The Fifth Science Fiction Megapack Gardner Dozois et al.
The fifth volume in the Science Fiction Megapack series collects 25 tales of high adventure through other worlds and times, including 5 Hugo and Nebula Award-winners and nominees. Featured this time are:
AGAPE AMONG… More
The Sixth Science Fiction Megapack Arthur C. Clarke et al.
“The Sixth Science Fiction Megapack” presents 25 more mind-bending excursions through time and space, with great stories by such authors as Arthur C. Clarke, Nancy Kress, Lawrence Watt-Evans, George… More
The Robert Sheckley Megapack Robert Sheckley
The Robert Sheckley Megapack presents 14 short stories and 1 novel by the author Neil Gaiman called “probably the best short-story writer during the ’50s to the mid-1960s working in any field.” … More
The Mack Reynolds Megapack Mack Reynolds et al.
Mack Reynolds was a frequent and prolific contributor to the science fiction magazines from the 1950s through the 1980s. This volume collects 23 choice tales, ranging from space opera to social science fiction —… More
Yondering Robert Reginald et al.
This is one of a series of anthologies of science fiction and mystery stories by Borgo Press writers that are being distributed at cost as both ebooks and paperback volumes. The first volume in the sequence, Yondering,… More
The Randall Garrett Megapack Randall Garrett et al.
“The Randall Garrett Megapack” (and its companion volume, “The Second Randall Garrett Megapack”) together encompass 42 classic-era science fiction tales by Randall Garrett. Readers… More
The Second Fredric Brown Megapack Fredric Brown
Fredric Brown (1906-1972) is perhaps best remembered for his use of humor and his mastery of the “short-short” form (these days called flash fiction) — stories of one to three pages, often with ingenious… More
The Eighth Science Fiction Megapack George R.R. Martin et al.
“The Eighth Science Fiction Megapack” presents another stellar lineup of classic science fiction, new and old. Here are 25 stories (plus a bonus interview with best-selling author George R.R. Martin)… More
Major Karnage Gord Zajac
DON’T TALK TO HIM ABOUT THE WAR!!!!
It has been 20 years since The War, and Major John Karnage has finally settled into retirement: locked up in an insane asylum, with an explosive device embedded in the back of his… More
Gamification / C-Monkeys Keith Hollihan
This is a double novella “flip book” pairing a modern corporate suspense story about the cover-up of a CEO’s illicit affair, with a 1970s-era science fiction thriller about an oil company’s… More
Transmission Error Michael Kurland
Daniel Godfrey has been sentenced to be transported to a prison planet for a crime he didn’t commit–but something goes wrong with the transmatter device, and Daniel and his companions are thrust onto an alien… More
The Edmond Hamilton Megapack Edmond Hamilton
Edmond Hamilton. For most people, this name conjures visions of two-fisted space opera — pure pulp science fiction. And Hamilton — known as the author of the “Captain Future” series —… More
Mars Needs Books! Gary Lovisi
In the not-so-distant future, men have come to Mars to escape the oppressive Earth government. Ryan is an agent for a super-secret government agency, the Department of Control (DOC), and has always been willing to do… More
World Without Chance: Classic Pulp Science Fiction Stories in the Vein of Stanley G. Weinbaum John Russell Fearn
SF Author Stanley G. Weinbaum died from cancer at 33, in December 1935. Short though his career was, his scientific imagination, smooth characterization, and humor completely revolutionized the field, and profoundly… More
Journey to the Core of Creation Brian Stableford
It is 1847, and Paris is edging closer to its next revolution, but something is also astir inside Mont Dragon in the Ardèche. This is a place of annual pilgrimage for a band of enigmatic nomads, and also a place of interest… More
The Gates of Eden Brian Stableford
Despite the development of a faster-than-light drive, Earth’s space program has been in the doldrums for centuries, as has Earth itself. Hyperspace being impossible to navigate without beacons at which to aim, … More