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A Company of Heroes: The Space Cadet By Ron Miller
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Hundreds of years in the future, the pioneering space flight made by Princess Bronwyn has evolved into an empire of interstellar commerce---an empire always on the shaky verge of rebellion. It is... More > also a world that ranges from dense industrial slums to the glittering towers of the legendary Vortex Patrol. Into the former is born an extraordinary girl who finds herself fighting, cheating and stealing her way from the gutters of the spaceports of Blavek to the ranks of the Patrol itself.< Less
The Mars Company By Joseph Roberts
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A colony expedition to Mars finds something no one expected.
The Mars Company By Joseph Roberts
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A colony expedition to Mars finds something no one expected.
Space Reality By Robert Ramstetter
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“Space Reality” is a story about twelve contestants who are supposedly chosen at random for a television reality contest by a private company to promote space tourism. Their first week... More > begins with a rushed training regimen that is marred by disappointment and accidents, leaving the contestants with a feeling that their safety is being overlooked for the sake of publicity. One contestant in particular repeatedly tries to convince the others that there will be no space flight and that everything will be done in the local studio. After the contestants reach their destination, they begin to learn the true purpose of the mission, but it is too late to turn back. They soon realize that their survival depends on a group effort and that the prize money no longer matters. The conclusion leaves the reader eager for the next book in the series.< Less
A Company of Heroes: The Scientist By Ron Miller
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The fate of the world itself rests on the competent shoulders of Princess Bronwyn. But first she must contend with the super-science of a mad inventor, the magic of warring fairies and a deadly... More > gauntlet of pirates and treachery, space travel and sorcery. Only Bronwyn and her loyal friends---a circus girl, a giant, a changeling and an eccentric scientist---can prevent the End of the World! With illustrations by the author.< Less
Training the Commercial Space Traveler By Gary Booker
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The era of commercial space travel is here. No longer will space travel be limited to a small cadre of professionals. Space tourism is now available and will eventually become more affordable and... More > accessible to ordinary consumers as time elapses. With this new era comes the need to train commercial space professionals. In this essay, Space strategist Gary C. Booker discusses how the training of space professionals must happen.< Less
Moving Spaces, Changing Places By Mukesh Williams
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Moving Spaces, Changing Places tries to reconfigure urban space and its topography through well-crafted poems divided into five sections—train travel, alone and in company, sleep, study and... More > words. On a muggy morning, made muggier by packed commuters, bicycle stands appear and disappear. An entire metropolitan geography opens, but people seem totally absorbed in themselves. These first impressions are bound to change as you travel with these people. The human drama, comedy and adventure of traveling are inescapable. This is true whether we travel with others or alone. In each and every situation we are persistently trying to represent our ever-changing reality and give significance to our lives. When we verbalize our experience we, sometimes find them poignantly sad and at others highly amusing. After reading these poems we may realize that we are not just rational beings trying to justify our actions, but also emotional creatures reacting to situations.< Less
Moving Spaces, Changing Places By Mukesh Williams
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Moving Spaces, Changing Places tries to reconfigure urban space and its topography through well-crafted poems divided into five sections—train travel, alone and in company, sleep, study and... More > words. On a muggy morning, made muggier by packed commuters, bicycle stands appear and disappear. An entire metropolitan geography opens, but people seem totally absorbed in themselves. These first impressions are bound to change as you travel with these people. The human drama, comedy and adventure of traveling are inescapable. This is true whether we travel with others or alone. In each and every situation we are persistently trying to represent our ever-changing reality and give significance to our lives. When we verbalize our experience we, sometimes find them poignantly sad and at others highly amusing. After reading these poems we may realize that we are not just rational beings trying to justify our actions, but also emotional creatures reacting to situations.< Less
White Space Van Man By Darren Worrow
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Barry is just one of millions of delivery pilots of a white space-van, distributing medical supplies to far off planetary colonies that thoroughly despises his job, and carries it out with absolutely... More > no motivation or enthusiasm; it is the English way. It is a mind-numbingly lonely job with only an on-board computer for company. Barry longs for even the simplest change to his dull life of flying around open space, getting aggravation from his boss and eating pasties. Little did he know that the change would indeed come and sooner than he thought. Thanks to an unknown delivery package Barry engages on an unbelievable adventure where all of his skills as a space van driver are well and truly put the test when he finds himself on a mission to save the universe (just as many white van drivers think they are doing when they speed and drive erratically.)< Less
Featherfoot, Space Marine By David Kuzminski
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Featherfoot, Space Marine, 67,000+ words, is a science-fiction tale taking place roughly two hundred years in the future. The story revolves around Charles Featherfoot, a native American who joins... More > the Space Marines as he seeks his destiny upon finding that there are no openings in the Galactic Ecoleers. Because his father invoked a request for an ancestor to guide him, Charles finds his path guided and protected by the spirit of an ancient chief of his tribe who was killed in the mistaken belief that he had wronged the tribe. With some of the restraining amulets removed, Malakei’s spirit is free to wander as far as it needs in order to help others of his tribe. Consequently, he’s on hand to give advice to Featherfoot so that the young brave will excel in becoming a warrior. When Charles meets a beautiful, young cadet, Malakei counsels him on enjoying her company but to not fall in love with her because of a secret even she doesn’t know about herself that will eventually bring sadness to him.< Less