Monday, May 21, 2018

Twelve Tomorrows

The novel I'm presently working on won't be published until next year (or possibly the year after), but I do have a few new short stories scheduled for release in 2018. The first, a weird biological apocalypse number, 'Chine Life', is in Twelve Tomorrows, an anthology of original SF stories published by MIT and edited by Wade Roush. It's out on Friday May 25th, so why not order it now? Here's the Table of Contents:

Profile of Samuel R. Delany - Mark Pontin and Jason Pontin
The Woman Who Destroyed Us - SL Huang
Okay, Glory - Elizabeth Bear
Byzantine Empathy - Ken Liu
Chine Life - Paul McAuley
Fields of Gold - Liu Cixin
Resolution - Clifford V. Johnson
Escape From Caring Seasons - Sarah Pinsker
The Heart Of The Matter - Nnedi Okorafor
Different Seas - Alastair Reynolds
Disaster Tourism - Malka Older
Vespers - JM Ledgard


Blogger DANIELBLOOM said...

Paul re chine life. I am in chine er Taiwan. Is story available as stand alone online ? Cheers Dan

September 16, 2018 1:32 am  
Blogger Paul McAuley said...

Hi Dan, It's only avaiable in the anthology at the moment. (In the story it's chine as in machine.)

September 16, 2018 4:25 pm  

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