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Find out if a Filipina-Catholic witch can overcome the allure of blood magic to save her coven and her family. Delve into a history of the world according to Jewish mysticism. Watch the war on terrorism unfold in Time's Square—in a world where the United States is a Muslim-majority country. Follow a Hindu teen in Bangladesh as she tries to escape the corporate tycoon seeking to reincarnate into the body of her unborn son.
Accompanying discussion questions by religious studies experts probe deeper into the stories and encourage further reflection. Experts who contributed through consultation and discussion questions include Douglas E. Cowan, Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Waterloo; Rory Lindsay, Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto; Shoshana Razel Gordon-Guedalia, PhD candidate in comparative theology at Harvard University; Som Pourfarzaneh, Assistant Professor of Islamic and Digital Media Studies at Starr King School for the Ministry; James H. Thrall, Knight Distinguished Professor for the Study of Religion and Culture at Knox College; and Laura Ammon, Associate Professor of Religion at Appalachian State University.
- “Al-Muftiyah,” by Jibril Stevenson
- “Samsara,” by J. A. Legg
- “Shattered Vessels,” by Robert B. Finegold and Kary English
- “The Gods Also Duel,” by Andrew Majors
- “Father Jake’s Teen Demon Prevention Lesson,” by Brenna Harvey
- “They Smile,” by Nicki Vardon
- “Jizo Rides the Bus,” by Karl Dandenell
- “Irwin and Roskwin Make a Discovery of Universal Importance,” by Terryl M. Asla
- “The Rebbetzin Speaks,” by Daniel M. Kimmel
- “The Devil is a Shape in the Brain,” by Joachim Glage
- “The Man Who Misused His Manhood,” by Chukwu Sunday Abel
- “Bio-Mass,” by Mike Adamson
- “Deep Play,” by Andy Dibble
- “The Life That Comes After,” by Lauren C. Teffeau
- “Fate and Other Variables,” by Alex Shvartsman
- “The Other War on Terror,” by Michael H. Hanson
- “Dying Rivers and Broken Hearts,” by Gabriella Buba
- “*lr*d,” by Doug Hawley
- “The Fireflies of Todaji,” by Russell Hemmell
- “Before the Evolution Comes the Smoke,” by Terri Bruce
Note: the initial release of this book contained a production error in the discussion questions following The Fireflies of Todaji by Russell Hemmell. This error has since been corrected.
In all worlds and times, our tales revolve around those individuals and groups who bring meaning and value to the world, whose actions are of consequence, and whose dreams are the vanguard of things to come. Whether you call that Solarpunk, Hopepunk, or just DreamForge stories, you’ll find them here.
Time and space are indifferent to our existence, yet without our struggles to bring it meaning, the whole of the cosmos is irrelevant. Inside each mind waits a universe. We can be the creators that dream the world.
For Issue 08 of DreamForge Anvil, we have a story from Scott Edelman where the imperatives of the future challenge the hopelessness of the moment. Wendy Nikel challenges our perception of art, friendship, and social success. Mara Buck delivers a paranormal experience in which we feel the ghostly touch of the past and its call to rejoin the life of the present. Karl Dandenell shows the power of determination to overcome old prejudices. Fantasy, humor, and SF adventure await!
This anthology includes:
- “Ballad of the Low-Flight Hauler” by Matthew Bailey
- “Pyrrha” by Antony Paschos
- “Drone Wars” by Charles Robertson Jr.
- “The Wolf, the Serpent, and the Hag” by F.C. Stanley
- “The Pilgrim, Or, One Star: Would Definitely Not Recommend” by Rebekah Postupak
- “Burial Detail” by Karl Dandenell
- “The Last Khimaira” by M.O. Pirson
- “Mercy Comes Last to the Vigilant” by Stewart C Baker
- “Star Dust” by Phil Temples
- “Graft Mage” by William J. Broom
- “How to Check if Your Peacekeeper-2000 Is Loaded” by David F. Shultz
- “A Taste of Home” by Eva Schultz
- “Little Lives Rounded by Sleep” by Matt McHugh
- “Limb From Limb” by John A Frochio
- “The Mytilenian Delay” by Neil James Hudson
- “The Day the Rockets Flew” by John E. DeLaughter
- “One Night in a Sushi Bar of Uncertain Parameters” by D.K. Latta
- “Border Skirmish” by Dave D'Alessio
- “Printed Guns and Sold Schematics” by SJ Klapecki
- “All the King's Men” by James Wood
- “Hey Diddle Diddle” by Sandy Parsons
- “The Dreamer in the Dark” by Mike Adamson
- “Invasion” by Gordon Cash
- “A Question of Policy” by David McGillveray
- “All the Heroes” by Liam Hogan
- “We Who Died In Glory” by N. C. Krueger
- “The Last Joke” by Edmund Schluessel
2021: The year the climate crisis edged inexorably closer to the point of no return.
Little Blue Marble's anthology of speculative climate fiction and poetry from an international slate of authors explores the collective sense of foreboding and loss of a world coming to terms with the increasing frequency of weather and environmental emergencies: our new normal.
With biting commentary on issues from colonialism to government inaction, stories of ordinary people adapting to extraordinary circumstances, with a dash of humour even in the face of the direst of warning signals, these collective works remind us that it's not too late.
Not if we act now.
STUPEFYING STORIES 23 features:
Woe to the Hand, by Julie Frost
The Unicorn’s Companion, By Jamie Lackey
The Secret of Erin Stewart, By Terry Faust
Outrider, By Helen French
The Last Feast of Silas the Wizard, By Karl Dandenell
The Bird and Baby, By Allison Thai
The Worm’s Eye, By Tom Jolly
Magic with the Bones, By Beth Hudson
Eddie’s Upgrade, By Kevin Stadt
The Dead Barn, By Amy Caylor
They Call Me Charon, By Gary Pattinson
Brimstone and Brine, By Beth Powers
From magic to mystery to science fiction, from the mythic past to the dystopian future, here are twelve tales to chill, thrill, excite and amuse you. Always fresh and entertaining, never formulaic or predictable, Stupefying Stories is the terrific new reading you've been looking for!
THE RIVER OF TIME JOINS THE SEA, by Probert Dean
THE MANDALA DOORS OF HAFSHAMN SYNIAD, by Jeff Suwak
THE CARPETBAGGERS BALL, by Karl Dandenell
FINDING SPRING, by Sipora Coffelt
These economic questions and more are explored through twenty-three science fiction and fantasy stories, appearing for the first time in this collection.
This anthology also includes economics discussion questions accompanying each of the stories, written by professional economist Elisabeth Perlman, and an afterword/essay exploring the relationship between speculative fiction and economics, written by guest editor Jo Lindsay Walton.
Amazon Bestseller top rankings: #1 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store) on Amazon.com; #1 in Science Fiction Short Stories (Kindle Store) on Amazon.ca; #1 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store) and #2 in Fantasy Anthologies (Kindle Store) in Amazon UK; Nr. 1 in Science Fiction Anthologien (englischsprachig), Nr. 1 in Fantasy (englischsprachig), and Nr. 1 in Fremdsprachige Fantasy & Science Fiction in Amazon Germany; #2 in Fantasy Anthologies & Short Stories (Kindle Store) in Amazon US; #2 in Fantasy Anthologies (Kindle Store) in Amazon Canada.
From the Editor
“The Demon in the Page”, Joshua Phillip Johnson
“Cat Play”, Mari Ness
“… and now He erases”, Rhoads Brazos
“The Machinery”, Julia Warner
“In the Belly of the Angel”, Henry Szabranski
“Heard”, Elise Forier Edie
“Rowboat”, K. G. Anderson
“How to Survive a Fish Attack”, Kato Thompson
“Seeders”, Jamie Killen
“La Belle Dame”, Sabrina N. Balmick
“The Sea Bank of Svalbard South”, Octavia Cade
“The Heresy Machine”, Gerald Warfield
“Spoiler: She Leaves Him”, Jack Noble
“The Flight Home”, Kaitlin McCloughan
“The Sound Barrier”, Tony Clavelli
“Whalesong”, L. Chan
“Murder on the Adriana”, James Ross
“Gathering Dust”, Meryl Stenhouse
“Tides of Reflection”, Mark Rookyard
“A Song Without a Voice”, Brad Preslar
“Solomon and the Dragon’s Tongue”, Molly Etta
“Mr. McAvennie’s Freedom”, Dan Micklethwaite
“In Dew and Frost and Flame”, Vanessa Fogg
“Sheer”, Phil Berry
“Adaptations to Coastal Erosion”, B. Morris Allen
“Regarding the Sainted Pirate Nicholas”, Michael M. Jones
“My Dog is the Constellation Canis Major”, Jarod K. Anderson
“Serenity”, Jeanette Gonzalez
“The Last”, Premee Mohamed
“Luminaria”, Matt Thompson
“Duet for Unaccompanied Cello”, Chanel Earl
“Out Where the Rivenbuds Grow”, Mark Rookyard
“The Bonesetter”, Santiago Belluco
“So, You’re In an Alternate Universe”, Jeremy Packert Burke
“Dragons I Have Slain”, B. Morris Allen
“Shiplight”, Benjamin C. Kinney
“Strix Antiqua”, Hamilton Perez
“Showtime”, Jamie Brindle
“Flann Brónach and the King’s Champion”, Allison Wall
“The Hole in the Wall”, Andrew Leon Hudson
“Shine”, Amelia Aldred
Five science fiction and fantasy themes, each explored five times by five different authors.
Twenty-five great authors demonstrating just how varied and interesting SF&F can be, and how each author's style and approach make all the difference.
Table of Contents
The Hole in the Wall – Andrew Leon Hudson
Shine – Amelia Aldred
Undertow – Jared Leonard
Comes the Tinker – Karl Dandenell
Cover art by Ekaterinya Vladinakova.