When a young scientist turns her new invention, the chronoscope, to 1st century Palestine, she finds the result she least expected – Jesus of Nazareth's empty tomb.
Under the Needle's Eye by Linda DeMeulemeester, Susan Ee, Raymund Eich, Emily Mah, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Kiini Ibura Salaam, Ibi Zoboi, Ari Goelman, Samantha Ling, Patrick Samphire, and Allan Rousselle, Edited by Raymund Eich and Emily Mah
Eleven authors with one thing in common: the Clarion West Workshop for Science Fiction and Fantasy class of 2001. Other than that, we're about as diverse as you can get. This anthology is one of the broadest samples you can find of up and coming science fiction and fantasy talent.Our instructors: Octavia Butler, Bradley Denton, Nalo…
"Now that I am dead, I can tell you everything about my husband’s assassination." Everyone remembers President Fletcher's assassination. Most remember his murderer, one of millions of underemployed young men in a world run by the…
There's No 'I' in Teamosalynol
At the start of the basketball season, Coach Huffman expected the usual from his St. Louis Spiders—bickering stars and missed playoffs. The team's new owner, a pharmaceutical tycoon, planned to turn things around by giving new meaning to "team…
The Malabar Coast
With advanced biomedicine banned in the United States, rich and powerful Americans traveled to India to extend their lifespans and augment their bodies and minds.So too did Americans who wanted wealth and power. Middle-class, middle-aged Americans…
The Blank Slate
Clay Shieffer, neuroscience entrepreneur, tried to ignore the police state growing under President Everton. When a mysterious hacker provides evidence, Clay faces the truth behind Everton's election and his own unwitting complicity in it.…
On the Road to Sibiu
Romania. August 1944. The Red Army pursues the retreating Germans. Captain Khavanov's orders: occupy an old fortress on the road to Sibiu, to secure the Red Army's supply line.In the fortress lived a frail old man. What about him drew the interest…
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