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Nuns. With Guns.
I challenged folks to give me a story with that as their theme. Here are nearly twenty authors who answered that crazy call, ranging from fantasy to science fiction. Modern. Historic. Urban fantasy and gritty realism.
Come with us now on an amazing journey into other lands and other minds, as we explore what it means to first become a nun, and then to take up the sword.
Or the gun.
Part of the Blaze Ward Presents anthology series, be sure to pick up An Interpretation of Moles and I Like My Science...MAD! wherever you get your books.
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!
Whether you’re sitting around a campfire, or staying up late to read—you’ll eventually have to turn off the light, you know—you’ll love these fifteen tales of ghosts, haunted houses, and spooky goings-on!
Imagine waking every day in an old house, unable to leave the grounds because every time you do you get lost in the gray mist. What if the haunted section in the library was actually haunted? Seeing a ghost in a haunted house would be one thing...but what if it followed you home?
Step into the haunted worlds of the fifteen ghostly tales in Hauntings...if you dare!
Jump into the waves, and enter the world of Faerie!
On a rock by the shore sits a mermaid fair
Dreaming of her lost lover as she combs her hair
Kelpies, and selkies, and the great snakes of the sea
All stop and listen as she sings of a love never to be
For the sailor she saved from those dark, storm-tossed waves
Got back on his ship, and sailed away
Now the mermaid's alone, with broken-hearted dreams
And far, far away the sailor stares out at the sea
Fifteen stories about mermaids, kelpies, and other magical water creatures.
What if the Loch Ness monster is more than a myth?
Where did the Lady of the Lake go after leaving Avalon?
Can a mermaid ever truly leave the sea, and follow her lover to land?
This collection includes fifteen tales about sirens, kelpies, mermaids, sea monsters, naiads, and other enchanted creatures of the water.
Enjoy the magic and wonder of these watery tales of Faerie!
Playboy Magazine once called Colfax Avenue “the longest, wickedest street in America.” A hundred years ago, it was the main road into and out of Denver, Colorado. East Colfax was the address to have for many of the city’s elite, and West Colfax was a trail that led to the mountains and dreams of Gold Rush riches. A 105-acre tuberculosis sanatorium for the poor once fronted the street – the Golden Hill Cemetery still houses many of the White Plague’s victims.
Colfax Avenue has been a part of almost every major era that defines the American West. It has housed the richest and the poorest, supported massive public works and the seediest criminal enterprises. If that isn’t the stuff of great fiction, we don’t know what else qualifies.
We invite you to explore Colfax Avenue – its past, present, and future. Its greatest moments, real or imaginary, and its darkest secrets. Tales of romance, action, fantasy and more – Colfax has seen it all:
• Billy Shump has seven seconds to save a life – and ruin his own
• Mike Ashford learns that skimming off other people’s dreams isn’t nearly as satisfying as finding his own
• Mech apocalypse refugee Kal must decide how far he’s willing to go in order to survive
• Detective Marc Davis works a missing child case that puts his solid lack of faith in question
• Sugar thought she hit rock bottom, until her unique talent catches unwanted attention
• Jackie tries to save a homeless man from alien abduction
• And eight other tales inspired by Colfax Avenue
Crossing Colfax includes stories from authors Warren Hammond (KOP series) and Linda Berry (Trudy Roundtree Mystery series), and past Colorado Gold writing contest finalists and winners, including Zoltan James, Martha Husain, Angie Hodapp, TJ Valour, and more.
1. "Thunder Mountain" by Dean Wesley Smith
2. "A Full Moon Over a Desolate Plain" by Thea Hutcheson
3. "A Turning Point for Charlie Pilsen" by Harvey Stanbrough
4. "Elf Saga, Book 3: Peacemaker" by Joseph Robert Lewis
5. "Tales of Bygone Days" by Debbie Mumford
6. "The Lady and the Mountain Man" by Misty M. Beller
7. "The Slaughterers" by Robert Jeschonek
8. "No Kind'a Time" by Harvey Stanbrough
9. "The Edwards Mansion" by Dean Wesley Smith
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“…a unique collection 15 tales worthy of the Fiction River name. … Don’t miss Recycled Pulp for a great set of unique and fast-paced tales of the imagination!”
Table of Contents
“The Revolt of the Philosophers of Fomalhaut” by Phaedra Weldon
“Marvelous Contrivances of the Heart” by Cat Rambo
“The Flower of the Tabernacle” by Annie Reed
“Lost in the Tarnished Cube” by Thomas K. Carpenter
“Crypt of the Metal Ghouls” by Angela Penrose
“The Imperfect Otter Empire” by Dayle A. Dermatis
“The Unknowable Mansion of the Night” by Sandra M. Odell
“The Portal of Wrong Love” by Dean Wesley Smith
“Sacred Poet from the Future” by Kelly Cairo
“Swamp of the Prehistoric Clan” by Christy Fifield
“The Magnificent Citadel” by Rebecca M. Senese
“Night of the Dancing Champions” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
“The Delicatessen from Beyond the Monolith” by Lisa Silverthorne
“Prism of the Crab Gods” by Kelly Washington
“The Gleaming Crater” by Thea Hutcheson
- Disaster Relief
- A Hearth Witch at Chisolm Keep
- Curse of the Second Date
- The Mouse Who Laughed
- Androcles the Christmas Lion
- Coyotes, Cats and Other Creatures
- Little Miracles
Tell the truth: you flat-out love science fiction and fantasy. Time travel. Space opera. Alternate history. Doesn't matter. What you love is the story. The great idea. The adventure and action. That good old-fashioned science fiction staple, the Sense of Wonder.
We know exactly how you feel. Here's the best of the best: new science fiction tales told by the likes of David Drake, Gregory Benford, Gene Wolfe, Esther Friesner, Mike Resnick, John Barnes, and L. E. Modesitt, Jr. The list of award-winning story-tellers and brilliant new talent goes on and on. More important: here are stories that grip you. Transport you. Expand your universe. Make you late for important appointments like bedtime and supper!
Edited by New York Times best-seller and creator of the hugely-popular "Ring of Fire" series, Eric Flint, a master story-teller in his own right, these tales are all taken from the e-pages of Jim Baen's Universe, the new standard in science fiction storytelling created and inspired by publisher and editor Jim Baen, whose nose for a great story made him a science fiction legend!
At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).
"[T]he story comes first and foremost." — Eric Flint, Jim Baen's Universe Editor-in-Chief
Eric Flint is the author of the New York Times best seller 1634: The Galileo Affair (with Andrew Dennis)—a novel in his top-selling "Ring of Fire" alternate history series. His first novel for Baen, Mother of Demons, was picked by Science Fiction Chronicle as a best novel of the year. His 1632, which launched the Ring of Fire series, won widespread critical praise, as from Publishers Weekly, which called him "an SF author of particular note, one who can entertain and edify in equal, and major measure." A longtime labor union activist with a master's degree in history, he currently resides in northwest Indiana with his wife Lucille.
Guest editor Eileen Myles adds her street smarts and lyrical dynamism to Tristan Taormino’s powerful collection of riveting girl-girl erotica.