Other Worldsby Simon Kewin
A constellation of wondrous stars…
Other Worlds collects together fifty-two science fiction and fantasy stories that graced the pages of some of the planet’s finest speculative fiction magazines and anthologies between 2012 and 2018.
Starships and sorcerers, aliens and demons, space exploration and forbidden magics throng these pages, in stories that are thrilling, amusing, thought-provoking, terrifying and delightful.
Other worlds await...
Investments * Climbing Olympus * Demonic Summoning, Ratings and Reviews * What the Darkness Is * Congratulations on the Purchase of Your New Universe! * Junker Joe * The Waters, Dividing the Land * Nicholas Semper’s War * Bean Sí * A Ring, a Ring o’ Roses * And Now the Zombie Forecast * Anax Britannica * The Hunter and the Hunted * Leviathan * Lord Lion’s Design * Her Father’s Eyes * In the Detail * Viral * Professor Pandemonium’s Train of Terror * For All Time * Welcome to Vega IV! * The Last Trap * The Infestation * Corvus The Mighty * Your Call May Be Recorded For Training Purposes * Jumpjacker * The Monster * The Day The Books Left * The Chronicles of Zer * Threads * Eighteen Million Butterflies * If You Could Choose One Day * Hellfire Unleashed * Malware * The Last Fight of the Carrion Crow * A Mote in the Void * A Sarcophagus in Obsidian * A Troublesome Speck * The Sword of Power * The Stars are Tiny Lights on a Perfect Black Dome * A Midwinter Sacrifice * Safe Waters * A Distant Glimpse * Problem Hair * Adrift * The Brass Doors * The Tale of the Dog * The Cat’s Tale * The Seven Other Dwarves * Earth Station Six * The Wrong Tom Jacks * Her Long Hair Shining
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Simon is a British fantasy and sci/fi writer, with over a hundred short stories published in a wide variety of magazines, including Analog and Nature. He’s the author of the Cloven Land fantasy trilogy, cyberpunk sci/fi thriller The Genehunter and the steampunk Gormenghast Engn saga.
Some of his books are available to download for free – and there are more if you sign up to his newsletter. He’s a member of the British Fantasy Society and the Untethered Realms collective.
He was born in the Year of the Dragon. He still thinks digital watches are a pretty neat idea.