Beacons of Tomorrow: Second Collection
Tyrannosaurus Press, 2008 - Fiction - 240 pages
Beacons of Tomorrow: Second Collection continues the efforts of Tyrannosaurus Press to bring talented, emerging storytellers to the attention of a broader readership. The eighteen compelling stories in this anthology run the gamut of speculative fiction, from past to post-apocalyptic, from surreal to supernatural, and from futuristic to fantastic.
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Featuring thirteen stories originally submitted to Tyrannosaurus Press’ The Illuminati, Beacons of Tomorrow is an interesting attempt at collecting together original short fiction from writers who ... Read full review
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