Science Fiction

  • The Best of Nancy Kress Best-of-Nancy-KressOut September 30, 2015 from Subterranean Press: THE BEST OF NANCY KRESS. 200,000 words. Limited, signed edition. Twenty-one stories, written over forty years and representing the best of Nancy Kress’s fiction. Contemporary fantasy, hard science fiction, sociological science fiction, and the odd unclassifiable. Three ... Read more
  • Yesterday’s Kin Yesterdays_Kin_500Winner of Nebula and LOCUS awards Reviews of YESTERDAY’S KIN “Science-fiction fans will luxuriate in the dystopian madness, while even nonfans will find an artful critique of humanity’s ability to cooperate in the face of a greater threat.” —Kirkus Reviews Kress has proven that she can pack ... Read more
  • Fountain of Age Fountain of Age2Nine new stories from a long-time star of the science fiction field including the Hugo Award winner "The Erdmann Nexus" and Nebula Award winner "The Fountain of Age." These stories have been reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction, Best Science Fiction and ... Read more
  • After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall AftertheFallcover Winner of the Nebula Award In 2035, all that is left of humanity lives in the Shell. No one knows why aliens attacked in 2014, devastated the environment, and nearly destroyed humanity. Or why the aliens imprisoned twenty-six survivors in a sterile enclosure ... Read more
  • Flashpoint FlashpointThe Collapse has ransacked the economy, making work almost impossible to find and forcing Amy from college hopeful to sole provider for her terminally-ill grandmother and rebellious younger sister. To make ends meet, Amy auditions for a slot on a new reality TV ... Read more
  • Steal Across the Sky Steal Across the Sky2 The aliens appeared one day, built a base on the moon, and put an ad on the internet: “We are an alien race you may call the Atoners. Ten thousand years ago we wronged humanity profoundly.  We cannot undo what has been done, but we ... Read more
  • Nano Comes to Clifford Falls and Other Stories Nano Comes to Clifford FallsBlending a focus on cutting-edge technology with deep emotional impacts, this enticing collection draws its stories from various Year's Best and Reader's Choice lists. The pathos of the human condition is explored in such stories as "My Mother, Dancing," in which seedlings are planted and ... Read more
  • Dogs DogsIn this original bio-thriller from the author of Beggars in Spain, the threat of terrorism and biological warfare is all too real when the danger comes from a family’s most cherished pets. Tessa Sanderson, ex-FBI agent, has moved to a sleepy Maryland town to ... Read more
  • Crucible CrucibleIt began with Crossfire: a far-future novel of planetary colonization and alien first contact. Jake Holman, a man trying to escape a dark past, brought together a diverse group of thousands to settle on a new world. But instead the humans found themselves ... Read more
  • Nothing Human Nothing HumanTold from the perspective of several generations of teenagers, this science fiction novel involves an Earth ravaged by mankind, high-tech manipulative aliens, and advanced genetics. Early in the 21st century, global warming has caused sickness and death among plants, animals, and humans. Suddenly ... Read more