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Welcome to the first year's worth of stories from the new online magazine ZNB Presents published by the small press Zombies Need Brains. In these pages, you will find original science fiction and fantasy stories of awe and wonder, darkness and light, ranging through all of the subgenres, including urban fantasy, alternate history, space opera, fairy tales, and more. They come from the most talented authors in the field today—new voices as well as trusted and familiar names. Join us as we explore visions of the past, present, and future, as we encounter strange new creatures, both in our own backyard, in the depths of space, and our own imagination. Here you will:

--Enter an abandoned colony on a hostile world
--Come face-to-face with a horrific Stampede on an alien planet
--Search for a murderous golem made of salt
--Fight in the brutal pits of an apocalyptic America
--Stop time in order to search for a missing child
--Race one final time on a futuristic race course
--Find betrayal and redemption in a world full of clowns
--Hunt for those who are killing your fellow gunslingers
--Rebel with the Little Match Girl in a search for something beyond her story

And so much more! Twenty-four stories written by Brian Hugenbruch, Jason Palmatier, Diana A. Hart, Evan Marcroft, Cislyn Smith, Hazel King, Barbara Ashford, Ryan T. McFadden, Maria Z. Medina, Adria Bailton, Marie Brennan, Crystal Sarakas, Marc Fleury, Anaea Lay, Desmond Astaire, A. Katherine Black, P.A. Cornell, Alma Alexander, Antony Paschos, Jack Gallegos, Brian Crenshaw, Chloie Piveral, Evergreen Lee, and L.D. Colter, each with its own illustration by artists Kat D'Andrea, Ariel Guzman, or Gulzara Tokhtamysheva.

Welcome to the multi-faceted worlds of ZNB Presents.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940161124239
Publisher: Zombies Need Brains LLC
Publication date: 07/01/2023
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 6 MB
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