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Reunion Gate: A Classic Science Fiction Fantasy Short Story By Susan Hart
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A large mall springs up seemingly overnight in place of an apple orchard and suddenly; the number of stores inside intrigues the townspeople. Most advertise for Help Wanted and several of the locals... More > apply. The startling thing is that that all of the shopkeepers seem to know about the applicants even before they open their mouths. This is a classic Sci-Fi story suitable for any age, in the vein of the Old Masters of Sci-Fi. Many of the townspeople will reunite here after losing track of each other.< Less
HALTIA AND THE THIRD PLANET: a science fiction/fantasy adventure By D Judson Hindes
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Haltia loves to float through the music of his world, and rush through the colored rocks of its surface. It is only when the Elders discover the dangers of the Third Planet that he must give up his... More > idle pursuits to investigate and determine if its destruction is necessary. Taking human form lets him wander freely amongst them, but leaves him vulnerable to the violence that saturates the planet. When he is lost, Mather follows to complete the mission, and, if possible, find the lost explorer. Instead he finds an impossible love. The Elders are standing by with their fingers on the button. The future of Earth hangs in the balance while Mather tries to figure out a woman’s heart, and Haltia tries to figure out humanity’s; "smoothest reading work in years. Age appropriate for all, seamless in delivery, fresh and new in its creativity, your work is freaking priceless!"< Less
Spatial Zones By Science Fiction Short Stories
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'Spatial Zones' is the third paperback AudioArcadia.com has published in their Science Fiction series. This book contains a total of fourteen short stories, nine of which were winners in their last... More > Science Fiction writing competition. The winning titles are: "Battle Stations" "Lifting the World" "The Heart of Town" "Doppelgänger" "Hack" "What Can Happen When You Leave Your Lights On at the Drive-through" "Not Wanted on Voyage" "Life on Mars" "The Right Hand". This collection is a must-read for devotees of science fiction short stories.< Less
2019 Scholastic Writing Awards: Dramatic Script, Flash Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy By The Fort Wayne Museum of Art, a Regional Scholastic Affiliate
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This book features the best teen writing for Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio submitted in the categories of Dramatic Script, Flash Fiction, and Science Fiction & Fantasy. All works are from... More > students ages 13-18 and received Gold or Silver Key recognition in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards 2019.< Less
Northeast Indiana Northwest Ohio Dramatic Script, Flash Fiction, and Science Fiction & Fantasy By Fort Wayne Museum of Art a Scholastic Regional Affiliate
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This book showcases the best teen writing of our region submitted in the categories of Dramatic Script, Flash Fiction, and Science Fiction & Fantasy. All works are from students in grades 7-12... More > and received Gold or Silver Keys in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards of 2018.< Less
Khatru Symposium: Women in Science Fiction By Jeanne Gomoll
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Originally published and edited by Jeffrey D. Smith in 1975, Khatru 3&4's symposium on women in science fiction was a detailed conversation among some of the most well-known authors of 70s... More > feminist science fiction, including Suzy McKee Charnas, Samuel R. Delany, Vonda N. McIntyre, Joanna Russ, James Tiptree Jr. (before her true identity of Alice B. Sheldon was known), Kate Wilhelm, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and others, The opinions expressed by participants are still radical today. This 1993 update of the symposium includes new material by some of the original participants and commentary by others, including Pat Murphy, Karen Joy Fowler, Gwyneth Jones, and Jeanne Gomoll. Cover by Judith M Weiss, illustrations by Georgie Schnobrich.< Less
Abraham Merritt, Science Fiction Collection By Abraham Merritt
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Abraham Grace Merritt (January 20, 1884–August 21, 1943) — known by his byline, A. Merritt — was an American Sunday magazine editor and a writer of fantastic fiction. The Science... More > Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame inducted him in 1999, its fourth class of two deceased and two living writers. In this ebook: The Moon Pool The Metal Monster The Face in the Abyss The Ship of Ishtar Seven Footprints To Satan Burn, Witch, Burn! Creep, Shadow! Collected Short Stories< Less
Science Fiction the Wonder of Human Imagination By Andreas Sofroniou
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Science Fiction explores the probable consequences of some improbable or impossible transformation of the basic conditions of human (or intelligent non-human) existence. This transformation need... More > not be a technological invention, but may be some mutation of known biological or physical reality: artificial or extraterrestrial life-forms and travel through time are favourite subjects. Science Fiction stories may involve Utopian political speculation, or satire, but most rely on the marvellous appeal of fantasy. The term Science Fiction was first given general currency by Hugo Gernsback, editor of the popular Amazing Stories magazine from 1926. Once uniformly dismissed as pulp trash, SF gained greater respect from the 1950s, as writers like Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, and John Wyndham expanded its range; themes of alien invasion and brain-washing became especially popular at the height of the Cold War.< Less
SCIENCE FICTION THE WONDER OF HUMAN IMAGINATION By Andreas Sofroniou
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Science Fiction explores the probable consequences of some improbable or impossible transformation of the basic conditions of human (or intelligent non-human) existence. This transformation need... More > not be a technological invention, but may be some mutation of known biological or physical reality: artificial or extraterrestrial life-forms and travel through time are favourite subjects. Science Fiction stories may involve Utopian political speculation, or satire, but most rely on the marvellous appeal of fantasy. The term Science Fiction was first given general currency by Hugo Gernsback, editor of the popular Amazing Stories magazine from 1926. Once uniformly dismissed as pulp trash, SF gained greater respect from the 1950s, as writers like Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, and John Wyndham expanded its range; themes of alien invasion and brain-washing became especially popular at the height of the Cold War.< Less
Claws & Saucers: Science Fiction, Horror, and Fantasy Film 1902-1982: A Complete Guide By David Elroy Goldweber
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CLAWS & SAUCERS is the most complete guide to classic science fiction, horror, and fantasy films ever written. CLAWS & SAUCERS describes and critiques 1700+ films: virtually every sci-fi,... More > horror, and fantasy film made from 1902-1982, including dozens of thrillers, exploitation films, psychedelic films, and adventure films. Read excerpts and updates at www.clawsandsaucers.com< Less

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