This six-volume boxed set contains some of the best short stories and novels from award-winning author Mike Resnick. Speculate on the identity of the Dark Lady, pursue the Soul Eater through the stars, and decide which evils are necessary in a science fiction collection like no other.
A thriller set on the planet Walpurgis III, where mass killer Conrad Bland has taken refuge. A mysterious man named Jericho is hired to kill him. But once Jericho arrives on Walpurgis he is hunted in turn by Detective John Sable.
The development of Avatar technology—the fusion of human mind with remote computer and robotic technology—offers breathtaking advances in medicine, culture, transportation, and imagination. The possibilities are just emerging.
Who better to imagine the possibilities than some of the most insightful SF writers? These 14 tales explore the possibilities of avatar technology.
More great answers from a science fiction master! New & hopeful writers pose questions to Resnick, who offers sage and witty advice, backed up by his many years of experience in the field. According to Locus he is the all-time leading award winner for short fiction in the genre; he has also edited 2 major magazines and 42 anthologies. There is no better source for answers and advice in the field.
Questions and answers on the business of writing Science Fiction
Mike Resnick wrote 59 “Ask Bwana” columns for the multiple Hugo nominee Speculations in the 1990s. He has expanded and updated his answers in this new column, as well as including a few brand-new “Ask Bwana” column he recently ran on his website.
The greatest heroes in the galaxy gather in a very special tavern at the outskirts of civilization to swap tall tales about their heroic deeds until they are confronted by a war and actually have to perform acts of heroism.
THE DARK LADY is the only American book ever to win France’s 100,000-franc Prix Tour Eiffel Prize for Best Novel. And since it was written by 5-time Hugo winner and Worldcon Guest of Honor Mike Resnick, that was no accident.
Some writing classes caution their students to avoid first-person stories—too traditional, too dated, too difficult to sell. We’ve convinced 5-time Hugo Award winner Mike Resnick to show you how it’s done with two dozen of his best first-person stories.