TOC Reveal!

Table of Contents for Derelict, coming in June from Zombies Need Brains

“Symbiote” by Kristine Smith
“The Wreck of the Sarah Mohr” by D.B. Jackson
“The Tempest in Space” by Griffin Ayaz Tyree
“Playing Possum” by Andrija Popovic
“Standing Orders” by Sharon Lee & Steve Miller
“Time, Yet” by Gerald Brandt
“Flight Plans Through the Dust of Dreams” by Kit Harding
“Saving Sallie Ruth” by Gini Koch writing as Anita Ensal
“Methuselah” by Jacey Bedford
“Celestial Object 143205” by Mark D. Jacobsen
“Mercy for the Lost” by Jana Paniccia
“When the Star Fell and the Levee Broke” by Alex Bledsoe
“Derelict of Duty” by Chaz Brenchley
“Two Ruins Make a Beginning” by R.Z. Held
“Orpheus” by Jack Campbell
“Decay in Five Stages” by Julie E. Czerneda

DERELICT: A ship lost with all hands on icy Titan. A dying woman’s soul linked with the fate of an interstellar vessel. A wrecked oil tanker possessed by the ruin-demon who grounded her. A haunted space cruiser of legend again terrorizing those who travel among the stars. A pirate-ravaged frigate concealing magical secrets that can doom the wicked, or redeem the worthy. An inexplicably empty cruiser arriving at a space station amid the panic of a system-wide pandemic.

There is an allure to the ghost ship, the once-proud voyaging craft now abandoned to the void of space or the depths of the sea. In Derelict, speculative fiction authors Jacey Bedford, Alex Bledsoe, Gerald Brandt, Chaz Brenchley, Jack Campbell, Julie Czernada, Anita Ensal, Kit Harding, R. Z. Held, D.B. Jackson, Mark D. Jacobsen, Sharon Lee and Steve Miller, Jana Paniccia, Andrija Popovic, Kristine Smith, and Griffin Ayaz Tyree offer their tales of the lost vessel. So climb aboard if you dare, and prepare for a reading adventure that will unnerve and inspire and transport you beyond distant horizons.

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One thought on “TOC Reveal!”

  1. Kristine Smith! I hadn’t heard of her in a while, though of course that’s my own fault. I have read the Jani Kilian series several times now, and it has held up to the scrutiny quite well.

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