Tales from the Perseus Arm

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From 12 hand-picked authors, comes a new anthology of original short stories about robots, aliens, the depths of space, the astounding future and the sometimes troubling things that happen to the humans who must cope with all of it. Tales from the Perseus Arm will take you on an adventure through the universe, introduce you to new and questionable technology, and make you question the very things that drive human will and innovation.
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Overview

From 12 hand-picked authors, comes a new anthology of original short stories about robots, aliens, the depths of space, the astounding future and the sometimes troubling things that happen to the humans who must cope with all of it. Tales from the Perseus Arm will take you on an adventure through the universe, introduce you to new and questionable technology, and make you question the very things that drive human will and innovation.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780987320278
  • Publisher: SGA Publications
  • Publication date: 8/31/2013
  • Pages: 198
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.42 (d)

Meet the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Patricia Burn, (Cover art)
Patricia has an Honours Degree in both Politics and Literature. She is at her happiest listening to music whilst creating art.

Pamela Nunley (Editor, and stories Beyond the Arm, Hazards of the Job)
Pamela has a degree in Journalism and works as a freelance writer and editor. 'Hazards of the Job' is her first foray into the general science fiction genre.

Salvatore B Lombard (Shipping and Handling)
A Classics student who enjoys studying language, Salvatore spends his free time doodling cartoons and picking up horse poop.

Daniel Z. Klein (Fruit of Memory)
Daniel is a German video game designer who can't stop writing fiction. Normally it's dirtier, and more people die, but he behaved this time.

Rachael Kelly (Blumelena)
An award-winning author from Northern Ireland, Rachael has a PhD in film theory and a mild obsession with Marcus Antonius, and her first non-fiction book (which features both of these things) will be published in 2013.

John Gribbin (Artifact)
John Gribbin writes science fiction based on fact, and science fact that reads like fiction. He also writes songs for the group "Three Bonzos and a Piano".

Matthew J. Metzger (Mod)
Matthew J. Metzger is a character from the British Isles, with a fledgling career as a young adult author. Science fiction is a hobby on the side.

C. M. Martin (Orientation, Hunt)
When not writing, teaching, crafting or plotting world domination, Martin is the indentured servant of four cats and two ferrets.

Kelli Faust (Eighth Day)
Kelli Faust grew up in a family of astronomers and has always been intrigued by science fact and the visions of science fiction. She has a degree in Biotechnology.

Kate Welty (Eartholder)
Kate's passionate internal life, has always leapt and wept, laughed and stormed within the fictions of other writers' stories. Now she is creating stories. Perhaps that is good. It is certainly interesting.

Debbie Painter (Domo)
A graduate of the University of Tennessee Knoxville, Debbie was employed for many years by the State of Tennessee. Upon retirement, she is trying a new field - writing.

Tara Smith (Unification)
Tara is currently working on her BA in Creative Writing in Fiction. Reading and writing science fiction are among her favourite pastimes.

Sam Taylor (Editor, and story Carriers)
Sam Taylor is an award winning Australian author who has written over 98 short stories and the novel 'Deadly Jewel.' Sam has a Master's degree in science.

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