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Today I returned my edits for "The Empty Utopia" to ericreynolds of Hadley Rille Books, and coincidentally he just posted the table of contents for the upcoming Ruins: Extraterrestrial anthology of original fiction. Here's the gorgeous cover:

Cover art copyright (c) Guillaume Le Tual.

The book will be out very shortly, sez Eric, and I'll announce when I hear more. By the way, this is the same publishing house that just put out Visual Journeys: A Tribute to Space Art (available on Amazon and now - for you Lawrence-area folks - also in the Oread Bookstore on campus). Eric also edited Golden Age SF: Tales of a Bygone Future, with many fine works by authors such as Arthur C. Clarke, Stephen Baxter, Terry Bisson, Tobias S. Buckell, James Gunn, G. David Nordley, Mike Resnick, and Robert Sheckley.

So without further ado, here's the Table of Contents for
Ruins: Extraterrestrial (Ruins anthology, vol. 2),
sorted by author's last name:
Camille Alexa "Inclusions"
Paul L. Bates "Flies"
Sue Blalock "Charybdis"
Gustavo Bondoni "Borrowed Time"
Willis Couvillier "Heartcry"
Jennifer Crow
(kythiaranos)
"Among the Shards of Heaven"
Tristan S. Davenport "The Price of Peace"
Jack Hillman "Planetfall"
Davin Ireland "Combustible Eden"
Robert B. Marcus, Jr. "Memories"
Cheryl McCreary "When All is Known"
Christopher McKitterick
(mckitterick)
"The Empty Utopia"
Rob Riel "Red City"
Jonathan Shipley "Song of the Child-Prophet"
Doug Smith "Jigsaw"
Justin Stanchfield "Beyond the Wall"
Ted Stetson "God of Tomorrow"
Elizabeth Kate Switaj "Introduction to the Findings of Team

150B-T.2U by Raiden Mesc Gerarti"
Lavie Tidhar "The Fateful Voyage of the Madame Liberté"
Trent Walters
(blzblack)
"Inheritance"
Wendy Waring
(wendy_waring)
"Stonework"
Suanne Warr "Watcher in the Dark"
Harvey Welles and Philip Raines "The Dam"

PS: Anybody know if the other authors mentioned above are LJers?

This Hadley Rille Books is a publisher to watch, sez I!

Best,
Chris

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cmt2779
Aug. 30th, 2007 03:47 am (UTC)
This Hadley Rille Books is a publisher to watch, sez I!

And of course you're not biased at all. :-P

Seriously, this is very cool. I'm still waiting on my loan check (a whole story in and of itself), but when it gets here, Visual Journeys is on my wishlist.
mckitterick
Aug. 30th, 2007 04:06 am (UTC)
Of course I'm biased! But I wouldn't have wanted to be published by them if I hadn't already been impressed with their released work and upcoming ideas. I intend to submit something for every upcoming Hadley Rille antho - wish me luck that I create stuff worth publishing.

And thanks for the support. I hope you enjoy it!
silk_noir
Aug. 30th, 2007 12:53 pm (UTC)
That is a gorgeous cover.
mckitterick
Aug. 31st, 2007 08:21 am (UTC)
Isn't it though? Lovely, and I'm proud to be in such a book.
fireguarder
Aug. 31st, 2007 03:14 am (UTC)
Golden Age SF is available at Oread books, too. ;-) Just mentioning, in my own, unbiased way....
mckitterick
Aug. 31st, 2007 08:20 am (UTC)
Awesome! I don't think I have my own copy of that....
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