Descended From Darkness

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Visit the darker side of science fiction. From post-apocalyptic punk

bands to the unearthing of ancient beings in a coal mine, from Moreau's

beast men to a dreamy theatrical wonderland, explore the fiction that

descends from the darkest ...

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The Book of Apex: Volume 2 of Apex Magazine

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Overview

Visit the darker side of science fiction. From post-apocalyptic punk

bands to the unearthing of ancient beings in a coal mine, from Moreau's

beast men to a dreamy theatrical wonderland, explore the fiction that

descends from the darkest pits of the human mind. These stories

represent the first year of original online content from Apex Magazine.

Enjoy work from acclaimed masters such as Theodora Goss, Ekaterina

Sedia, Mary Robinette Kowal, Lavie Tidhar, Gord Sellar, Jennifer

Pelland, George Mann, and many more!

Contains the following dark SF stories published in Apex Magazine from January 1, 2008 through June 30th, 2009:

Table of Contents

“Post Apocalypse” – James Walton Langolf

“These Days” – Katherine Sparrow

“In the Seams” – Andrew C. Porter

“The Nature of Blood” – George Mann

“Scenting the Dark” – Mary Robinette Kowal

“The Limb Knitter” – Steven Francis Murphy

“I Know an Old Lady” – Nathan Rosen

“Blakenjel” – Lavie Tidhar

“Behold: Skowt!” – Jason Heller

“A Splash of Color” – William T. Vandemark

“A Night at the Empire” – Joy Marchand

“Organ Nell” – Jennifer Pelland

“Starter House” – Jason Palmer

“On the Shadow Side of the Beast” – Ruth Nestvold

“Cai and Her Ten Thousand Husbands” – Gord Sellar

“Dark Planet” – Lavie Tidhar

“The Puma” – Theodora Goss

“Mind of a Pig” – Ekaterina Sedia

“Waiting for Jakie” – Barbara Krasnoff

“Hindsight, In Neon” – Jamie Todd Rubin

“Clockwork, Patchwork and Ravens” – Peter M. Ball

“Hideki and the Gnomes” – Mark Lee Pearson

“Plebiscite AV3X” – Jason Fischer

“Shaded Streams Run Clearest” – Geoffrey W. Cole

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780978867690
  • Publisher: Apex Publications
  • Publication date: 12/1/2009
  • Pages: 282
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.64 (d)

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