How to Save the World brings together 11 of today's brightest authors, presenting their answers to solve a pressing problem facing the human race. From the growing energy crisis to women's rights to overpopulation to the survival of humanity in the future, the stories in this anthology examine the issues facing our planet today - and offer hope for our survival tomorrow.
Time-travel stories open the entire world and all of time to writers' imaginations. The fifteen writers in this third original anthology in the Fiction River line explore everything from Chicago gangsters to Japanese tsunamis, and travel from 2013 to the nineteenth century to a vast future. Featuring work from award winners to bestsellers to a few newcomers whose time will come, Time Streams turns the time-travel genre on its head. Fiction River is off to an auspicious start. It's a worthy heir to the original anthology series of the 60s and 70s.
From a funeral procession in Asia, to an ancestral estate deep in the heart of a vaguely Victorian forest, to a carriage accident in the vast universe of The Runelords, Unnatural Worlds takes listeners on a journey to the far side of the imagination. Funny, heartbreaking, frightening, but most importantly, memorable, the original stories in this anthology go places few writers dare reach. Unnatural Worlds marks the perfect start to the brand-new Fiction River anthology series.
Patch the Steampunk Pirate Bear and his friend Sprocket the Mechanical Bird sail a steam-powered ship on an adventure through a sky filled with floating islands. Chased by his nemesis Captain Caroline, Patch must risk everything to find the Lost City of Gold and save his friend Nikola. With time running out and Caroline's ship the Wolf hot on his tail, Patch must find the city and get his crew home safely before they are shipwrecked and trapped forever.
Reclaiming the Soul of Your Faith is a provocative invitation for people, especially that growing segment of the population who say they are "spiritual, not religious" to examine what a faith looks like beyond the usual confines of organized religion.