SFWA Members Paul Cook,Ed Greenwood, Robert Lowell Russell, and Eric James Stone have stories appearing in Digital SF's "Heir Apparent" #
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This collection features short stories plus correspondence from Gardner Dozois at Asimov’s S-F when the author was breaking into science fiction. Published by John Teehan and The Merry Blacksmith Press, it is 238 pages long and reprints 16 stories.
Stephanie Feldman’s debut novel, The Angel of Losses (HarperCollins 2014), is a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection and one of the Washington Post’s top five science fiction/fantasy books of 2014.