A World Unimagined, a science fiction anthology

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Beyond what is conceivable to what might be, is a universe full of the unexpected, the inconceivable, and the unexplainable. From science fiction to science fantasy, beyond the location of this realm of creation
and the mind is …

A World Unimagined.

An international manifest of authors, both new and experienced, crew this voyage to the other side of the unbelievable with stories unique and thought-provoking. This anthology of science fiction short stories transports us to the future, the past, and to cultures and civilizations undreamed of. Set your imaginations to stunned and your minds to light speed.

 

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A World Unimagined, an anthology of science fiction by Left Hand PublishersBeyond what is conceivable to what might be, is a universe full of the unexpected, the inconceivable, and the unexplainable. From science fiction to science fantasy, beyond the location of this realm of creation
and the mind is …

A World Unimagined.

A World Unimagined, an anthology of science fiction by Left Hand PublishersAn international manifest of authors, both new and experienced, crew this voyage to the other side of the unbelievable with stories unique and thought-provoking. This anthology of science fiction short stories transports us to the future, the past, and to cultures and civilizations undreamed of. Set your imaginations to stunned
and your minds to light speed.

  • Science Fiction (sci-fi), speculative fiction, thriller
  • Anthology of short stories
  • Nearly 300 pages of thought-provoking fiction & fantasy
  • A collection of tales both fascinating & fantastic

A World Unimagined

A World Unimagined Table of Contents:

  • Soul Collector by T. Gillmore
    US: US: A world where one’s man imagination is another man’s fate
  • Star Crossed by Tom Howard
    US: Visitor from a strange planet, hero or harbinger?
  • Degrees of Life by Theresa Jacobs
    CANADA: People: The ultimate post-apocalyptic monsters
  • Soloman’s Key by Jason J. McCuiston
    US: A futuristic, noir detective story of magic and demons.
  • The Traveler by J. McBrearty
    US: Other worldly strangers unravel a mystery and their pasts
  • Jaws of the Jabberwock by Kevin Singer
    US: Planetary colonists unearth more than a new place to live
  • Last Sub to Tel-K by Joachim Heijndermans
    NETHERLANDS: Futuristic tale of prisoners, personalities & perfidy
  • Under Vlacq by F. J. Robledano-Espín
    SPAIN: Rethinking your place in the universe far below the lunar surface
  • Looking Into A Dream World by Ken Grant
    US: Hell hath no fury like a daughter scorned
  • Sickly Sweet by Mike Hultquist
    US: Post-apocalyptic survival unlike any imagined
  • 45 Degrees North, 123 Degrees West by Dave Steinman
    CANADA: One great mystery explained, then lost in time
  • Alien Ways by Stephanie Barr
    US: Extra-terrestrial science from a different point of view
  • Her Right-Hand Man by Teresa Twomey
    US: Planetary ambassadors handle prejudice and civil upheaval
  • Brinkman’s War by Marie D. Jones
    US: “The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War
  • Space Junk by Andrea L. Staum
    US: Galactic scavengers salvage their origins
  • All Because of the Bees by Theresa Jacobs
    CANADA: The sting of surviving the end of the world
  • What Goes Around… by C. R. Downing
    US: Cosmic karma for a world under siege or alien manifest destiny?
  • The Other Fellow’s Shoes by G. Lloyd Helm
    US: A remote world: Freaky Friday vs. insectophobia
  • Zeroth Iteration by Flemming Lord
    UK: Quantum computing, a new universe, or an experiment gone right?
  • The Gasher by T. Gillmore
    US: A family’s struggle to conquer their differences and a hostile planet


Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7 × 4 in
Pages

nearly 400