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Neil Clarke, editor of Clarkesworld Magazine, is currently looking for reprints for a new science fiction anthology.
More Human Than Human is a reprint anthology focused on the theme of androids, replicants, and other artificial humanoids that will be published by Night Shade Books in trade paperback, ebook, and (maybe) audio editions in late 2017.
Neil is looking for:
- Previously published science fiction stories between 3000 and 25000 words in length.
- Stories must include androids, replicants, etc. as a major character or plot element.
The end of the world as we know it. Edited by Amanda J Spedding and Geoff Brown.
What we want: Invading space aliens, demonic invasion as in Doom, DNA-grafted dinosaurs taking over the planet, manmade viral infections that nearly wipe out humanity, or artificial intelligence like in Terminator… anything you can think of that would bring about the end of the world. And SOLDIERS!
Tell us about what happens during the worst of the fall of humanity or afterwards.
No zombies. That’s already taken care of.
Full action. Nothing less.
Anthology Calls for Submissions
Wish Upon a Southern Star will be an anthology of radical retellings of fairy tales for young adult readers. Although those of us living in the South Pacific couldn’t be further removed from the European woods of Grimms’ fairy tales, we, like the rest of the world, are immersed in fairy tale lore — so let’s have fun with it! This is a chance for writers of the South Pacific to shine — contributing authors should be from New Zealand, Australia, or a South Pacific island.