Industrialist Simeon Krug’s dream is to contact the source of an alien code broadcast to Earth, building his communications tower on the backs of android servitors yearning for their freedom.
When the Japanese scientists who’ve developed a prognostication device set their machine to track an individual, they uncover the greatest scientific conspiracy of their age.
Avice Benner Cho returns to Embassytown, home of the enigmatic Hosts and soon to be a flashpoint as cultures, factions, and even languages come into conflict.
In the face of a looming eco-apocalypse, a small band of survivalist scientists turn to cloning to preserve the human race. The clones, of course, have other goals in mind.
Abelard Lindsay, disgraced Shaper diplomat, sets out on a grand tour of the posthuman solar system, showcasing some extreme changes in our far-flung future.
Forty-thousand conditioned clones and humans abandoned on the colony world of Gehenna develop their own culture and civilization with the planet’s natives.
A sleepy English village is turned upside-down when a one-day blackout leads to a deluge of pregnancies—all of the children blonde, golden-eyed, and full of sinister power…
A collection of one short novel and four novellas/novelets, showcasing some of C.L. Moore’s best solo science fiction offerings from the late ’40s and early ’50s.
Data pirate is caught up in galaxy-spanning intrigue, with multiple factions seeking to control the primitive plant of his birth. The key is a woman with unforeseen powers.
A mutant, alien Orpheus sets out to reclaim his dead Eurydice, with the aid of a musical machete, Jean Harlow, and a Christ-allegory. No, really, this is serious SF.
In the future, invading reptilians capture and genetically modify humans. In return, the humans capture and breed their own form of “dragons.”