Crossed Genres Magazine 2.0 Book One

Title: Crossed Genres Magazine 2.0 Book One
Published by: Crossed Genres Publications
Release Date: 2014
Genre: ,
ISBN13: 2940148265740
ASIN: B00I4ISQLU

Read my short story “The Parched Lands” for free at Crossed Genres Magazine 2.0.

Crossed Genres Magazine returns with the 2nd collection of the first year! In this collection are issues 7 through 12, July through December 2014. 18 stories and 6 Spotlight interviews complete the first year of the reborn Crossed Genres Magazine 2.0!

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Issue Seven: Expectations

Nalin A. Ratnayake – “The Parched Lands”

Alena McNamara – “As Large as Alone”

Claire Humphrey – “The God-Seed”

Issue Eight: Touch

Luna Lindsey – “Touch of Tides”

Michael Ben Silva III – “Suits and Hammers”

DeAnna Knippling – “The Nest”

Issue Nine: Deadline

David D’Amico – “Depth of Perception”

Melissa Yuan-Innes – “A Quest for the Vulture Gods”

Athena Andreadis – “The Wind Harp”

Issue Ten: Stranger

Priya Dugad – “Adrenaline”

Rachel Udin – “Tadaima”

Memory Scarlett Arnould – “This Dark and Narrow Way”

Issue Eleven Favors (Gifts with consequences)

Alexandra Singer – “The Three Billy Goats and Plum”

Barry King – “Virtual Private Networking”

Ryan Britt – “You Can Take the Girl Out of the Werewolf and Put it In a Robot”

Issue Twelve: Young Adult

Jessi Cole Jackson – “The Rum Cake Runner”

Sandra M. Odell – “The Smell of Victory”

Kathleen Miller – “The World Without Hindenburg”

Spotlight Interviews:

Issue Seven: Alena McNamara

Issue Eight: Luna Lindsey

Issue Nine: Athena Andreadis

Issue Ten: Priya Chand

Issue Eleven: Barry King

Issue Twelve: Jessi Cole Jackson

We See a Different Frontier

Title: We See a Different Frontier
Published by: The Future Fire
Release Date: 2013
Genre:
ISBN13: 2940045998543
ASIN: B00ER51XP0

Get a free copy of the short story “Remembering Turinam” at Smashwords.

This anthology of speculative fiction stories on the themes of colonialism and cultural imperialism focuses on the viewpoints of the colonized. Sixteen authors share their experiences of being the silent voices in history and on the wrong side of the final frontier.

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TOC:

Preface by Aliette de Bodard

Introduction by Fabio Fernandes & Djibril al-Ayad

The Arrangement of Their Parts, Shweta Narayan

Pancho Villa’s Flying Circus, Ernest Hogan

Them Ships, Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Old Domes, J.Y. Yang

A Bridge of Words, Dinesh Rao

The Gambiarra Method, Fabio Fernandes

Droplet, Rahul Kanakia

Lotus, Joyce Chng

Dark Continents, Lavie Tidhar

A Heap of Broken Images, Sunny Moraine

Fleet, Sandra McDonald

Remembering Turinam, N.A. Ratnayake

Vector, Benjanun Sriduangkaew

I Stole the D.C.’s Eyeglass, Sofia Samatar

Forests of the Night, Gabriel Murray

What Really Happened in Ficandula, Rochita Loenen-Ruiz

Critical afterword by Ekaterina Sedia