Review: The Once and Future Moon (edited by Allen Ashley)

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Review: The Once and Future Moon (edited by Allen Ashley)

The Once and Future Moon (edited by Allen Ashley) was published by Eibonvale Press in October 2019.

About Allen Ashley:

Allen Ashley is a British Fantasy Award winner. His short stories, poems, flash fiction and articles have  been widely published in anthologies, magazines and online venues in the UK, USA, Canada and Spain. His books include the novel “The Planet Suite” (TTA Press 1997; reprinted Eibonvale Press 2016) and the anthology “Humanagerie” (Eibonvale Press, 2018, co-edited with Sarah Doyle). He works as a critical reader and creative writing tutor and is the founder of the advanced science fiction and fantasy group Clockhouse London Writers.

Click here to visit his official website.

About The Once and Future Moon:

The Moon.

It has been there throughout human history: accompanying, guiding, inspiring and influencing us. Without it there might be no philosophy, literature, mathematics, religion, astronomy or exploration.

We might think we can conquer the Moon but perhaps the truth is that the Moon controls us.

This anthology will take you from the Stone Age to the near-future via alternate history.

Eighteen brand new science fiction and science fantasy tales by some of today’s top writers.

Edited by British Fantasy Award winner Allen Ashley.

Your lunar cycle starts here.