Why There are The Contests by Algis Budrys
A Man in the Moon by Dr. Philip Edward Kaldon, Illustrated by William Ruhlig
Bitter Dreams by Ian McHugh, Illustrated by Robert J. Hall Jr.
Taking a Mile by J. Kathleen Cheney, Illustrated by James Galindo
Circulate by L. Ron Hubbard
Crown of Thorns by Sonia Helbig, Illustrated by William Ruhlig
Hangar Queen by Patrick Lundrigan, Illustrated by Robert Castillo
Snakes and Ladders by Paula R. Stiles
Illustrated by Gustavo Bollinger
The Well-Adjusted Writer by Rebecca Moesta
Epiphany by Laura Bradley Rede, Illustrated by Alexandra D. Szweryn
Cruciger by Erin Cashier, Illustrated by Stephen R. Stanley
Circuit by J. D. EveryHope, Illustrated by Brittany J. Jackson
A War Bird in the Belly of the Mouse by David Parish-Whittaker, Illustrated by Sean Kibbe
The Four C's to Success by Cliff Nielsen
Simulacrum's Children by Sarah L. Edwards, Illustrated by Kyle Phillips
The Bird Reader's Daughter by Kim A. Gillett, Illustrated by Ilya Shkipin
The Girl Who Whispered Beauty by Al Bogdan, Illustrated by Stephen Knox
Paperback, 503 pages
Behold . . .
Meet Viviana Fuentes. She's dead. But her facsimile lives on . . .
Etelka, the house whisper-girl, is a breath of fresh air, magical, mysterious and a little bit dangerous.
The night the circus freaks ran riot won't end until Marizella, the sword swallower's daughter, gets her magic knife back.
Journey . . .
Every man, woman and child on Earth has fallen victim to the plague.
A Planet Builder, launched into deep space, is on a mission to recreate the human race.
Earth is scorching hot, cities turned to deserts. The price of survival is brutally high and terrible choices must be made in the name of the greater good.
Pay the price of admission and you can climb into the cockpit and play dogfight to your heart's content. . . . But beware.
Explore . . .
Get to know GN 722 . . . affectionately known as Gina. She's the bomb. . . .
Hungry nightmares are eager to take flesh-and-blood form and devour all in their path.
Seeing into the future isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially if all you see is betrayal, greed, lust and war. . . .
Discover . . .
All knowledge, history and literature are strictly controlled, but one book could change all that.
He is their world. He is their universe. He is their god. He is Owen, and they are the nano-organisms saving him from certain death.
What happens if you create a machine with a heart and mind of its own?
These are just some of the adventures that await...