This week sees the launch of ‘Rocket Science: Science Fiction and Non-Fiction’ a collection of hard science fiction stories and non-fiction essays on near-future space exploration. I have a short story featured in the anthology and I’m still reeling from the positive review we received on Friday in the Guardian with my story being picked out for a mention . . .
The strength of the collection is that the best of the stories – and the standard is very high – are about the human condition. Standouts include Craig Pay’s “Incarnate”, a harrowing account of a mother and father’s response to their cloned daughter’s desire for suicide on Titan …
Ian Sales has done a fantastic job of editing this anthology. I can’t wait to read the other stories and articles.
Copies available to buy here.
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Rocket Science has already gone out-of-stock on Amazon but you can still buy direct from the publisher’s website…
Congratulations. I bet you feel great. I know I do!
I, erm, bought a back copy of the Guardian. 🙂 Saturday 6th April, page 10 in the Review section.
I sent a copy to my Mum. Rock on!