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Committed to that difficult road, Voyager's crew was rewarded with unimaginable experiences on strange and fantastic worlds, encountering exotic alien species and astonishing phenomena...and challenged along the way by conflicts from within as well as from without. Yet none of their adventures tempered their shared determination to find a way back to friends and family.
IN THE 31ST CENTURY, LIFE IS CHEAP...
A Draconis Combine warrior struggles with immoral orders in the First Succession War. A House Davion MechWarrior participates in a risky heist as part of Operation Guerrero. A history buff battles the Word of Blake during the Liberation of Terra. What do these MechWarriors have in common? Each one pilots the same BattleMech, a survivor that has been repaired and rebuilt countless times throughout its long and bloody 300-year lifespan.
...BATTLEMECHS ARE NOT.
The 70-ton GHR-5H Grasshopper can outmaneuver and outlast some of the most fearsome enemy ’Mechs, making it an invaluable asset to battlefield commanders. Even an incapacitated Grasshopper will be rebuilt to fight another day, with a new pilot at its controls, because MechWarriors can be replaced, but ’Mechs cannot.
In BattleTech: Legacy, thirteen all-new stories chronicle the fortunes and tragedies of a single ’Mech across several tumultuous points in its wide-ranging combat history. Veteran BattleTech authors Kevin Killiany and Craig A. Reed, Jr. bookend this exciting collection, while other familiar names and new blood explore important moments in this ’Mech’s history of constant, unmitigated warfare that leaves no corner of the Inner Sphere untouched.
Fringe Science delves into the science, science fiction, and pseudoscience of Fringe with a collection of essays on everything from alternate universes to time travel to genetically targeted toxins, as well as discussions on the show’s moral philosophy and the consequences of playing God.
- MIT physics professor Max Tegmark illuminates the real-life possibilities of parallel universes
- Stephen Cass, founding editor of Discover’s Science Not Fiction blog and a senior editor with Technology Review, unravels Fringe’s use of time travel
- Award-winning science fiction historian Amy H. Sturgis walks us through the show’s literary and television ancestors, from the 1800s on
- Television Without Pity staff writer Jacob Clifton looks at the role of the scientist, and scientific redemption, through the ever-shifting role of Massive Dynamic
- Garth Sundem, bestselling author of Brain Candy, explores the mysterious way that memory works, from why Walter forgets to how Olivia remembers
- Paul Levinson, award-winning author of The Silk Code, shows how Fringe re-invents themes from golden-age 1950s science fiction
And more, from lab cow Gene’s scientific résumé to why the Observers should be wearing white lab coats.
Every story in this new book will feature the distinctive style of the 70s, transported to thrilling new worlds, fleets, and conflicts in the farthest and most exciting reaches of the universe. Groove to tales of cosmic heroes in bellbottoms and platform shoes…alien ships like glittering mirror balls…soundtracks of gritty soul, disco, and hard rock. You'll find everything from kung fu fighting to streetwise private dicks…all souped up with incredible ray gun/rocketship action brought to sizzling life by some of the most talented scifi scribes of today and tomorrow.
Blast off with this galaxy of stories by a Star Trek screenwriter, a Nebula Award winner, comic book superstars, New York Times bestsellers, indie publishing giants, and more! Buckle up for the latest dazzling adventures by Marc Scott Zicree, Dean Wesley Smith, Cat Rambo, Peter David, Ian Douglas, Robert Jeschonek, Craig Martelle, Blaze Ward, Ron Collins, Annie Reed, Mike Baron, Mark Leslie Lefebvre, and Jim Gotaas...plus an introduction by the one and only Barbara Bain, who played Dr. Helena Russell on classic 70s scifi TV series Space: 1999.
* Professor Gregory Stevenson considers the true meaning of horror and what “Supernatural's” characters have to say about the human (and demonic) potential in all of us Super-Wiki team member
* Jules Wilkinson gives Dean’s ’67 Chevy Impala her due
* Television Without Pity’s Jacob Clifton looks at the feminine in “Supernatural's” world of shotguns, muscle cars and masculine bravado (it’s more influential, and more pervasive, than you think)
* “Supernatural” RPG writer Jamie Chambers outlines demon-hunting on the cheap—and what it has to do with “Supernatural's” appeal
* Contemporary fantasy author Tanya Huff delves into the psychology of John Winchester
* Fan Sheryl A. Rakowski (one of the three winners of the Supernatural.tv/Smart Pop “Supernatural” Essay Contest) shows how the boys’ biggest weakness—their need for each other—is also the biggest strength they possess, no matter what the Trickster says
* Writer Shanna Swendson mines the sources of “Supernatural's” monsters, from folktales to urban legends, and deems Dean and Sam our modern-day keepers of the lore
And much more!
Pulphouse Fiction Magazine: Back after over twenty years. A three-time Hugo Award nominated magazine, Pulphouse returns with eighteen fantastic stories by some of the best writers working in modern short fiction.
No genre limitations, no topic limitations, just great stories.
Table of Contents
“Spud Wrangler” by Kent Patterson
“Savage Breasts” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
“The Library of Orphaned Hearts” by Annie Reed
“Cooties” by J. Steven York
“Don’t Make Me Take off My Sunglasses” by O’Neil De Noux
“A Breath Holding Contest” by Ray Vukcevich
“Jesus at the Bat” by Esther M. Friesner
“Inside the Sphere” by M. L. Buchman
“The Bee Man” by Dan C. Duval
“Catastrophe Baker and a Canticle for Leibowitz” by Mike Resnick
“Back to Nature” by Jerry Oltion
“Chrome Bimbos” by Steve Perry
“The Writing on the Wall” by Kevin J. Anderson
“Coyote and the Amazing Herbal Formula” by Sabrina Chase
“Salt” by T. Thorn Coyle
“Queen and Fool” by Dayle A. Dermatis
“Hand Fast” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
“A Little Song, A Little Dance, A Little Apocalypse Down Your Pants” by Robert T. Jeschonek
“Minions at Work 2.0: 4th Wall Broken” by J. Steven York
Seventeen stories of heroes and anti-heroes on desperate journeys, white knuckles on steering wheels, hearts pounding to the staccato beat of magnum hollow points slamming against flesh and steel.
Seventeen stories of hard-bitten souls hurtling over asphalt, the desert, the sea, and even through space itself in adventures fueled by vengeance, betrayal, madness, and murder.
Seventeen stories of tough justice, redemption, and salvation.
"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
Hello my Earthling! Hello my starling!
Hello my space-time alien gal!
A baker’s dozen of tales about creatures from outer space who may or may not have boldly gone where they really shouldn’t have. Tales of aliens who test the creatures of Earth…tales of Earthlings who test the creatures from other planets…aliens who attack…aliens who defend…and aliens who are a little too close for comfort.
Prepare to discover realms at the furthest edges of human imagination.
From the depths of outer space…
To the depths of the sea…
To Portland…and beyond!
Featuring stories by:
Travis Heermann · Rebecca Hodgkins · Charles Eugene Anderson & Jim LeMay · Meyari McFarland · Jason Dias · Debbie Mumford · Ron Collins · Shannon Lawrence · Jamie Ferguson · Stefon Mears · Thea Hutcheson · Robert Jeschonek · DeAnna Knippling
AMAZING MONSTER TALES
Amazing Monster Tales is a series of monster anthologies full of fast-paced action-adventure stories. Whether you love monsters or fear them, they are the coolest! This series features a mix of classic monsters and monsters that you’ve never seen before!
Look for INTO THE BRINY DEEP…and watch out for the sea monsters!
The Cutting Edge of Modern Short Fiction
A three-time Hugo Award nominated magazine, this issue of Pulphouse Fiction Magazine offers up eighteen fantastic stories by some of the best writers working in modern short fiction. No genre limitations, no topic limitations, just great stories. Attitude, feel, and high quality fiction equals Pulphouse.
“This is definitely a strong start. All the stories have a lot of life to them, and are worthwhile reading.”—Tangent Online on Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, Issue #1
“Valley Girl Vampire to Save the World” by Stephanie Writt
“The Warrior Women of Apartment 3C” by Annie Reed
“Breathing in the Stars” by Robert J. McCarter
“Retired from Henching” by Ezekiel James Boston
“The Networked Path of the Cyber Zamurai” by David Bruns
“Disturbing the Peace” by O'Neil De Noux
“The Rhythm Method: The Percussor’s Tale” by Kevin J. Anderson and Neil Peart
“C is for Sissies” by Kent Patterson
“The Preacher's Kid and the 2004 Red Sox” by David H. Hendrickson
“From the Good Old Days” by Jim Gotaas
“The Art of the Prank Phone Call” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
“Human Subjects” by Ray Vukcevich
“Planet Suds and the Sockpocalypse” by Lisa Silverthorne
“Just Desserts” by R.W. Wallace
“Obsession” by Jerry Oltion
“Flowers for Mother” by J. Steven York
“For the Love of Books” by Jason A. Adams
“The Spinach Can's Son” by Robert Jeschonek
“Minions at Work: Bar None” by J. Steven York
ISSUE 12: January 2015
Mike Resnick, Editor
Shahid Mahmud, Publisher
Special tie-in with the movie PREDESTINATION. Includes “All You Zombies—“ by Robert A. Heinlein (short story the movies is based on), an interview with the Spierig Brothers (the Directors of the movie) and a special column on “All You Zombies—“ and Robert A. Heinlein by Barry Malzberg.
Stories by: Robert T. Jeschonek, Gardner Dozois, Sandra M. Odell, Maureen McHugh, Ron Friedman, Robert A. Heinlein, Zaslow Crane, Jack McDevitt, Andrea G. Stewart, Tina Gower
Serialization: Melodies of the Heart by Michael Flynn
Columns by: Barry Malzberg, Gregory Benford
Book Reviews: Paul Cook.
Interview: Joy Ward interviews Michael and Peter Spierig
Galaxy’s Edge is a bi-monthly (every two months) magazine published by Phoenix Pick, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Arc Manor, an award winning independent press based in Maryland. Each issue of the magazine has a mix of new and old (reprint) stories, a serialization of a novel, columns by Barry Malzberg and Gregory Benford, book reviews by Paul Cook and an interview conducted by Joy Ward.