Anywhere but Earth



Anywhere but Earth Award winning independent Australian press coeur de lion publishing presents twenty-nine all new science fiction stories of humanity’s adventures out there, anywhere but Earth, featuring original works by Margo Lanagan, Sean McMullen, Richard Harland, and Kim Westwood among a galaxy of new and established Australian and overseas speculative fiction authors. 728 pages. Best Read Anywhere but Earth [ author ] Keith Stevenson [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 728 pages
  • Anywhere but Earth
  • Keith Stevenson
  • English
  • 19 September 2018

10 thoughts on “Anywhere but Earth

  1. Thoraiya says:

    Let me start off by saying that this book is not small Like X6 , this latest anthology is in stark contrast to the svelte offerings of Twelfth Planet Press Anywhere But Earth is a hearty meal to be digested slowly over days weeks months.So take your time, and enjoy The stories are diverse and consistently top notch Like last year s Sprawl and this year s ASIM 51 , none of the stories stand out as an obvious cull, and the potential for my least favourite to be someone else s outstand Let me start off by saying that this book is not small Like X6 , this latest anthology is in stark contrast to the svelte offerings of Twelfth Planet Press Anywhere But Earth is a hearty meal to be digested slowly over days weeks months.So take your time, and enjoy The stories are diverse and consistently top notch Like last year s Sprawl and this year s ASIM 51 , none of the stories stand out as an obvious cull, and the potential for my least favourite to be someone else s outstanding story of the year is obvious Bonus The type is not migraine inducingly small Bless you, Coeur de Lion So what were my favourites Out of 29, there were 5 that made me huggle the book in sheer delight.In Alan Baxter s Unexpected Launch, a ...

  2. Dave Versace says:

    The first thing to say about the Anywhere but Earth anthology from Coeur de Lion Publishing is that it s a pretty damn thick slab of stories, over 700 pages in paperback form There are 29 stories, most of them short but at least a few straying up into novellete territory, and most of them by Australian authors As is the style of the times, it seems, this hefty collection of science fiction is a themed anthology The title will give you the gist these are all stories set far from the human ho The first thing to say about the Anywhere but Earth anthology from Coeur de Lion Publishing is that it s a pretty damn thick slab of stories, over 700 pages in paperback form There are 29 stories, most of them short but at least a few straying up into novellete territory, and most of them by Australian authors As is the style of the times, it seems, this hefty collection of science fiction is a themed anthology The title will give you the gist these are all stories set far from the human homeworld In many cases it s not mentioned at all, and a handful don t deal with recognisably human characters at all.Unusually in my experience for a book like this, editor Keith Stevenson has not elected to insert himself in the work with an introductory foreword or in fact with commentary of any kind What you get for your money which is incredibly good value by the way are the stories and short author bios and nothing else...

  3. Alan Baxter says:

    This is a contrib copy for me, as it features my story, Unexpected Launch However, mine is only one of 29 stories in this 728 page epic tome of a sci fi anthology I think this book will go down as a must read in modern science fiction The scope of the stories and the talent of the contributing authors is astounding It really is a fantastic array of ideas and style If you re a sci fi fan, you ll dig this book If you re not, it s a great place to start And if you know someone who says they This is a contrib copy for me, as it features my story, Unexpected Launch However, mine is only one of 29 stories in this 728 page epic tome of a sci fi anthology I think this book will go down as a must read in modern science fiction The scope of the stories and the talent of the contributing authors is astounding It really is a fantastic array of ideas and style If you re a sci fi fan, you ll dig this book If you re not, it s a great place to start And if you know someone who says they don t like sci fi and you want to try to convert them...

  4. Rick Keuning says:

    This anthology is full of firsts for me It was first lunched at my first spec fic event just after I d written my first short story It s also the first science fiction I bought on my Kindle With all these first, I m glad to report that it is a first rate book.It s also a big book, its physical size really stood out when I first saw it I m actually glad I was able to buy it on Kindle Its size is because there are a lot of stories, 27 in all With so many stories I d expected to find some sto This anthology is full of firsts for me It was first lunched at my first spec fic event just after I d written my first short story It s also the first science fiction I bought on my Kindle With all these first, I m glad to report that it is a first rate book.It s also a big book, its physical size really stood out when I first saw it I m actually glad I was able to buy it on Kindle Its size is because there are a lot of stories, 27 in all With so many stories I d expected to find some stories that I didn t like, but I didn t There were some stories I thought I wasn t going to like for example, a story that started with a single nude man on a beach and a love story with a time twist There were some stories I would have disliked if they weren t so well written for example, a story with an almost two clever twist and an intergalactic sex parasite However, ...

  5. Nathan says:

    This is a very impressive collection packed with short stories that are set quite literally anywhere but Earth It s rare to come across an anthology with no weak links, especially one that s so long, but I think Stevenson has managed to achieve this feat.My favourite s...

  6. D.M. Cornish says:

    Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant It truly is like a wild tour of the voids beyond our own small ambit, all manner of visions of the future of our species, in an invigorating array of styles and approaches.I have had a reading drought for the lon...

  7. Mark Webb says:

    At the recent NSW Writer s Centre Speculative Fiction Festival I attended the launch of this 29 story anthology produced by Coeur de Lion and edited by Keith Stevenson As the name implies, Anywhere But Earth has stories based on mostly human exploration and colonisation of the galaxy, with the only common theme that the stories are not set on Earth.There are a range of authors, with a heavy weighting towards the antipodes There seems to be reasonable gender balance in the stories, not quite 40 At the recent NSW Writer s Centre Speculative Fiction Festival I attended the launch of this 29 story anthology produced by Coeur de Lion and edited by Keith Stevenson As the name implies, Anywhere But Earth has stories based on mostly human exploration and colonisation of the galaxy, with the only common theme that the stories are not set on Earth.There are a range of authors, with a heavy weighting towards the antipodes There seems to be reasonable gender balance in the stories, not quite 40% women authors by my count which isn t world s best but still a lot better than many anthologies Each story has a little author bio attached it did feel like a diverse range of authors had been included.Can I get out of the way early that I loved the stories contained within this book At the launch, my appetite had been whetted by three strong readings by Richard Harland from An Exhibition of the Plague a great story about a v...

  8. Katharine (Ventureadlaxre) says:

    Katharine is a judge for the Aurealis Awards This review is the personal opinion of Katharine herself, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of any judging panel, the judging coordinator or the Aurealis Awards management...

  9. Michele says:

    Beautiful by Cat Sparks 4 stars very goodMaia Blue is Going Home Liz Argall, 4.0 stars Argh Frustratingly showing all signs of potential greatness Strange, cool idea but needscoherence so readers can understand the ideas.

  10. Tatiana says:

    Yon Horned Moon by Margo Lanagan super weird and erotic

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