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Manuel Royal, like Tristram Shandy, was born with a broken nose and thenceforth meandered through an endless series of digressions. He will die. In between, he lives and writes in Atlanta, Georgia.
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But what if they weren't? What if humans were the ones who all the other aliens talked about, in tones of appreciation, fear, or utter confusion? What if humans weren't the boring ones, but the weirdest things among the stars?
28 authors explore some of the many ways that we can be the talk of the cosmos.
HorrorTree.com is the free online resource for writers in the field of speculative fiction. As well as Trembling With Fear, you will find the latest industry submission calls, articles, and interviews. It is not to be missed!
From searing poetry drawn from a Native American perspective to essays chronicling the marginalization of LGBT people, to the crime fiction of new Americans and writers whose ancestors were brought to the country in bondage, Strangers in a Strange Land examines the intersection of hope and despair that defines the immigrant experience.
With works by Walter Koenig, Linda Rodriguez, Patricia Abbott, Teresa Roman, R.C. Barnes, James B. Nicola, Eric Beetner, Katherine Tomlinson, Heath Lowrance, Kimmy Dee, Mark Rogers, Sheikha A., Mark Hauer, Berkeley Hunt, Manuel Royal, Kathleen Alcalá, Christine Mathewson, Veronica Marie Lewis-Shaw, Zoe Chang, and James L’Etoile.
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.
Just remember—one sitting, one read! Others are waiting!
“For the bathroom, for the bedroom, for the bus to work, for that chair in the department store where bored spouses sit while their wives or husbands try on new clothes… this is a perfect way to entertain yourself during idle moments in a way that won’t rot your mind. Read this and have fun.” —Allen Steele on SF for the Throne
Featuring stories by: E.C. Ambrose, Erik Bundy, Michael A. Burstein, Gregg Chamberlain, Ian Creasey, Lillian Csernica, Elaine Cunningham, Wendy S. Delmater, S.B. Divya, Sarina Dorie, Marianne J. Dyson, Christopher M. Easton, Julie Frost, Jude-Marie Green, Michael Haynes, Russell Hemmell, Liam Hogan, M.X. Kelly, Ahmed A. Khan, Daniel M. Kimmel, Geoffrey A. Landis, Amir Lane, Jim Lee, Gerri Leen, Edward M. Lerner, Bob Lock, Susan Murrie Macdonald, Sarah Micklem, Kurt Newton, Wendy Nikel, Stephen S. Power, Nicole Robb, Manuel Royal, Alex Shvartsman, Steven H Silver, Laurie Tom, Marie Vibbert, John Walters, Cynthia Ward, Donna Glee Williams
In this edition, you will find ten stories from the age of jazz and diesel, with hard boiled detectives, fast talking time travelers, bakelite automatons, body hopping cultists, ambitious aviators, a Tesla powered metropolis, and the Fairy King himself in Weimar Berlin.
Welcome to our fall exhibits of wonders and curiosities.
Have you ever traversed the universe on a completely organic spaceship? Or experienced the foreboding secrets of Mars? Did that itchy rash you scratched, try to scratch you back? Or do you just need to change your socks?
Volume One features stories by Will Schmitz, Lori Bowen, Gennady Favel, Henry Dane, Jeffrey Van Tuyl, Ralph Greco Jr., Eric Zipper, Ron Sacdalan, Brian Olszewski, Manuel Royal, Rodney Loy, and Tracy Biggerstaff.