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TOC: ‘Anywhere But Earth’ Edited by Keith Stevenson

The table of contents for the anthology Anywhere But Earth edited by Keith Stevenson has been posted:

  1. “Yon Horned Moon” by Margo Lanagan
  2. “An Exhibition of the Plague” by Richard Harland
  3. “Spacebook” by Sean McMullen
  4. “At The End There Was a Man” by Lee Battersby
  5. “Messiah on the Rock” by Jason Nahrung
  6. “Pyaar Kiya” by Angela Ambroz
  7. “By Any Other Name” by Kim Westwood
  8. “Psi World” by Steve De Beer
  9. “Desert Madonna” by Robert Hood
  10. “Beautiful” by Cat Sparks
  11. “Sibo” by Penny Love
  12. “Alien Tears” by Wendy Waring
  13. “Hatchway” by Simon Petrie
  14. “Eating Gnashdal” by Jason Fischer
  15. “Rains of la Strange” by Robert N. Stephenson
  16. “Unexpected Launch” by Alan Baxter
  17. “Memories of Mars” by Chris McMahon
  18. “Maia Blue is Going Home” by Liz Argall
  19. “Murmer” by Calie Voorhis
  20. “Continuity” by Damon Shaw
  21. “Beneath the Floating City” by Donna Maree Hanson
  22. “Poor Man’s Travel” by Patty Jansen
  23. “Oak with the Left Hand” by Tristan Davenport
  24. “Pink Ice in the Jovian Rings” by Colum Paget
  25. “Lisse” by Erin Stocks
  26. “Deuteronomy” by William Wood
  27. “So Sad, the Lighthouse Keeper” by Steve Cameron

[via Angela Slatter]

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2 Comments on TOC: ‘Anywhere But Earth’ Edited by Keith Stevenson

  1. When it gets an ISBN it would be nice to post it. I tried to pre-order at Amazon and had no luck. No title, No editor, etc.

  2. Excellent cover art, with some retro feel! I like it very much but it brings up a disturbing though – the space flight belongs to the past, it is a dream of the past. This – spoken at the time when we celebrated 50 yrs from the first manned space flight, there soon be only one really working system for taking people to space, the return to the moon has been postponed again, and the first human on Mars is a distant dream for the time of our children. Let’s hope that this is a temporary, and eventually we will go somewhere other than here.

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