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Eclipse Four Highlights

I very much like the tone that emerged from the Eclipse anthologies – they all feel like part of the same thing, despite the books being unthemed. This one has an excellent balance of high quality oddball stories, and I … Continue reading

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David Bowie would be so proud

Another anthology from the prolific Jonathan Strahan, Life on Mars invited authors to consider just that topic. A range of approaches has resulted in this collection, from stories dealing with the initial landing on and colonising of Mars, through to … Continue reading

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Engineering Infinity

Edited by Jonathan Strahan, Engineering Infinity apparently began life as a quest for a “hard science fiction anthology.” Strahan himself says in his introduction that that’s not strictly what was produced; if you’re really dead keen on categorisations like ‘hard’ … Continue reading

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