Planetary Anthology: Earth
Planetary Anthology EARTH IS OUT NOW!
My short story Xolotl Resurrected is only one of twenty tales you can find featured in this new release called Planetary Anthology: Earth published by Superversive Press.
Xolotl Resurrected is the origin story of Horizons Unlimited, the organization that created Matt-Con tech. Its the same universe as Quicksilver (Mercury Anthology), and Thirty-Seven Shades of Yellow (Venus Anthology), AND the upcoming Horizons Unlimited: Volume 1 to be released later this month which will include a brand new novella call Escaping Aurora! Get this anthology now and read up so that you are ready for the fun!
Here’s the teaser synopsis:
Xolotl Resurrected – A convergence of breakthroughs in quantum intelligence and materials technology has lead to the birth of matter conversion. Can the idealistic inventors prove its viability to the world, and share it, while still protecting against its misuse? They have the power to create anything, so why not start with a miracle?
Get your copy on –> Amazon!
Take a look at this awesome launch video put together by Ben Zwycky.
Here’s the blurb:
18 tales of explorers, lost worlds, strange and wondrous creatures, gods & goddesses of old, miraculous inventions, aliens, bots and post humans, brought together in this anthology of discovery and daring.
Come explore the legends and chronicles of planet Earth and the space beyond in the fourth volume in the Planetary series.
Included in this volume are:
Silesian Treasure by WJ Hayes
This Planet is a Hole by Lou Antonelli
Extinction Point by Richard Paolinelli
I Hate Mars! By Arlan Andrews
The Mantle of Gaia by Jody Lynn Nye
Reality Run by Alfred Genneson
Escape From The Lost Land by Nathan Dabney
Unacceptable Losses by John M. Olson
Climate of Change by Marie Genneson
Welcome to Mars! by A. M. Freeman
The Dawn of Reason by Dan Gallagher
Under A Wayward Sun by Josh Griffing
The Hidden Conquest by Hans Schantz
Complicit in Their Bondage by J. Manfred Weichse
Ringrun by Ben Wheeler
Xolotl Resurrected by J.D. Beckwith
We’ll Always Have Earth by Bokerah Brumley