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Explore new worlds ...
In this third anthology of modern Canadian speculative fiction, explore new worlds of alternate realities in time and space by new and established Canadian authors.
Travel to a planet where the five senses are not good enough ... watch a baseball game on Mars ... fly with Garuda, the king of birds, to see what kind of human folly he can find to amuse the gods ... visit a laundromat that can take you anywhere in space and time ... stroll through a holograph of the last forest on earth ... see if time will end with a jolt or a gradual slide.
Tesseracts3 includes works from authors:
Charles de Lint,
James Alan Gardiner,
P. K. Page,
Hugo and Nebula award winner William Gibson,
and Margaret Atwood, winner of the Giller Prize, the Governor Generals Award and the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Science Fiction.
About the editors:
Candas Jane Dorsey
Candas Jane Dorsey is an internationally-known writer and editor whose novel Black Wine won the Tiptree, Crawford and Aurora Awards, her various other works have also garnered the WGA Short Fiction Award, and the Sunburst Award for best Canadian fantastic fiction. Her other books include Machine Sex and other stories, and Leaving Marks. She is the founding president of SF Canada, the professional Canadian speculative writers' association, and has worked on the boards and committees of other writers organizations in Canada. A native of Edmonton Canada, Candas has been a free lance writer and editor since 1979. [MORE]
Gerald L. Truscott has been an editor and publisher for more than 20 years, and has also written several short stories, including ‘Cee’ in the first Tesseracts anthology, ‘Transit’, and ‘In the Court of Crimson King’ (On Spec, Spring 1998). He lives in Victoria, B.C. with his wife and three daughters, and is a publisher/editor for the Royal British Museum. [MORE]
About the Series:
- The Water Man by Ursula Pflug
- Read by Christiana Ellis for Escape Pod