'Gigantic Worlds' - 51 science flash fiction stories from 51 authors that will transport you to other worlds. Over 250 pages of robot rebellions, alien pornography, high society cyborgs, orgasmic planets, space-time disruptions, and futures both likely and unlikely.


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Gigantic Worlds, Ed. by Lincoln Michel and Nadxieli Nieto, Gigantic Books, 2014.


51 science flash fiction stories from 51 authors that will transport you to other worlds. Over 250 pages of robot rebellions, alien pornography, high society cyborgs, orgasmic planets, space-time disruptions, and futures both likely and unlikely. New or previously uncollected work from Jonathan Lethem, Lynne Tillman, Charles Yu, Alissa Nutting, Ted Chiang, and many more. Hardcover with color interior art and a cover by Michael DeForge. Get your hands/tentacles/clamps on it today.


AUTHORS: Rachel Abelson, J. G. Ballard, Laird Barron, Jedediah Berry, James Brubaker, Rita Bullwinkel, Blake Butler, Alexandra Chasin, Ted Chiang, Tina Connolly, Philip K. Dick, Andrew Ervin, Iosif Eseki (translated by Jason Leib), Rebecca Evanhoe, Brian Evenson, Ashley Farmer, Erin Fitzgerald, Seth Fried, Gina Keicher, Christopher Kennedy, Brian Kubarycz, Catherine Lacey, J. Robert Lennon, Jonathan Lethem, Amy Letter, Ben Loory, Kelly Luce, Alex Dally MacFarlane, Meghan McCarron, Kyle Minor, Alissa Nutting, David Ohle, Ed Park, Helen Phillips, Giovanna Rivero (translated by Heather Cleary), Matt Rowan, Matthew Rossi, Ben Segal, Joseph Scapellato, Lorraine Schein, Rion Amilcar Scott, Amber Sparks, Lynne Tillman, Brent Van Horne, Adrian Van Young, Karolina Waclawiak, Adam Wilson, Alexander Yates, Charles Yu, Virginia Zech, Corey Zeller


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