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Here’s the the table of contents for the new anthology Paradox: Stories Inspired by the Fermi Paradox edited by Ian Whates:

Here’s the book description:

The Fermi Paradox is the apparent contradiction between the high probability of extraterrestrial civilizations’ existence and the lack of contact with such civilizations.

In Paradox, some of the world’s leading science fiction authors are joined by physicists, astronomers, and other scientists in writing original stories inspired by Fermi’s famous paradox, which has to number among the most diverting and perplexing puzzles of modern existence, daring to ask…

Where Is Everybody?

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TOC: ‘Growing Pains’ by Ian Whates

Here is the table of contents for the new PS Publishing collection Growing Pains by Ian Whates:

But first, the book description:

A collection of nine stories from one of the rising stars of British genre fiction; stories that slip effortlessly between science fiction and dark, humanesque fantasy, examining the gaps between reality and the spaces that hide within us all. Includes the BSFA Award-shortlisted “The Assistant”, and two stories wholly original to this volume.

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TOC: ‘Solaris 1.5′ Edited by Ian Whates

Ian Whates has posted the table of contents for his new anthology (available July 17th) Solaris Rising 1.5, an eBook-only mini-anthology intended to bridge the gap between Solaris Rising (2011) and Solaris Rising 2 (2013):

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TOC: ‘Dark Currents’ Edited by Ian Whates

NewCon Press has posted the table of contents for the upcoming anthology Dark Currents:

A return to NewCon Press’ tradition of offering an exciting blend of science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy and horror; a set of stories that traverses genre boundaries, linked only by their common source of inspiration. Contributors were given just those two words: ‘Dark Currents’ and then asked to write whatever story the phrase inspired. The result is a dazzling blend of exciting fictions, from haunted seascapes to distant starscapes, from reality-hopping soldiers in a surreal war to naval battles in the ether, from the deeply poignant to breathless excitement and back again, delving into the very undercurrents of life… come and immerse yourself in the depths of Dark Currents.

  1. “The Fall of Lady Sealight” by Adrian Tchaikovsky
  2. “The Age of Entitlement” by Adam Nevill
  3. “Electrify Me” by Tricia Sullivan
  4. “Alternate Currents” by Rod Rees
  5. “The Barricade” by Nina Allan
  6. “Things that Are Here Now” by Andrew Hook
  7. “Loose Connections” by Finn Clarke
  8. “Sleepless in R’lyeh” by Lavie Tidhar
  9. “Damnation Seize my Soul” by Jan Edwards
  10. “Home” by Emma Coleman
  11. “A Change in the Weather” by Rebecca J Payne
  12. “Bells Ringing Under the Sea” by Sophia McDougall
  13. “In Tauris” by Una McCormack
  14. “Lost Sheep” by Neil Williamson
  15. “The Bleeding Man” by Aliette de Bodard
  16. “George” by V.C. Linde

[via Lavie Tidhar]