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Table of Contents: TOMORROW’S CTHULHU: STORIES AT THE DAWN OF POSTHUMANITY ed. by Scott Gable & C. Dombrowski

Check out the table of contents for Tomorrow’s Cthulhu: Stories at the Dawn of Posthumanity!

About the book:

Super science. Madness. Transhumanism.

This is the dawn of posthumanity. Some things can’t be unlearned.

Gleaming labs whir with the hum of servers as scientists unravel the secrets of the universe. But as we peel away mysteries, the universe glances back at us. Even now, terrors rise from the Mariana Trench and drift down from the stars. Scientists are disappearing—or worse. Experiments take on minds of their own. Some fight back against the unknown, some give in, some are destroyed, and still others are becoming… more.

The human and inhuman are harder and harder to distinguish. Mankind is changing, whether it wants to or not, with brand new ways of thinking. What havoc is wreaked by those humans trying to harness and control their discoveries? As big science progresses and the very fundamentals of this universe are understood, what stories are being hushed up?

Of course, the Old Ones laugh at our laws, scientific and otherwise.

These are transhumanist near-future science fiction tales of the Cthulhu Mythos. These are tales of more than merely cosmic dread. They exist in our world of the next couple years. This is the era of big science and—what is that? We’ll be right back…

Here’s the table of contents:

  1. “Tangles” by Daria Patrie
  2. “The Stricken” by Molly Tanzer
  3. “Beige Walls” by Joshua L. Hood
  4. “The Five Hundred Days of Ms. Between” by Joshua Alan Doetsch
  5. “68 Days” by Kaaron Warren
  6. “Tekeli-li, They Cry” by AC Wise
  7. “The Sky Isn’t Blue” by Clinton J. Boomer
  8. “A Pathway for the Broken” by Damien Angelica Walters
  9. “The Crunch Underfoot” by Lizz-Ayn Shaarawi
  10. “The Lark Ascending” by Samantha Henderson
  11. “Astral and Arcane Science” by SJ Leary
  12. “Advanced Placement” by Richard Lee Byers
  13. “Friday Night Dance Part” by Thomas M. Reid
  14. “Boots on the Ground” by Jeff C. Carter
  15. “Innsmouth Redemption” by Joette Rozansk
  16. “Church of the Renewed Covenant” by Shannon Fay
  17. “The Posthumous Recruitment of Timothy Horne” by Pete Rawlik
  18. “Curiosity” by Adam Heine
  19. “Perfect Toy for a Nine Year Old” by Bruce R. Cordell
  20. “The Steel Plague” by Nate Southard
  21. “Between Angels and Insects” by Simon Bestwick
  22. “The Judas Goat” by Robert Brockway
  23. “Madness on the Black Planet” by Darrell Schweitzer
  24. “Drift from the Windrows” by Mike Allen
  25. “Chunked” by Matt Maxwell
  26. “Testimony XVI” by Lynda E. Rucker
  27. “The World Ends in Neon Yellow” by LA Knight
  28. “Nimrod’s Tongue” by Cody Goodfellow
  29. “The Great Dying of the Holocene” by Desirina Boskovich
About Kristin Centorcelli (842 Articles)
Kristin Centorcelli is the Associate Editor at SF Signal, proprietor of My Bookish Ways, a reviewer for Library Journal and Publisher’s Weekly, and has also written for Crime Fiction Lover, Criminal Element, and Mystery Scene Magazine. She has been reviewing books since late 2010, in an effort to get through a rather immense personal library, while also discussing it with whoever will willingly sit still (and some that won’t).
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