[Re]Awakenings: An Anthology of New Speculative Fiction
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[Re]Awakenings: An Anthology of New Speculative Fiction

by P. R. Pope
Release date: November 2011
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction, fantasy, horror, anthology

Edited by P. R. Pope.

[Re]Awakenings are the starting points for life-changing experiences; a new plane of existence, an alternate reality or cyber-reality. This genre-spanning anthology of new speculative fiction explores that theme with a spectrum of tales, from science fiction to fantasy to paranormal; in styles from clinically serious to joyfully silly. As you read through them all, and you must read all of them, you will discover along the way that stereo-typical distinctions between the genres within speculative fiction are often arbitrary and unhelpful. You will be taken on an emotional journey through a galaxy of sparkling fiction; you will laugh, you will cry; you will consider timeless truths and contemplate eternal questions.

All of life is within these pages, from birth to death (and in some cases beyond). In all of these stories, most of them specifically written for this anthology, the short story format has been used to great effect. If you haven’t already heard of some of these authors, you soon will as they are undoubtedly destined to become future stars in the speculative fiction firmament.

Remember, you read them here first!


  • Alison Buck: Dreamers; Intervention; Mirror Mirror; Podcast
  • Neil Faarid: The Adventures of Kit Brennan: Kidnapped!
  • Gingerlily: The Dragon and the Rose
  • Robin Moran: The Merry Maiden Wails
  • PR Pope: Afterlife; Courtesy Bodies; On the Game
  • Alexander Skye: BlueWinter; Dreaming Mars; Exploring the Heavens; Worth It
  • Peter Wolfe: If You Go into the Woods Today...
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