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Writers of the Future

The thirtieth installment in the celebrated Writers of the Future Anthology with short stories by some of the brightest new writers in science fiction and fantasy.  

Cosmic Hooey

Cosmic Hooey Anthology

Digital Science Fiction is proud to announce a new, never before seen combination of cutting edge stories. Cosmic Hooey packs ten distinct science fiction short stories into one amazing anthology. If you love to binge on sci-fi like we do, you’ll love this deal. Cosmic Hooey is perfect for both marathon reading sessions and dipping into during your commute.

Each story introduces you to a new author and explores different, exciting realms of science fiction. We know you’ll fall in love with a bunch of these stories. 

Scramble takes you to the moon for a desperate rescue mission. Martin L. Shoemaker’s award-winning story about a day in the life of the Third Squad is sure to raise your pulse.

Prospect of a World I Dream takes you on a journey with Inna and Ayden to colonize a distant planet. Love blooms among the asteroids in Alex Kane’s modern spin on a classic science fiction theme.

Across the Terminator takes you to the forgotten American and Chinese lunar research bases. Can the scientists learn to get along in David Tallerman’s poignant portrayal of a very different Cold War?

Plotting War throws you into a battleground on alien soil. Chuck Rothman’s brutal depiction of far-flung war raises important questions about human nature. 

Picking Up Plans in Palma thrusts you into the Afrikaner Confederation with American spy Connor Kelly as he runs for his life. Matthew W. Quinn’s dystopian alternate history will have you holding your breath until the end.

Burying Engines places you in the heated courtroom of the Old West steampunk colony of Arimex. Marilyn K. Martin’s tale reveals what happens when two deputies are charged with destroying a robot. 

Catch a Fallen Star takes you above ground during a meteorite pass as Valentin attempts to catch a curfew-breaker. It’s a deadly game of cat and mouse in Jennifer Campbell-Hicks’ cyberpunk thriller.

A Moment of Clarity guides you through a world where the history and future of Earth are controlled by an alien planet. R. L. Robinson and E. C. Forbes’ gritty cyberpunk noir will make you question everything you know.

Entangled unravels a secret of love and destiny as May tries to save her galactic soulmate. Rachael Acks’ mesmerizing montage will enrapture you. 

Water Finds Its Path drags you on a journey through a dry, decaying wasteland as Foley and Anna desperately search for water. Robert Lowell Russell’s dystopian tale will leave you thirsty for more. 

Cosmic Hooey is a return to the Golden Age of science fiction. This anthology is a celebration of the most exciting literary tradition. It is a treat for the true science fiction lover. Digital Science Fiction is your new guide to the wonderful depths of the universe. Enjoy the ride!

Digital Science Fiction 

A new age of science fiction is here. Digital Science Fiction lovingly curates masterful tales from a wide array of authors. We are proud to bring you the best stories from award winners, up-and-comers, and established veterans of the craft. If it’s got our name on it, you know it’s going to be great.

Digital Science Fiction brings a noble tradition of wonder into the new age. Magazines might be waning, replaced with tablets and holographic entertainment devices, but we will never lose the fantastic stories that excite our imaginations. We must carry them with us through the ages, reading them, writing them, discussing them, sharing them, and loving them. Strap yourself in and prepare for takeoff. 

This is gripping science fiction at its finest. 
This is Digital Science Fiction. 
Your brain will thank us. 

Learn more at: DigitalScienceFiction.com

Uncommon Senses

Uncommon Senses Digital Fantasy Fiction Anthology Series 1 – Book 1 features the following incredible fantasy stories:

*Something Rich and Strange by Mike Reeves-McMillan
*The Beast of the Bosporus by Matthew W. Quinn
*The Family Spirit by Lillian Csernica The Desire of All Things by Jordan Taylor
*Lord Giovanni’s Daughter by Matthew W. Quinn
*Toward Inevitable Dawn by Brandon Nolta
*There Is a Season by Scott R. Parkin
*Black Horticulture by David Tallerman The Blue Rocker by Gary Cuba
*The Magic of Money by J. J. Steinfeld

Stories for a Cruel World

“Bruce Memblatt delivers sixteen stories of highly original, edge-of-your-seat horror in this exciting collection. The twists in Memblatt’s writing are always creepy and unnerving, but never predictable. Read this book! – Jeani Rector, Editor of The Horror Zine 

An Aberrant Mind

A collection of short horror tales aimed at young adult to adult audiences. Everything from undead squirrels to granny battling Cthulhu’s minions.

First Contact

Ten Unique Stories by Professional Science Fiction Authors

First Contact – Digital Science Fiction Anthology: Series One – Book One, is an anthology of ten original science fiction short stories from professional writers. We are pleased to present in this exciting anthology a rich range of compelling new stories from established authors. In selecting stories for inclusion in this introductory edition we looked not only for exciting or novel content but for genuine literary quality. We know these science fiction tales will not only entertain, but will offer something extra as well: an aesthetic pleasure, a beauty, or a thought-provoking quality that renders them timeless.

First Contact includes 10 first-time-published science fiction short stories by:

Ian Creasey – How I Lost Eleven Stone and Found Love
Ed Greenwood – Biting a Dead Man’s Hand
Ken Liu – The Caretaker
Jennifer R. Povey – Masks
Rob Jacobsen – Hera’s Tempest
Edward J. Knight – Roanoke Nevada
Jessi Rita Hoffman – Nectar of the Gods
Kenneth Schneyer – The Tortoise Parliament
David Tallerman – Black Sun
Curtis James McConnell – Pop Quiz

Thank you for your interest in our book. We invite you to plunge into the ten exciting stories contained within. We hope you enjoy them as much as we have enjoyed presenting them.