We’re pleased to announce the final table of contents for the second volume of Fiction River.
For this volume we invited guest editor John Helfers because he’s a great writer and an innovative editor. He has very high standards for the fiction he chooses.
In How to Save the World, you’ll find stories that propose a real solution to a current social, economic, philosophical, or survival issue in the world today, or in the future.
How to Save the World will be released around June 15. Here’s the list of contributors and their stories:
The Gathering by David Gerrold
Positive Message by William H. Keith
The Legend of Parker Clark and Lois Jane by Ron Collins
Your Name Here by Laura Resnick
Flight of Little Bird by Stephanie Writt
Staying Afloat by Angela Penrose
The Shape of a Name by Annie Reed
Neighborhoods by Dean Wesley Smith
Heaven Backwards by Lisa Silverthorne
Earth Day by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Deus Ex Machina by Travis Heermann
We’re pleased to have them in the volume. If you want to subscribe, you can do so here. Watch this space to keep up with what else is happening at Fiction River.
If you missed the first volume of Fiction River, called Unnatural Worlds, it is now available from your local bookseller, Amazon, B&N, iTunes, Kobo, Smashwords and as an audiobook.