This compilation brings together short stories by award-winning science fiction and fantasy authors Hugh Howey, Michael J. Sullivan and Tristis Ward, with fresh, new voices selected by their peers at SFFWorld.com – all brought to you in this first-of-its-kind anthology.
Each story explores a different end of the world. What is the limit of a computer virus? Can we save the world by stopping time itself, or will we just wither away in the relentless winds of the apocalypse?
The time has come to make a statement, to define a genre. This is our manifesto.
Collecting short stories from such luminaries as Jeff Salyards, William Meikle, Zachary Jernigan and Betsy Dornbusch, this anthology of fantastic urban fantasy is due to be released in September.
You can find more information at Angelic Knight Press.
Fairly Wicked Tales is an new anthology from Angelic Knight Press. Each tale retells the well known story you think you know, but from the innocent villain’s point of view. I guarantee these are not your children’s fairy tales.
Told from dark and dismal places, our new heroes and heroines tell you how they were wronged by people of despicable evil. Sometimes a pretty face hides an ugly heart.
These stories will keep you thinking long after you turn out the light. Don’t miss this one!
Lucky or Unlucky? 13 Stories of Fate, is our second annual SFFWorld.com anthology.
N. E. White presents 13 speculative fiction stories from authors of the SFFWorld Writing forum. The apocalypse rides into town and only one man can stop it. An engineer stationed on an aluminium world attempts to thwart a superhero gone mad. A lucky device proves the opposite. Magic and mayhem ensue at the 13th gate of hell. Can two unlucky people change their fate? These are 13 tales of luck, good or bad.
Alternate tales set during the first World War, this short story collection takes history and tweaks it.
2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War 1. Seven authors, including the award-winning science fiction and fantasy author, Elizabeth Moon, commemorate that event by writing stories set during the Great War, adding their own, sometimes speculative, interpretations and answering the question, “What if…?”