New titles from FableCroft and Chelsea Station

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Check out the dark science fiction stories in Joanne Anderton’s The Bone Chime and Other Stories, one of a number of new Australian collections and anthologies that have just been added from FableCroft, who previously brought us the popular anthology After the Rain.Their two new anthologies are One Small Step, an Anthology of Discoveries edited by Tehani Wessely and Canterbury 2100: Pilgrimages in a New World, edited by Dirk Flinthart.

This week we added issue 3 of Chelsea Station, and for fans of this new magazine of gay writing, the good news is that issue 4 is coming out next week. There are 2 other new CSE titles, a book of essays, Love, Christopher Street by Thomas Keith and Lambda Award winner Tom Cardamone’s Pacific RimmingI really liked his novella Green Thumb, which was published by Lethe Press. If you want to know what’s coming up from Lethe, check our their catalog here.

One Small Step, an anthology of discoveries Canterbury 2100: pilgrimages in a new world Love, Christopher Street Pacific Rimming The Human Side of Postmortems Disruptive Possibilities: How Big Data Changes Everything


There are also two freebies available from O’Reilly: The Human Side of PostMortems by Dave Zwieback and Disruptive Possibilities: How Big Data Changes Everything by Jeffrey Needham.


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