The Museum of All Things Awesome and That Go Boom

The Museum of All Things Awesome and That Go Boom

by Joanne Merriam

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Overview

The Museum of All Things Awesome and That Go Boom by Joanne Merriam, Ken Liu, Sequoia Nagamatsu, Mary Turzillo

The Museum of All Things Awesome and That Go Boom is an anthology of science fiction featuring blunt force trauma, explosions, adventure, derring-do, tigers, Martians, zombies, fanged monsters, dinosaurs (alien and domestic), ray guns, rocket ships, and anthropomorphized marshmallows.

It contains work by 40 authors: fiction by Jim Comer, James Dorr, Aidan Doyle, Tom Doyle, Kendra Fortmeyer, Nick Kocz, David Kopaska-Merkel, Ken Liu, Kelly Luce, Tim Major, Laurent McAllister, Sequoia Nagamatsu, Jerry Oltion, Ursula Pflug, Leonard Richardson, Erica L. Satifka, G. A. Semones, Matthew Sanborn Smith, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Lucy Sussex, Mary A. Turzillo, Nick Wood, and K. Ceres Wright, and poetry by Khadija Anderson, Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo, Kristin Bock, Alicia Cole, Estíbaliz Espinosa (translated by Neil Anderson), Miriam Bird Greenberg, Benjamin Grossberg, Julie Bloss Kelsey, Katie Manning, Martha McCollough, Marc McKee, Richard King Perkins II, Christina Sng, J. J. Steinfeld, Sonya Taaffe, Deborah Walker, and Ali Znaidi.

The museum itself, housed in the half-kiloSmoot-square, two-centuries-old dancing building, the Old Ptolemy, in the city of Draconis on the planet Epsilon Eridani b, can be visited at matagb.org.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157001520
Publisher: Upper Rubber Boot Books
Publication date: 07/23/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 268
File size: 670 KB

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Contributors’ work can be found in:

Khadija Anderson: History of Butoh
Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo: Built with Safe Spaces
Kristin Bock: Cloisters (winner Tupelo Press's First Book Award)
Alicia Cole: Blinded
Jim Comer: Lost Trails
James Dorr: Vamps (A Retrospective); The Tears of Isis
Aidan Doyle: Weird Tales
Tom Doyle: American Craftsmen; The Left-Hand Way
Estíbaliz Espinosa (trans. Neil Anderson): Curiosidade
Kendra Fortmeyer: PANK; NANO Fiction; Forge
Miriam Bird Greenberg: All night in the new country; Pact-Blood, Fever Grass
Benjamin S. Grossberg: Space Traveler; Sweet Core Orchard (Lambda Literary Award winner)
Julie Bloss Kelsey: Scifaikuest; Eye to the Telescope; Star*Line
Nick Kocz: Black Warrior Review; Five Chapters; Mid-American Review
David C. Kopaska-Merkel: SETI Hits Paydirt
Nebula, Hugo, Locus & World Fantasy Award winner Ken Liu: The Grace of Kings
Kelly Luce: Three Scenarios in Which Hana Sasaki Grows a Tail; Pull Me Under
Tim Major: You Don't Belong Here; Carus & Mitch
Katie Manning: The Gospel of the Bleeding Woman
Laurent McAllister (Yves Meynard and Jean-Louis Trudel): Suprématie
Martha McCollough: Cream City; Small Po[r]tions; TriQuarterly
Marc McKee: What Apocalypse? (New Michigan Press/DIAGRAM winner); Fuse; Bewilderness
Sequoia Nagamatsu: Where We Go When All We Were Is Gone
Nebula winner Jerry Oltion: Analog
Richard King Perkins II: December; Louisiana Review; Roanoke Review
Ursula Pflug: Green Music; The Alphabet Stones; Motion Sickness
Leonard Richardson: Strange Horizons
Erica L. Satifka: Daily SF; Clarkesworld; Shimmer
G.A. Semones: Alternate Hilarities; Drabblecast; Ray Gun Revival
Matthew Sanborn Smith: Tor.com; Nature; Diabolical Plots
Christina Sng: A Collection of Nightmares
J.J. Steinfeld: An Affection for Precipices; Misshapenness; Identity Dreams and Memory Sounds
Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam: Clarkesworld; Lightspeed; Strange Horizons
Lucy Sussex: The Scarlet Rider; Matilda Told Such Dreadful Lies
Sonya Taaffe: Ghost Signs; A Mayse-Bikhl; Postcards from the Province of Hyphens
Mary Turzillo: "Mars Is No Place for Children" (Nebula winner; recommended reading on International Space Station)
Deborah Walker: Dreams & Nightmares; Star*Line
Nick Wood: The stone chameleon; Azanian Bridges
K. Ceres Wright: 2008 Rhysling; Genesis
Ali Znaidi: Experimental Ruminations

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