Night Shade Books has posted the table of contents for Rick Wilber’s upcoming baseball-themed anthology Field of Fantasies:

Here’s the book description:

A Fantastic Anthology Combining the Love of Science Fiction with Our National Pastime

Of all the sports played across the globe, none has more curses and superstitions than baseball, America’s national pastime.

Field of Fantasies delves right into that superstition with short stories written by several key authors about baseball and the supernatural. Here you’ll encounter ghostly apparitions in the stands, a strangely charming vampire double-play combination, one fan who can call every shot and another who can see the past, a sad alternate-reality for the game’s most famous player, unlikely appearances on the field by famous personalities from Stephen Crane to Fidel Castro, a hilariously humble teenage phenom, and much more. In this wonderful anthology are stories from such award-winning writers as:

  • Stephen King and Stewart O’Nan
  • Jack Kerouac
  • Karen Joy Fowler
  • Rod Serling
  • W. P. Kinsella
  • And many more!

Never has a book combined the incredible with great baseball fiction like Field of Fantasies. This wide-ranging collection reaches from some of the earliest classics from the pulp era and baseball’s golden age, all the way to material appearing here for the first time in a print edition. Whether you love the game or just great fiction, these stories will appeal to all, as the writers in this anthology bring great storytelling of the strange and supernatural to the plate, inning after inning.

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Here’s the table of contents for the new double issue of Asimov’s.
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Here is the table of contents for the new issue of Analog:

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Cemetary Dance has posted the table of contents for his/her/the upcoming anthology/collection October Dreams 2 edited by Richard Chizmar & Robert Morrish.

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The long-awaited follow up to one of the most acclaimed Halloween anthologies ever! This oversized volume will contain spooky Halloween short stories, dozens of authors and artists recalling their own personal memories of Halloween, and essays detailing the history of Halloween. Many of the contributing authors will also autograph the signed editions, which we don’t expect will last long considering the popularity of the original October Dreams and the low print runs we have planned for these special editions.

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Check out the massive, star-studded table of contents for Nature Futures 2 edited by Henry Gee and Colin Sullivan.

And hey! Do I spy the name of an SF Signal Irregular?

Here’s the description for the eBook (which sells for under $4!):

100 writers – including Neal Asher, Elizabeth Bear, Gregory Benford, Tobias Buckell, Brenda Cooper, Kathryn Cramer, David Langford, Tanith Lee, Ken Liu, Nick Mamatas, Norman Spinrad, Ian Stewart, Rachel Swirsky, Adrian Tchaikovsky and Ian Watson – offer their take on what the future will look like in this anthology of sci-fi short stories from the award-winning Futures column in the science journal Nature.

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Eric Choi has posted the table of contents for the upcoming (December 2, 2014) anthology he co-edited with Ben Bova: Carbide Tipped Pens: Seventeen Tales of Hard Science Fiction.

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Seventeen hard science fiction tales by today’s top authors

Hard science fiction is the literature of change, rigorously examining the impact—both beneficial and dangerous—of science and technology on humanity, the future, and the cosmos. As science advances, expanding our knowledge of the universe, astounding new frontiers in storytelling open up as well.

In Carbide Tipped Pens, over a dozen of today’s most creative imaginations explore these frontiers, carrying on the grand tradition of such legendary masters as Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, and John W. Campbell, while bringing hard science fiction into the 21st century by extrapolating from the latest scientific developments and discoveries. Ranging from ancient China to the outer reaches of the solar system, this outstanding collection of original stories, written by an international roster of authors, finds wonder, terror, and gripping human drama in topics as diverse as space exploration, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, climate change, alternate history, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, interplanetary war, and even the future of baseball.

From tattoos that treat allergies to hazardous missions to Mars and beyond, from the end of the world to the farthest limits of human invention, Carbide Tipped Pens turns startling new ideas into state-of-the art science fiction.

Includes stories by Ben Bova, Gregory Benford, Robert Reed, Aliette de Bodard, Jack McDevitt, Howard Hendrix, Daniel H. Wilson, and many others!

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Coming Soon Enough is the name of Stephen Cass’ new anthology eBook about near-future technologies like drones, wearable computing, implants, 3-D printing, and more. It’s got 6 stories by top-notch authors and it’s only $1.99. And you can read the Nancy Kresss story for free!

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Table of Contents: Interzone #254

Here are the contents for the new issue of Interzone, featuring cover art by Wayne Haag:
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Table of Contents: Black Static #42

Here are the contents of the new highly-illustrated issue of Black Static, which features cover art by Dave Senecal…
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Here’s the table of contents for the new issue of Apex Magazine, a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field, edited by Sigrid Ellis.
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Table of Contents: SQ Mag #16

Here’s the table of contents for the free online magazine SQ Mag, issue #16:
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The new issue of Clarkesworld is now posted:
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Nightmare Magazine sent along the table of contents for their new issue:
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Lightspeed Magazine sent along the table of contents for their new issue:
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Flash Fiction Online, September 2014Here is the table of contents for the new issue of Flash Fiction Online:

  • “The Cell I’m In” by Eli Hastings
  • “Honeybee” by Caroline M. Yoachim
  • “The Vitruvian Farmer” by Marcelina Vizcarra

This issue was edited by Suzanne Vincent and features cover art by Rick W Ware.

Single ebooks and subscriptions are available via Weightless Books.

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Here is the table of contents for the new issue of Galaxy’s Edge Magazine, the online/downloadable magazine edited by Mike Resnick.

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Here’s the impressive table of contents for the upcoming anthology The Mammoth Book of Gaslit Romance edited by Ekaterina Sedia, coming this November from Running Press.

A fantastic collection of stories of love and intrigue that focus on the trappings of the popular Victorian era, enlivened with fantastical elements and incorporating some noir and detective pieces, by O. M. Grey, Leanna Renee Hieber, N. K. Jemisin, Eliza Knight, Sarah Prineas, Delia Sherman, Genevieve Valentine and many more.

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Here is the table of contents for the new issue of Fantasy & Science Fiction magazine:

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IFWG Publishing has posted the table of contents for the new anthology Star Quake 2 edited by Sophie Yorkston, which collects SQ Mag‘s Best stories of 2013…
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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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