Sci-Fi from the Rock | an Anthology of short fiction


Sci-Fi from the Rock 2016

Sci-Fi from the Rock

Ellen Curtis & Erin Vance (Editors) Nineteen short stories written by an eclectic mix of some of the best science-fiction and fantasy authors in Atlantic Canada, some of them award-winning veterans and some of them new to the craft for the first time.


Edited by Erin Vance and veteran science-fiction author Ellen Louise Curtis, this collection features the heartfelt, creatively charged, astonishing fiction that showcases the talent and charm Atlantic Canada has to offer. Featuring the work of Kenneth Tam, Scott Bartlett, Jay Paulin, Alison House, & many more!

Title Information:

ISBN: 978-1926903293
Release Date: April 2016
Price (CAD): Print: $25 / EBook: $2.99
Page Count: 280

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“At a time like this with things looking so grim financially for our province, it was comforting to read so many amazing stories and to see the level of creativity and storytelling we have right here at home.”
Jeff, GoodReads reviewer
April 17,2016

“Melanie Collins was the last [story I] read and I wasn’t disappointed. Melanie Collins has a wonderful way with words. Reading the stories makes me want to write again.”
Jeremy Bulloch
Boba Fett

“Darren Hann can really write and he has an active imagination… he is inclined to include everything but the kitchen sink. I will definitely watch out for his prose in the future.”
John Robert Colombo
Colombo & Company

“A wonderful testing ground for new authors. Not only do we get to see what stories work, but readers get an easily accessible venue to see what authors they enjoy following and might enjoy following in the future. The work of all three authors was fantastical and imaginative, each in their own special way.”
Matthew LeDrew
author of Black Womb and Infinity

“Each story has its own merits, but Hann’s interested me the most… This tale envisions a twisted sense of Canadiana that I found refreshing.”
David Reynolds,
author of Superheroes: Popular Culture’s Modern Myths

“[Scott] Bartlett’s writing has an effortless originality.”
The Telegram

“Kenneth Tam is able to take 150 characters and give us what we need. We get exciting battles, characters we care about, and we worry when the odds get to great. We feel for the RNR and the mysterious girls.”
42 Webs

“Such a pleasure…[Scott] Bartlett has been meticulous.”
Downhome Magazine

“[Speaking on Super Galactic Space Explorers] My favorite IWC publication: Fun, punchy dialogue; great gags; Easter egg references; a swiftly moving plot… just fantastic.”
Peter Chiykowski
Rock, Paper, Cynic

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