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Table of Contents: FAR ORBIT APOGEE edited by Bascomb James

Far Orbit Apogee edited by Bascomb James will be out in October from World Weaver Press. We’ve got the table of contents as well as the new cover for the first Far Orbit Anthology (check that out at the bottom of the post.)

Here’s a little about the book:

Looking for science fiction stories like they used to write? Far Orbit Apogee takes all of the fun-to-read adventure, ingenuity, and heroism of mid-century pulp fiction and shapes it for a new generation of readers. Follow the adventures of heroic scientists, lunar detectives, space dragons, robots, interstellar pirates, gun slingers, and other memorable and diverse characters as they wrestle with adversity beyond the borders of our small blue marble. Fun, engaging, pithy, and piquant, we’ve got it all.

Featuring stories from Jennnifer Campbell-Hicks, Dave Creek, Eric Del Carlo, Dominic Dulley, Nestor Delfino, Milo James Fowler, Julie Frost, Sam S. Kepfield, Keven R. Pittsinger, Wendy Sparrow, Anna Salonen, James Van Pelt, and Jay Werkheiser.

Here’s the table of contents:

  1. Introduction by Bascomb James
  2. “To Defend and Keep from Harm” by Anna Salonen
  3. “This Story Will Win a Hugo” by James Van Pelt
  4. “Contamination” by Jay Werkheiser
  5. “A Most Exceptional Scholarship” by Nestor Delfino
  6. “Masks” by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks
  7. “Murder at Tranquility Base” by Dave Creek
  8. “The Affairs of Dragons” by Julie Frost
  9. “Culture Shock” by Keven R. Pittsinger
  10. “Lost in Transmutation” by Wendy Sparrow
  11. “N31ghb0rs” by Eric Del Carlo
  12. “Dainty Jane” by Dominic Dulley
  13. “Live by the Ten, Die by the Gun” by Milo James Fowler
  14. “By The Shores of a Martian Sea” by Sam S. Kepfield

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About Kristin Centorcelli (842 Articles)
Kristin Centorcelli is the Associate Editor at SF Signal, proprietor of My Bookish Ways, a reviewer for Library Journal and Publisher’s Weekly, and has also written for Crime Fiction Lover, Criminal Element, and Mystery Scene Magazine. She has been reviewing books since late 2010, in an effort to get through a rather immense personal library, while also discussing it with whoever will willingly sit still (and some that won’t).
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