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About Gustavo Bondoni
Gustavo Bondoni is an Argentine writer with over three hundred stories published in fifteen countries, in seven languages. His latest novel is Jungle Lab Terror (2020). He has also published another monster book Ice Station: Death (2019), three science fiction novels: Incursion (2017), Outside (2017) and Siege (2016) and an ebook novella entitled Branch. His short fiction is collected in Pale Reflection (2020), Off the Beaten Path (2019) Tenth Orbit and Other Faraway Places (2010) and Virtuoso and Other Stories (2011).
In 2019, Gustavo was awarded second place in the Jim Baen Memorial Contest and in 2018 he received a Judges Commendation (and second place) in The James White Award. He was also a 2019 finalist in the Writers of the Future Contest.
His website is at www.gustavobondoni.com
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As long as the United States Constitution stood as a symbol of liberty and justice, worldwide authoritarians could never rest easy. The innate Human yearning to be free would forever threaten the iron heels under which they crushed their own people. Fueled by hatred of all that America stood for, the gathering of enemies who conspired to destroy her unwittingly unleashed a wave of worldwide destruction that engulfed their own nations. When America collapsed, most of the world crumbled with her.
In Europe, Asia, South America and Africa, invasion followed invasion, war followed war, leaving a broken world of ruin to those who are Standing Fast On Foreign Shores.
The answers to these and many other rhetorical questions lie within these pages.
“Contains some real gems.” -Publishers Weekly
“Thoughtful and compelling.” -Stony Brook Press
A haunted father who discovers a place where incomplete things—and people—are made whole. A mischievous satyr who hatches a plan to set loose chaos on a global scale. A workaholic witch in search of her kitty companion. Invasive technology to rewrite the human brain. Dragon slayers. Zombies. Time travelers. Ice skaters.
These twenty short stories stretch across multiple universes and beyond death—and yet, they remain intimate, personal, emotional. They demonstrate the strength of the human spirit to find hope and seek a better tomorrow in even the darkest times.
A selection of the best speculative fiction from DreamForge and Space & Time literary magazines, these are the stories we need today as we struggle through a pandemic, divisive politics, rampant misinformation, a belligerent defiance of facts and science, and new technologies that are already spiraling beyond our control.
Read, my friends… and take hope.
This short story anthology includes:
Answered Prayers By Scott Edelman
Pioneer By Mark Gallacher
The Ghost of a Smile By John Jos. Miller
The Spiral Ranch By Sarena Ulibarri
An Infinite Number By David Amburgey
Sing! & Remember By Lauren C. Teffeau
A Sip of Pombé By Gustavo Bondoni
Born from Memory By Jane Lindskold
Tea with Gibbons By Tyler Tork
The Weight of Mountains By L. Deni Colter
Sapiens By Davide Mana
The Dead Don’t Dream By Gordon Linzner
Collecting Violet By Austin Gragg
Humani By John Palisano
Joy of Life By Alessandro Manzetti
Artifact By Jonathan Maberry
The Feline, the Witch, and the Universe By Jennifer Shelby
Hands of a Toolmaker By Eric Del Carlo
A Farewell to Worms By John Linwood Grant
A Glass Darkly By Ian Rogers
This anthology features stories from:
B. Morris Allen, J.E. Bates, Jade Black, Gustavo Bondoni, Bokerah Brumley, Stephen Case, R. K. Duncan, M.C. Dwyer, Chloe Garner, Kelly A. Harmon, Pete Alex Harris, Ben Howels, Tom Jolly, Brandon M. Lindsay, Alice Loweecey, Jason J. McCuiston, Alex McGilvery, Ville Meriläinen, Jennifer R. Povey, Holly Lyn Walrath, Pat Woods, and Richard Zwicker.
Edited by Robert McCowen and C. J. Brightley.
Offer lasts until April 15th .Power up your portal gun and set the dials for the golden age of science fiction as we step back in time and space to where the genre really took flight. Asimov, Clarke, Heinlein, Vonnegut, Dick, Herbert, and Bradbury: these are some of the names which inspired a generation, creating visions of space travel, alien civilisations, advanced technology, and future worlds which still resonate with us today. Their visionary legacy lives on in RAYGUN RETRO, a collection of stories by some of the best up and coming authors in the genre, expanding upon the styles and themes which laid the foundation of science fiction as we know it.
A mercenary hunts creatures that shouldn't exist.
An agency investigates the death of one of their own.
Settle in for an evening of terror and suspense, from the trenches of World War I to the frozen Antarctic wastes to a creature that haunts the night streets of San Antonio. Welcome to Midnight Bites!
This volume contains the following novellas:
Goblin Hole by Adam Stemple
Frozen Meat by Gustavo Bondoni
Yanaguana by Elizabeth Donald
PRAISE FOR FOUL WOMB OF NIGHT:
From shadowy secret agencies to bomb-ravaged battlefields, this trio of scary stories is a spooky winner to the last page!
~John G. Hartness, Falstaff Books
Foul Womb of Night delivers big on originality, style and unrelenting dread. Each novella offers immersive settings, vivid characters and a pace that hooks you and keeps you reading. Horror lovers should eagerly await the next Midnight Bites release.
~Michele Tracy Berger, Author of Reenu-You.
"Terra! Tara! Terror!" is an original and varied collection of science fiction/fantasy, humor, and horror from an international group of contributors. Writers include Salinda Tyson, Marie Vibbert, Jen Downes, Evelyn Deshane, John Paul Davies, Steven Mathes, Diane Morrison, E.M. Sheehan, Michele Baron, Liam Hogan, Stefon Mears, K. G. Anderson, Kelly A. Harmon, Matthew Reardon, Samuel Chapman, Emmett Schlenz, Gustavo Bondoni, Melanie Rees, Kiki Gonglewski, Caroline Sciriha, Wulf Moon, Dan Micklethwaite, Rhonda Eikamp, Blake Jessop, Elizabeth Twist, and Josh Taylor. Special reprint by Robert Silverberg. Edited by Juliana Rew.
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.
you're a heroine? "Abbreviated Epics" from Third Flatiron Anthologies
is a double issue containing 19 very short fantasy adventures
featuring samurai and shield maidens, alternate history and steampunk,
and myths old and new. The issue also contains a reprint of Jo
Walton's epic poem, "Odin on the Tree."
"Abbreviated Epics" proudly showcases an international group of new and
established speculative fiction authors, who share with us just a
smidgen of the heroic and grand. Contributors include: Siobhan
Gallager, Iain Ishbel, Deborah Walker, Manuel Royal, Jordan Ashley
Moore, Martin Clark, Ben Solomon, Margarita Tenser, Gustavo Bondoni,
Adria Laycraft, Daniel Coble, Steve Coate, Jo Walton, Elliotte Rusty
Harold, Marissa James, Jake Teeny, Alison McBain, Patricia S. Bowne,
Stephen D. Rogers, and Robin Wyatt Dunn.
issue packed with 26 stories of the weird, wild, and magical.
"Ain't Superstitious" from Third Flatiron offers the overheated
imaginings of an international array of storytellers, including Amy
Aderman, Ken Altabef, James Aquilone, Christina Bates, Gustavo
Bondoni, Maureen Bowden, Spencer Carvalho, John Paul Davies, Sarina
Dorie, Judith Field, Adele Gardner, Lyn Godfrey, Bruce Golden, Eric
J. Guignard, John Hegenberger, Benjamin Jacobson, K. T. Katzmann,
E. E. King, Andrew Kozma, Jacob M. Lambert, Kevin Lauderdale, Gerri
Leen, Dennis Mombauer, Will Morton, Sean O'Dea, and A. P. Sessler.