasy Award winner Lavie Tidhar, and Lambda Literary Awards finalist A.C. Wise, as well as Jess Barber, Santiago Belluco, Lisa M. Bradley, Chloe N. Clark, Brandon Crilly, Yilun Fan and translator S. Qiouyi Lu, Jaymee Goh, José M. Jimenez, Maura Lydon, Camille Meyers, Lev Mirov, joel nathanael, Clara Ng, Sara Norja, Brandon O’Brien, Jack Pevyhouse, Bethany Powell, C. Samuel Rees, Iona Sharma, Karyn L. Stecyk, Bogi Takács, Aleksei Valentín, T.X. Watson, Nick Wood, and Tyler Young.
"All the Wealth in the World" by Alan Baxter,
"Ravages of Time" and "Letting Go" by Alex Shvartsman,
"An Old-Time Girl" by Barbara Krasnoff,
"The Day the Future Invaded" by Beth Powers,
"Moments" by Brandon Crilly,
"A Murder of Crows" by Brenda Anderson,
"Where There's a Will" by Brian K. Lowe,
"Futures" and "Aardvark Says Moo" by Cat Rambo,
"Again" by David Afsharirad,
"Sibyl" by Deborah Walker,
"What Does a Time Machine Cost?" by Elliotte Rusty Harold,
"Twins Again" by Éric Picholle,
"You Can Always Change the Past" by George Nikolopoulos,
"Afternoon Break" by Gregg Chamberlain,
"Grandma Was a Time Machine" by H.L. Fullerton,
"1-9-4-Blue-3-7-2-6-Gamma-Tetrahedron" by Ian Randal Strock,
"Going Back for Seconds" by Jez Patterson,
"Long Lines of Communication are Easily Tangled" by John Dromey,
"Memories of My Mother" by Ken Liu,
"The Last of Time" by Ken Poyner,
"Time Zone" by Kevin J. Anderson,
"Now Open" by KJ Kabza,
"In Defense of the End of the World" by Leah Cypess,
"Repeat Performance" by Liam Hogan,
"The Vitruvian Farmer" by Marcelina Vizcarra,
"My Ribs a Cage" by Marissa Harwood,
"Isaac Intrepid's Paradox" by Mike Resnick,
"They Have Been at a Great Feast of Languages, and Stol’n the Scraps" by Robert Bagnall,
"Tempus Fugitive" by Robert Jeschonek,
"The Assassin" by Robert Silverberg,
"Unveiled" by Ron Friedman,
"A Time for Peace" by S.R. Algernon,
"When the World Stopped" by Siri Paulson,
"The First Time they Murder Billy" by Stephen S. Power,
"Proceedings from the First and Only Sixteenth Annual One-Woman Symposium on Time Manipulation" by Stewart Baker,
"One Year Later" by Wendy Nikel
You'll love this collection of science fiction stories, because it's stuffed full of amazing futuristic excitement!
Zip through the stars in spaceships while exploring uncharted universes in these amazing adventures for girls, boys and robots of all ages!
Get it now, and blast off today!
Did you ever go camping as a kid and sit around the fire at night listening to scary stories? Creepy Campfire Quarterly features horror fiction from some of the most talented writers across the globe. Dark, disturbing, dramatic, or just down right creepy, these stories will entertain you. And perhaps the next time you are around a campfire, you’ll find yourself recounting a few of these haunting tales…
Featuring works from the newest crop of modern horror writers:
Eric I. Dean,
W. E. Mitchell,
Gregory L. Norris,
A man finds out he has more in common with a pig than he ever thought possible. A spectator who witnessed the end of the world climbs out from his murky home to see what remains of humanity. A cave explorer finds something sinister lurking in an asteroid on the outer edge of the Solar System. Issue 4 of Nonlocal Science Fiction is jam packed with the science fiction goodness you have come to expect. This issue features 7 stellar short stories and the fourth chapter of Thad Kanupp's epic post-apocalyptic serial, Deal Gone Bad.
Inside, you'll find...
Filtered Blue by Richard Mark Ankers
The sole survivors of the nuclear war were the subjugated many who dwelt in underwater slums. One of their number braves the surface to figure out what went wrong.
Vagrants by Logan Garner
A homeless man struggles to survive in a grim future, eating the structural slime that grows on the surface of the bridge under which he makes his home. Which will kill him first, the sludge that he eats or the thugs that control the local soup kitchen?
The Lathesia Link by David Humphrey
A mining company hopes a nearby asteroid will be a source of valuable metals. The expert spelunker they send to explore its many caves finds that it hides a deadly secret.
Hoofer by Mark A. Rapp and S. Fitzgerald Clark
If their new FTL drive works, it will change the course of human history. The lead engineer on the project hopes to finish it before he goes under the knife, the recipient of a cloned heart grown inside Gene, a pig.
A Bright Infinite Future by Michael Saad
Civil unrest on a faraway planet is brought to the forefront of the Earth media through the efforts of one fearless reporter. Will her diligent reporting be enough to shift the tide in the El Fiesti fight for freedom?
Rational Control by Brandon Crilly
Where do our ideas come from? Are humans naturally creative, or are we inspired by outside forces? What might happen if those forces pushed a little too hard?
The Girl in the Blue Dress by Adam Vine
A mysterious stranger in a blue dress can be found in the crowds surrounding nearly every great disaster in human history. What is she doing, and what does she want?
Deal Gone Bad, Chapter 4 by Thad Kanupp
With a long road ahead of them, Jack and Ray need a little help as they make their way towards Ornell. They stop to scavenge some spare parts to fix a new friend and get it up and running.
What is a keystone? It's the central stone at the summit of an arch, locking the whole together, something on which other things depend for support, the heart or core of something, the crux. In storytelling, it is the pivotal message or character who makes it all happen.
The international group of contributors to "Keystone Chronicles" make this a unique and varied collection that is sure to please fans of speculative fiction. Contributors include Marilyn K. Martin, Sierra July, Brandon Crilly, Maureen Bowden, Edward Palumbo, Judith Field, Zerrin Otgur, Desmond Warzel, Gustavo Bondoni, A. P. Sessler, John Marr, Bear Kosik, John M. Campbell, Sam Muller, Sharon Diane King, Bascomb James, Larry Lefkowitz, Art Lasky, and Damian Sheridan.
Featuring more than two dozen pieces!
Tides of Possibility is a proudly independent anthology presenting some of the most distinct rising voices in the genre. A new generation of science fiction is beginning, and the Houston Writers Guild has brought their words to print.
Among these stories are...
The first in a series of anthologies from the Houston Writer's Guild.
Tides of Possibility launches a multi-book project for the HWG, followed quickly by the Tides of Impossibility fantasy anthology, both produced using funds faithfully pledged by local readers. Check out both anthologies and find out what kind of worlds the writers of Space City can imagine!