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Website Launch: THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH Edited John Joseph Adams and Hugh Howey

Editor John Joseph Adams has launched the website companion for The Apocalypse Triptych, a trio of anthologies he’s co-editing with Hugh Howey being released in stages starting next year.

Here’s what the anthologies are about:

Edited by acclaimed editor John Joseph Adams and bestselling author Hugh Howey, THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH is a series of three anthologies of apocalyptic fiction, exploring three different facets of the form:
THE END IS NIGH: pre-apocalyptic stories—exploring the world on the brink of collapse. (Forthcoming June 2014)
THE END IS NOW: apocalyptic stories—exploring the end of the world as it happens. (Forthcoming December 2014)
THE END HAS COME: post-apocalyptic stories—exploring life after the end of the world. (Forthcoming June 2015)
THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH will include stories by authors such as Paolo Bacigalupi, Seanan McGuire, Ben H. Winters, Elizabeth Bear, Scott Sigler, Robin Wasserman, and many more. Additionally, each volume will include a brand new story by Hugh Howey set in the world of his bestselling novel Wool.
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Like John’s other anthology websites, the site for The Apocalypse Triptych will be loaded with tons of great content, like:

…and more.

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4 Comments on Website Launch: THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH Edited John Joseph Adams and Hugh Howey

  1. Exciting news, especially the new Hugh Howey stories. Wool is one of my favorite SF universes/worlds.

    I’m assuming these will be reprint stories other than the Howey contributions?

  2. John Joseph Adams // December 3, 2013 at 10:10 am //

    Hi Carl,

    No, everything in all three books will be original.

  3. I see at the site that preorders will include createspace.I hope that means a paper version of these books?

    Even if I have to wait longer than for ebooks,paper works better for me in my world and I’d be a buyer no question.

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