The Walking Dead meets The Incredible Journey in 14 "tails" of animal nobility, bravery, and unconditional love. Told by today's most talented speculative fiction writers, each story is set in a unique world of the author's own creation.
A second volume of 13 animal-centric "tails" set in their authors' bestselling worlds—as varied as dystopian deserts, post-apocalyptic mountain ranges, the medieval English countryside, and the far reaches of the galaxy.
These 17 tales of space opera and exploration by traditional and indie writers span the breadth of the cosmos—from discovering new civilizations to fighting interstellar war to surviving despotic futures. Featuring a foreword by Kevin J. Anderson.
Set in Michael Bunker's bestselling world of Amish Sci-Fi, PENNSYLVANIA, these 11 tales chronicle the struggles in that dystopian futurescape. Overseen and controlled absolutely by the despotic Transport Authority, it's a world of dark promise and desperate hope.
In this volume of the acclaimed Future Chronicles anthology series, twelve authors invite you to journey to lands of fire and fury, of legend and lore where dragons roam.
Today's top authors spin their own imaginative tales around the JFK assassination, Area 51, the moon landing, the surveillance state, and much, much more.
A collection of 14 sharp, satirical, suspenseful, thought-provoking tales of dark science fiction and horror.
A Sci-Fi Bridge collection of 14 Science Fiction stories previously published by their authors. Contains "Unconditional" by me, first published in Tails of the Apocalypse.
A second Sci-Fi Bridge collection of 18 previously published stories. Contains "Gelassenheit" by me, first published in Tales from Pennsylvania.
This third Sci-Fi Bridge collection of 18 republished stories includes "The Last Ship" by me, first published in Canyons of the Damned in Space.
A collection of 12 superhero tales that explore the heroism and heartbreak of what it truly means—and costs—to be a hero.
In this volume, the villains get their due. Twelve stories from the bad guy's—and gal's—point of view. Are they really so bad after all?
A Fantasy Bridge collection of republished Fantasy stories by 16 of today's most innovative storytellers. Contains "Grey" by me, first published in The Dragon Chronicles.