Robert B Finegold MD
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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.
Join these rising stars of science fiction and fantasy at the corner of Fourth and Starlight for a journey like no other.
Step into a world ravaged by robotic warfare to explore buried secrets, visit with a sleep-deprived mermaid, and journey to ancient Egypt to romance a Mourning Woman. Chase down an outlaw with a jaded bounty hunter, play in the woods with a little boy and his friend, or ride along on a haunted food truck. Let go of grief at the airport, flirt with a succubus, and survive a spaceship crash with a cyborg. Nineteen stories that will fill you with delight, inspire your imagination, get your heart pounding, and leave you misty-eyed with joy.
Stories by Mike Wyant Jr., K.L. Shwengel, Kary English, Philip Brian Hall, Rebecca Birch, Van Alrik, Kristy Evangelista, Preston Dennett, Dustin Adams, Y.M. Pang, M. Elizabeth Ticknor, Rebecca E. Treasure, Alicia Cay, Julia Ashley, John D. Payne, Rachelle Harp, and Dr. Robert Finegold.
Join us in the company of pirates in this treasure trove of stories from a crew of talented authors.
Expect the unexpected - with tales stretching from the high seas to high orbit, from swashbucklers to space corsairs. Navigate these pages to find monsters, time travelers, buccaneers, ghosts and more.
Twelve stories. Twelve authors. Twelve worlds to explore.
Come, me hearties, there are new horizons to discover.
• An old rogue one last job from retirement, a young one seeking his fame. Just take the pearl from the cave. Easy - except for the monsters, magic, and mayhem.
• Darvolock is the potential Panama Canal of space, if only its inhabitants would share. But how do you negotiate a treaty with plants?
• Human females do not die in childbirth. How strange. How troubling. Ribolee’s friend Siluone is about to die birthing many young oelene, a time of great celebration. And alone among her people, Ribolee feels a sense of loss.
• In the post-apocalyptic New West, Corporations enforce their control of the food supply with war machines; and a veteran priest, his western heroine dirigible AI, and their mechanical bees seek crops to pollinate and villagers to serve.
Fourteen tales by award-winning and nominated edgy new voices in science fiction and fantasy.
Stories to amaze, delight, and touch the heart…on the corner of 3rd and Starlight.
“Like trying strange and unusual foods, finding new writers to love and follow can be a chaotic, hit and miss experience. This anthology offers delicious and exotic creations by some of the best new writers in the speculative fiction field.”
— William Ledbetter, 2016 Nebula award-winning author of “The Long Fall Up.”
“An enchanting mix of tales from up-and-coming authors from Birch’s gentle story of passage to English and Finegold’s saga of love and honor among immortals. Every piece has its own delights!”
— J. Kathleen Cheney, Locus award-winning author of “The Golden City.”
“Fresh new discoveries and recent favorites from vibrant new voices in SF and fantasy. Remember these names!
— Martin L. Shoemaker, WSFA award-winning author of “Today I am Paul.”
* Rebecca Birch * Nick T. Chan * Jennifer Campbell-Hicks *
* Philip Brian Hall * K. L. Schwengel * Rachelle Harp * M. E. Garber *
*Dustin Adams * Frank Dutkiewicz * M. Elizabeth Ticknor *
* Sean Monaghan * William R. D. Wood * Julie Frost * Scott R. Parkin *
* Kary English * Robert B. Finegold, M.D. *
- Illustrated edition -
Here you will find challenging fantasy, science fiction, and horror stories that wrestle with tough questions and refuse to provide easy answers or censored depictions of a broken world, characters whose deeds are as obscene as their words and people who meet bad ends—sometimes deserved and sometimes not. But there are also hope, grace, and redemption, though even they can burn like fire.
Join us as we rediscover the mysteries of the Christian faith.
Publisher's note: This title does not adhere to CBA content guidelines.
Journey into the future where androids fight our wars, and into magical lands where fiances are turned into... cows. From deep space to war torn countrysides, these eleven tales will whisk you far away to other lands, and into the dark mind of a supernatural being.
ISSUE 19: March 2016
Mike Resnick, Editor
Jean Rabe, Assistant Editor
Shahid Mahmud, Publisher
Stories by: Sylvia Spruck Wrigley, Larry Hodges, Robert Silverberg, Steve Pantazis, Dantzel Cherry, Jean Rabe, Ian Whates, Janis Ian, Alvaro Zinos-Amaro, Sunil Patel, David Drake, Kary English, Robert B Finegold, M.D.
Serialization: The Long Tomorrow by Leigh Brackett
Columns by: Barry Malzberg, Gregory Benford
Book Reviews: Jody Lynn Nye and Bill Fawcett
Interview: Joy Ward interviews David Weber
Galaxy’s Edge is a Hugo-nominated bi-monthly 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 stories, a serialization of a novel, columns by Barry Malzberg and Gregory Benford, book reviews by Jody Lynn Nye and Bill Fawcett and an interview conducted by Joy Ward.
In this volume, seventeen authors address this question. Their answers are sexy, funny, sweet and sometimes chilling. Read on for an exploration of the boundaries of our human experience, and a look at the possibilities inherent in artificial consciousness.
Raymond falls in love with a robot courtesan... but will loving him back destroy her programming forever?
A grieving father buys a robotic love doll to take home to his family... but is there more to his motivations than loneliness?
How can Frank move past his robot wife's affair with his PDA?
The answers to these questions, and many more, lie inside.