Kam Samir Naji has always been an above-average smuggler but finds himself in a new dimension of possibility when he becomes the owner of a restored space freighter that seems to have a mind of its own.
With an assassin tracking his every move and a hold full of cargo in need of delivery, everything Kam thinks he knows about reality is coming into question in a galaxy where answers may lie on the far side of a jump gate.
The Haunting of the Ginger’s Regret is a part of the 224-Verse continuity but is a completely stand-alone short with no prior knowledge of the characters or settings required for enjoyment.
In the fringes of the galaxy lie civilizations not yet exposed to the marvels of jump technology or the cultural significance of membership within the Galactic Assembly.
The planet Peratah is one such civilization, content in its isolation until a graduate student opts to live among a secluded sect on nearby moon Keita.
She quickly discovers that there are greater mysteries at play within the elusive society; mysteries of the cornerstone of their philosophy centering on an alien artifact dating back millions of years.
People Of The Spire is a part of the 224-Verse continuity but is a completely stand-alone short with no prior knowledge of the characters or settings required for enjoyment.
Starry Eyed Press presents a collection of twenty tales of space opera and the opportunity to journey to the farthest reaches of the cosmos from the comfort of your favorite chair. Explore a world of sentient androids humanity left behind, find peace in the solitude of manning a tower on a dead planet, discover cultures both alien and familiar, and relish the very real possibility that time itself may not be linear.
From pulp harkening back to the golden age of science fiction to modern technology and hard science, from grand adventures to the confines of the conflict that lies within us all, Cosmic Convocation is your ticket to board the train of human condition across the rails of imagination.
Buckle yourself in and hold on tight. Next stop: The macrocosm.
Featuring stories from:
A.S. Charly * ASCH * Fulvio Gatti * Ivan Richardson * J. Weintraub * Jason Russell * Jeremy Zentner * Lorraine Sharma Nelson * Matt Hollingsworth * P.A. O‘Neil * Rebecca A. Demarest * Richard L. Rubin * Robert Allen Lupton * Shawn M. Klimek * Stephen C. Lawrence * Tom Learmont * Victoria Randall * Vince Morgan * Vincent deDiego Metzo
Please note – the paperback edition features illustrations while the Kindle version is streamlined without.
Jepheth Shinzi, archeologist on the rigid backwater Kaamus star system, discovers a controversial anomaly when scans taken of space match up with 3,000 years worth of cultural mysteries.
Fearing being labeled a traitor to his government, he proceeds to share the findings in confidence before the evidence becomes overwhelming and the situation warrants in-person investigation.
There appears to be an ancient gate in deep space and it’s emitting an energy signal.
The Fallen Shall Rise is part of the 224-Verse continuity but is a complete stand-alone short with no prior knowledge of the characters or settings required for enjoyment.
Redux, Commander of the Freedom Fighters Brigade and reluctant time traveler finds himself tasked with assaulting an advanced enemy’s production facility to destroy their time-altering technology once and for all.
When he and his trusty war robot Floyd get their hands on one of the enemy’s time refining vehicles, the pair set forth upon an impossible mission, becoming entangled within the loops and limitations of time travel, enduring endless battles and death.
What begins as defense of a Moon Colony quickly turns into a high-stakes gambit where the very fate of humanity hangs in the balance.
Trapped within a past he never experienced and facing a future where nothing is certain, the horrors of war extend across all dimensions in this action-packed adventure where doing the right thing often comes with consequences that ripple through time itself.
Eliea Dane is a silicon miner on the rocky world of Pertha. When her live-in boyfriend is arrested for dealing illegal subdermal implants, a chain of events is sprung into motion every bit as rocky as the planet itself.
Cybernetic augmentation is near mythical technology on the streets but, as Eliea soon discovers, presents itself to those who expect it least.
With enhanced mathematical computation abilities beyond her wildest expectations, Eliea finds herself pitted against a ruthless criminal organization known as Dark Orbit in effort to win the freedom of the man she loves.
Brightest at the Bulge is part of the 224-Verse continuity but is a complete stand-alone short with no prior knowledge of the characters or settings required for enjoyment.
Arouna Rouk’s simple life as a civil engineer on the planet Centie is about to take a remarkable turn when Galactic Assembly itself sends a dignitary to personally retrieve her for civic duty. The mission, she’s told in transit, involves a strange phenomenon never before documented in the galaxy’s rich history of colonization – what appears to be a sentinent pond deep underground on an asteroid in the process of being terraformed.
Arouna and a makeshift crew of specialists are rushed in to investigate, but what lies in wait in a cave in the literal middle of nowhere proves far more unique than any of them realize.
Engineered Civility is part of the 224-Verse continuity but is a complete stand-alone short with no prior knowledge of the characters or settings required for enjoyment.
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