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30 speculative short stories by award-winning author, Alanah Andrews. Including ‘Written in the Stars’ (Winner of the Birdcatcher Books Short Story Award) and 22nd Century Jury (Winner of the Avid Readers Flash Fiction Prize) Purchase. A speculative fiction writers group based in Brooklyn. Together, we help one another hone our craft to a more professional level.
Louis Doggett: I would think that could be the true in many cases. Even though not all. Chad Pettit: Thus is a spot on definition. I think writers of speculative fiction probably need this awareness more than readers, especially casual readers that think fantasy is The Hobbit and Sci-fi is Star Trek.
From the drought-plagued plains of Mars, to a post-apocalyptic Canada, to the familiar American West and Mexico, to other dimensions and other worlds weird and wonderful, an international cast of bestselling, award-winning, established, and emerging authors brings you 25 strange western tales: Robert Lee Beers – A hardboiled P.I. and his partner must find their [ ]. Speculative fiction is a fiction genre speculating about worlds that are unlike the real world in various important ways. In these contexts, it generally overlaps one or more of the following: science fiction, fantasy fiction, horror fiction, supernatural fiction, superhero fiction, utopian and dystopian fiction, apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction, and alternate history.
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The benefits of writing speculative fiction are many. The freedom to address ideas and themes which may be considered socially difficult or even taboo with most fiction: race, religion, gender, social issues, poverty, extreme wealth, inequality. The freedom to imagine worlds completely different from our own.