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TOC: ‘Rocket Science’ Edited by Ian Sales

Ian Sales has posted the table of contents for his upcoming 2012 anthology Rocket Science, a collection of stories annd articles that address the real-world complications of space travel:

  • “Final Orbit” by Nigel Brown
  • The Complexity of the Humble Spacesuit by Karen Burnham
  • “Conquistadors” by Iain Cairns
  • Making Mars A Nicer Place to Live by Eric Choi
  • Launch Day by David L. Clements
  • “Why Barnaby isn’t on the ISS Today” by Gary Cuba
  • “Dancing on the Red Planet” by Berit Ellingsen
  • “Fisher’s Gambit” by Stephen Gaskell
  • “Going, Boldly” by Helen Jackson
  • “The New Tenant” by Philip Edward Kaldon
  • “Not Because They Are Easy” by Sam Kepfield
  • “Tell Me A Story” by Leigh Kimmel
  • Waverider Entry Spacecraft: A History by Duncan Lunan
  • “Dreaming at Baikonur” by Sean Martin
  • “The Brave Little Cockroach Goes to Mars” by Simon McCaffery
  • “Pathfinders” by Martin McGrath
  • “The Taking of IOSA 2083” by Colum Paget
  • “A Biosphere Ends” by Stephen Palmer
  • A Ray of Sunshine by Bill Patterson
  • “Incarnate” by Craig Pay
  • “Slipping Sideways” by Carmelo Rafala
  • “Sea of Maternity” by Deborah Walker

And hey, look! Is that Karen Burnham’s name I spy? Congrats, Karen!

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2 Comments on TOC: ‘Rocket Science’ Edited by Ian Sales

  1. Small mistake: Helen’s story is “Going, Boldly”.


    But many thanks for the shout out.

  2. The perils of cut-and-paste! Thanks for the correction.

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