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SPECULATIVE By Christopher O'Leary, Zach Blas
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An exhibition catalogue for SPECULATIVE, presented by Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions in 2011. Curated and Edited by Christopher O'Leary and Zach Blas. This book also contains essays and works... More > of fiction written by esteemed guests and the artists themselves. Features artists: Casey Alt, Zach Blas, Jeff Cain, Micha Cardenas, Xarene Eskandar, Michael Kontopoulos, Elle Mehrmand, Christopher O'Leary, Claudia Salamanca and Pinar Yoldas. Guest writers: Jack Halberstam, *Particle Group*, Scott Bukatman, Jordan Crandall, Pedro Lasch, Alexander Galloway and Sean Dockray.< Less
Envisioning: A Collection of Speculative Fiction By Joyce Chng
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The worlds in this collection are similar to our current world. The inhabitants speak, laugh, live and exist in worlds with similar themes. Perhaps, one could say that they represent what would have... More > happened in the past, in the near future and in a far-flung (and still possible) future? The worlds are ‘what-if’ worlds but still beguiling enough for us to sit down and wonder if lion-fishes could fly and people could become truly self-sufficient … and grow food on their own bodies.< Less
Envisioning: A Collection of Speculative Fiction By Joyce Chng
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The worlds in this collection are similar to our current world. The inhabitants speak, laugh, live and exist in worlds with similar themes. Perhaps, one could say that they represent what would have... More > happened in the past, in the near future and in a far-flung (and still possible) future? The worlds are ‘what-if’ worlds but still beguiling enough for us to sit down and wonder if lion-fishes could fly and people could become truly self-sufficient … and grow food on their own bodies.< Less
Speculative Fiction The Ultimate Collection By David K. Scholes
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A collection of some 23 speculative fiction short stories including science fiction, alternate history, science fantasy and an alternate reality story. About the Author David Scholes is a writer... More > and also works as an economic (and occasionally actuarial) consultant to various Australian government departments. This collection of short stories is his sixth science fiction book. He has also written two novellas and three earlier collections of short stories< Less
Such A Thing and other pieces of speculative fiction By Luke Bradford Knowles
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First Collection of Speculative Fiction By Luke Bradford Knowles. I like to think of it as my finest work yet. Each piece contains meaningful themes such as Loneliness, Love, Patience, Tolerance,... More > Tragedy, Death and Adventure. Subject matter ranges from talking birds to futuristic science labs to angelic comfort. I think that it is a highly enjoyable read and hope that you both purchase and enjoy.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #6 By Seth Crossman et al.
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This is the sixth issue of OG's Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today's best creative fiction and poetry. In Len Bains "Climb," a man searches the heights of the world for answers.... More > Enjoy the medieval satire of Bruce Golden's "In Case of Dragon." Edward Morris speculates on the defining moment in the life of Arthur Rimbaud. Daniel Ausema presents a future where learning can be more than life. Also included is poetry by John Grey and Timalyne Frazier and an interview with Diane Turnshek, SWFA's Eastern Regional Director.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #6 By Len Bains et al.
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This is the sixth issue of OG's Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today's best creative fiction and poetry. In Len Bains "Climb," a man searches the heights of the world for answers.... More > Enjoy the medieval satire of Bruce Golden's "In Case of Dragon." Edward Morris speculates on the defining moment in the life of Arthur Rimbaud. Daniel Ausema presents a future where learning can be more than life. Also included is poetry by John Grey and Timalyne Frazier and an interview with Diane Turnshek, SWFA's Eastern Regional Director.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #3 By Seth Crossman et al.
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This is the third issue of OG's Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today's best creative fiction and poetry. In Chet Gottfried's "The Rings of Mars," a terrestrial architect struggles... More > with questions of duty and love. Bruce Golden's "Dave's Not Here," presents the terrifying situation of being locked outside your own spaceship with danger approaching. Also included is an interview with celebrated Fantasy author Sarah Ash and poetry by Kristine Ong Muslim. Edited by Seth Crossman< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #5 By Seth Crossman et al.
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This is the fifth issue of OG's Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today's best creative fiction and poetry. In David McGillveray's "Loriana" a beleaguered city gets help from the... More > most unlikeliest of places. In Jakub Drud's "The Tower of Excellence," a man struggles with a dark act in an attempt to achieve what he believes is the greater good. Also included is poetry by Michael E. Picray.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #3 By Chet Gottfried et al.
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This is the third issue of OG's Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today's best creative fiction and poetry. In Chet Gottfried's "The Rings of Mars," a terrestrial architect struggles... More > with questions of duty and love. Bruce Golden's "Dave's Not Here," presents the terrifying situation of being locked outside your own spaceship with danger approaching. Also included is an interview with celebrated Fantasy author Sarah Ash and poetry by Kristine Ong Muslim. Edited by Seth Crossman< Less