A dark, bleak look human frailty and bravery and stupidity, as the planet-killer impact arrives.
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Now writing a column for Interzone, Allan’s latest story for them stops just as it’s getting interesting, so I’m hoping there’s at least one more followup story
Stories by Nina Allan, Jay O’Connell, S.L. Nickerson, T.R. Napper, Julie C. Day, Sam J. Miller.
Lacking an sfnal element, a story that doesn’t really fit the anthology.
Cover by Wayne Haag. Stories by James van Pelt, E. Catherine Tobler, Andrew Hook, Neil Williamson, Caren Gussoff, several excellent.
A story that starts by getting the reader hooked – the protagonist is getting PTSD therapy due to losing his universe.
Grey mould is taking over the world, and this story moves to a chilling climax, with the reader keen to find out what happens next.
A word about page layout which has a red illustration of chasm walls hemming in the text. That word is excellent.