What, exactly, are stories at the intersection of science fiction and horror?
Science fiction stories often look to worlds bursting with imagination, or exploring the impact of a speculative future. And while horror stories can be written for superficial spooks, the best ones dig deep and compel an introspection that may be uncomfortable. There's an overlap that ties the two genres together, where sociology meets terror, and where technology collides with the human condition.
This collection of thirteen stories explores have the potential to make you reflect on the world and on your place within it. Each story deals with human nature, and what it means to live in this complex and changing world at this strange time in history.
* Joanne Anderton - Ten Thousand Gates
* Avra Margariti - Meat and Sugar
* Keith Rosson - This World or the Next
* Erica Ciko Campbell - Macrophages
* Casey Reinhardt - Koru
* Claire Davon - Acceptance
* Dona McCormack - Stars in her Eyes
* Lee Clark Zumpe - The Luxury of Helplessness
* Eric Nash - April Showers
* Peri Dwyer Worrell - Tongue
* Lillie E. Franks - Catechism in the House of the Great Father
* Rebecca Ruth Gould - Like a Cavafy Poem
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