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About Nathan M. Beauchamp
Nathan M. Beauchamp started writing stories at nine-years-old and never stopped. From his first grisly tales about carnivorous catfish, mole detectives, and cyborg housecats, his interests have always delved into strange waters. Nathan is an academic mercenary (Adjunct Professor of English), and earns paltry sums in exchange for warping young minds. His hobbies include photography, reading, arguing for sport, pondering the eventual heat death of the universe, and sarcasm. He has published many short stories in magazines and anthologies and holds an MFA in creative writing from Western State Colorado University. Nathan co-created the award winning YA science fiction series Universe Eventual where he writes under the pseudonym N.J. Tanger (www.njtanger.com).
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Daniel Arthur Smith presents OCEANS: THE ANTHOLOGY, book 2 of the 2 book Frontiers of Speculative Fiction series that began with the top-ranking CLONES: The Anthology!
Technology evolves faster than we do.
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Foreword by Chuck Wendig
Cover art by Daniele Serra
Interior illustrations by Luke Spooner
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Monster Season by Joshua Blair
Cat Calls by Rebecca Jones-Howe
Ceremony of the White Dog by Kevin Catalano
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Single Lens Reflection by Jason Metz
The Mother by Nathan Beauchamp
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When We Taste of Death by Damien Angelica Walters
Figure Eight by Brendan Detzner
My Mother’s Condition by Faith Gardner
Fragile Magic by Alex Kane
The Eye Liars by Sarah Read
Searching for Gloria by W. P. Johnson
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Dull Boy by David James Keaton
Brujeria for Beginners by Marytza Rubio
Heirloom by Kenneth Cain
The Owl and the Cigarette by Amanda Gowin
Desert Ghosts by Mark Jaskowski
Blood Price by Axel Taiari
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