“Alien Invasion Short Stories” is a new anthology from Flametree Publishing, and it is now available in gorgeous hardcover from the publisher. This anthology includes my story “Long As I Can See The Light”, a scifi short story set in Vancouver and originally published in the anthology “People Are Strange”.
The anthology will also be available from other online retailers in May. The hardback editions from Flametree look absolutely beautiful (“Hardback Deluxe edition, printed on silver, matt laminated, gold and silver foil stamped, embossed”).
- Read a Q&A with some of the authors (including me!) at Flametree Publishing.
More about the anthology:
Visitors from other planets have long obsessed us. H.G. Wells’ War of Worlds spawned a huge wave of speculative fiction but the roots of such fears run deep in our literature, where the mysteries of other cultures have long threatened the familiar and the comfortable. Did aliens build the ancient pyramids? do they live amongst us today? what happens when they invade? And are they just the people from the next valley? or country? or planet? Would it be an inevitable act of aggression, one of assistance and care, or simply a reminder of our paltry existence in a crowded universe?