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FREE ANTHOLOGY: Diamonds in the Sky edited by Mike Brotherton

Mike Brotherton has announced the release of a new, FREE online anthology featuring some big-name writers. It’s titled Diamonds in the Sky and is comprised of both new and reprinted stories that feature Astronomy. It was funded by the National Science Foundation.

Here’s the table of contents:

  1. “In the Autumn of Empire” by Jerry Oltion
  2. “End of the World” by Alma Alexander
  3. “The Freshmen Hookup” by Wil McCarthy
  4. “Galactic Stress” by David Levine
  5. “The Moon is a Harsh Pig” by Jerry Weinberg
  6. “The Point” by Mike Brotherton
  7. “Squish” by Dan Hoyt
  8. “Jaiden’s Weaver” by Mary Robinette Kowal
  9. “How I Saved the World” by Valentin Ivanov
  10. “Dog Star” by Jeffrey A. Carver
  11. “The Touch” by G. David Nordley
  12. “Planet Killer” by Kevin Grazier and Ges Segar
  13. “The Listening-Glass” by Alexis Glynn Latner
  14. “Approaching Perimelasma” by Geoffrey A. Landis
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4 Comments on FREE ANTHOLOGY: Diamonds in the Sky edited by Mike Brotherton

  1. It looks like the announcement was made in 2007, and the anthology isn’t available yet.

    Looks interesting, though.

  2. Sorry, I meant the downloadable version isn’t available yet.

     

  3. I talked about the project a couple of years ago, and in the meantime it happened and it is available now, for free, online.

    Please do enjoy.

  4. Yeah, that’s coming.  Jeffrey Carver rounded up some enthusiastic volunteers and we will have one or more downloadable formats in the near future.

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