Planetary Anthology: Venus
The next installment of the Planetary Anthology series – VENUS – releases on Valentine’s Day!
If you like a little romance in your sci-fi & fantasy, or even a little sci-fi & fantasy in your romance, this one is for you.
My short story Thirty-Seven Shades of Yellow (yes, I went there, but it’s not what you think) is only one of twenty tales you can find featured in this new release called Planetary Anthology: Venus published by Superversive Press.
TSSoY takes place in the same universe as Quicksilver (from the Mercury Anthology).
Here’s the teaser synopsis:
Thirty-Seven Shades of Yellow – Terraforming Venus places human pioneers in a constant struggle against a raging environment, but the real challenge is finding that special someone with whom to fight the fight.
Help make this a great launch by grabbing your copy on Amazon.
Take a look at this awesome launch video put together by Ben Zwycky.
Here’s the blurb:
The second planet from the sun, a world of sulfurous gas and tremendous temperatures where the landscape features—mountains and valleys—are all named for love goddesses. Venus herself is the goddess most known for allure and romance.
Here are twenty stories featuring Venus, the planet, the goddess, or just plain love—both romantic and otherwise. Planetary Fiction explores the themes associated with these heavenly bodies as well as their astronomical, mythological, and in some cases even alchemical significance.
Included in this volume are
Just Look, I’ll Be There by A. M. Freeman
Morning And Evening Star by David Hallquist
Ninety Seconds by Bokerah Brumley
The Wrong Venus by Lou Antonelli
Enemy Beloved by Monalisa Foster
Texente Tela Veneris by Edward Willett
The Happiest Place On Earth by Misha Burnett
Love Boat To Venus by Declan Finn
Venus Times Three by Margot St Aubin
Avalon by Dawn Witzke
The Rituals Of Venus by Joshua M. Young
First Cat In Space by Dana Bell
Venus Felix by W. J. Hayes
The Rocket Raising by Frederic Himebaugh
Star-Crossed by Julie Frost
Honeymoon In Fairland by L. Jagi Lamplighter
Thirty-Seven Shades of Yellow by J.D. Beckwith
The Fox’s Fire by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
Smiley The Robot by Amy Sterling Casil
Stones In High Places by Jane Lebak